Out & About

| 25 Jan 2017 | 03:14

    Thu 26

    ‘Babel’ ▲Theatre at 14th St. Y, 344 East 14th St.

    7:30 p.m. $15-$70

    A spectacle that reinvents one of the oldest stories in the world, interpreted by Acrobatic Dance Theater. Through Feb. 5.

    212-780-0800. 14streety.org/babel

    Queernucopia ComedyThe Unicorn, 105 Henry St.

    7:30-9 p.m.

    Featuring a hilarious lineup, including an Orthodox Jewish transsexual, a recovering Catholic and others.

    917-450-4178. queernucopiacomedy.com

    Fri 27

    Holocaust RemembranceLeslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, 26 Wooster St.

    6-8 p.m.

    ‘Triangles,’ performance-installation by Ann P. Meredith to honor lives, persecution, and deaths of people forced to wear triangles during Holocaust.

    212-431-2609. leslielohman.org

    Overnight SoundGolden Bridge Yoga, 253 Centre St.

    9 p.m.-7 a.m. $100

    Start with intention circle and meditation. Then, deeply rest within overnight sound bath that will include breaks of silence.

    212-343-8191. nyc.goldenbridgeyoga.com

    Sat 28

    ‘Love for Sale’SoHo Playhouse, 15 Vandam St.

    8-10 p.m. $40

    A naive American songstress turns up in a Parisian café to escape the Depression and make her name. but other things are in store in the City of Light.

    212-691-1555. sohoplayhouse.com

    Firecracker ceremonySara D. Roosevelt Park, at Grand & Chrystie Streets

    11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Free

    The Chinese Lunar New Year Day event features a spectacular firecracker show, musical performances, dance and more.


    Sun 29

    Bettye LaVette ▲City Winery, 155 Varick St.

    8-10 p.m. $35-$50

    The American soul singer-songwriter’s 71st birthday bash and all-request show — requests to be submitted by pre-paid ticket purchasers.

    212-608-0555. citywinery.com

    Chinese TheaterChinese Consolidated Benevolent Assoc., 62 Mott St.

    3-5 p.m. Free

    New York Chinese Community Theater presents these programs: ‘The West Lake’; ‘Picking Up the Jade Bracelet’ and ‘The Sword Dance.’

    212-226-6280. caacarts.org

    Mon 30

    ‘New Catastrophe’Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, 126 Crosby St.

    7-8:30 p.m.

    Mike Scalise launches his award-winning memoir ‘The Brand New Catastrophe’ in conversation with celebrated novelist Kaitlyn Greenidge.

    212-334-3324. housingworks.org

    Wake Up to JoyCoco-Mat USA, 49 Mercer St.

    6-8 p.m. $30, pre-register.

    Evening of fun and traditional cutting of the Vassilopita; Agapi Stassinopoulos shares secrets to living life with joy and guided meditation.

    212-431-2626. coco-mat.com

    Tue 31

    ‘Snack’ & ‘Walker Adams’Pianos, 158 Ludlow St.

    7-9 p.m. Free.

    Horseduck fans, get ready for a ride on a horseduck that quacks and gallops, with the band Snack following.

    212-505-3733. pianosnyc.com

    Taiko DrummingPS 134 Elementary School, 293 East Broadway.

    3-4:30 p.m. Free.

    Learn ancient form of Japanese drumming; with its origins in Shinto traditions, Taiko drumming is viewed as a spiritual art. Open to all ages.

    212-674-6032. omnytaiko.org

    Wed 1

    Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ ▼Tompkins Square Library, 331 East 10th St.

    6 p.m. Free.

    1963 thriller starring Rod Taylor and Tippi Hedren; wealthy socialite pursues potential boyfriend to small town, when birds begin to attack people.

    212-228-4747. nypl.org

    250 YearsSt. Paul’s Chapel, 209 Broadway.

    6:30 p.m. Free.

    John Butler, professor emeritus of American studies, history, and religious Studies at Yale University gives a lecture entitled “Gotham, Religion, and the Fright of Modernity: 1880-1960.”

    212-602-0800. trinitywallstreet.org