Organ ConcertMarble Collegiate Church, 1 West 29th St.
7:30 p.m. $20; students/seniors, $15
Richard Elliott, principal organist of The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, one of the nation’s most renowned musical institutions, gives a concert celebrating the recent installation in the church’s sanctuary of a new pipe organ.
‘Wolf In The River’The Flea Theater, 41 White St.
7 p.m. $20-$80
Adam Rapp explores love and neglect, the challenges of poverty, the dangerous cost of shiftlessness, the simple notion of leaving a place behind, and the value of a girl.
Circle of DanceThe National Museum of the American Indian, 1 Bowling Green
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free.
Circle of Dance is a five-year exhibition that presents Native dance as a vibrant, meaningful, and diverse form of cultural expression
Jayme Stone’s Lomax ProjectBMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, 199 Chambers St.
8 p.m.-9:30 p.m. $15
Two-time Juno-winning banjoist, composer and instigator Jayme Stone makes music inspired by sounds from around the world, bridging folk, jazz and chamber music.
‘The Cat In The Hat’BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, 199 Chambers St.
1:20 p.m.-2:30 p.m. $25
With some tricks (and a fish) and Thing Two and Thing One, with the Cat in The Hat, the fun’s never done! Ages 3 and up.
Ana Gasteyer: I’m HipPace University, 1 Pace Plaza
7:30 p.m.-11:59 p.m. $29-$55
When Ana Gasteyer steps up to the mic, she evokes the swagger of an era when a lady ruled a nightclub and an audience knew they were in for good time.
Charlie Chaplin: Restored Comedy ShortsPace University, 1 Pace Plaza
2 p.m. $12; students, $8
Hilarious and inventive, the four classics on this program find Chaplin working in a department store and in a pawnshop, as a traveling violinist, and going to a spa for his health.
New Families, New TraditionsMuseum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place
10:30 a.m. Free
Join the musical group Yellow Sneaker and their puppet pals for programs that nurture family bonds and bridge connections to Jewish life and traditions.
Joshua Dorman’s American SoilArts Brookfield, 1 New York Plaza
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Free
American Soil is an installation created for the street level windows at One New York Plaza.
‘YouAreNowhere’3-Legged Dog, 80 Greenwich St.
8 p.m. $25; students, $15
OBIE award-winning creator and performer Andrew Schneider’s YOUARENOWHERE is a rapid-fire existential meditation, using physics lecture, pop culture and personal revelation to dissect subjects ranging from quantum mechanics and parallel universes to missed connections and AA recovery steps.
Pier A – Revival and RestorationPier A, 22 Battery Place
1 p.m. Free
Pier A, with iconic 70 foot clock tower, was built in 1886 and housed the city’s Police Harbor Patrol until it went out of use in the 1960s. Battery Park City Authority’s Gwen Dawson, who managed the restoration, will share the story of Pier A’s revitalization.
Fiery Ladies: Radical Women of the Lower East SideSixth Street Community Center, 638 East 6th St.
6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Free
Celebrating Women’s History Month: A panel discussion with Elissa Sampson, Joyce Mendelsohn and Kate Pastor.
Bach at OneTrinity Church, 209 Broadway
Over the past five years, Trinity Wall Street has produced over 200 works of Johann Sebastian Bach. In the spring of 2016, Trinity’s ever-popular Bach at One series will complete the presentation of Bach’s entire monumental output of sacred vocal music.
A Thirst For Chinese WineChina Institute, 100 Washington St.
6 p.m.-8 p.m. $20
This March, China Institute welcomes two individuals taking very different approaches to tackling China’s wine market. Chris Ruffle makes wine in China. Noel Shu makes wine in California for export to China. Hear their stories and taste their wines. 100 Washington Street.