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August Programming at Brooklyn Bridge ParkBrooklyn, NY — Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) and Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy are offering a wide variety of free and low-cost summer programming at Brooklyn Bridge Park that includes movie screenings, music concerts, dance parties, and more!…

The Bad in Each OtherThe Bad in Each Other

Limited Engagement Runs July 24 - August 3, 2024

New York, N.Y. - Alexander Perez’s new two hander The Bad in Each Other is slated to have its New York City Premiere at The Tank in midtown Manhattan this summer. The limited engagement runs for 7 performances between July 24 - August 3. The play previously received a workshop production at Playwrights Horizons during the 2023 Downtown Urban Arts Festival where it was named runner-up for Best Play. The Bad in Each Other is directed by Paula Ali (The Jason Williams Experience/Alvin Ailey). Opening night is July 24.

Madame Morbid’s Trolley ToursMadame Morbid’s Trolley Tours returns to Brooklyn for Spooky Season
Running: August 2024- November, 2024

New York, N.Y. – Learn over 400 years of dark history and true-crimes inside our award winning ghost tour! Travel around Brooklyn inside a Victorian trolley, equipped with velvet curtains, leather tufted seats, chandeliers, and candle sconces. A screen projecting mini-documentaries plays throughout the tour as well, giving the audience an inside look into what things did look like long ago as we pass by their modern-day sites.

Siena The Rise of PaintingFeaturing more than 100 paintings, sculptures, metalworks, and textiles, Siena: The Rise of Painting, 1300–1350 will reunite works by some of the greatest Italian painters of the 14th century

New York, NY (July 18, 2024) — This fall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will open the first major exhibition in the United States focusing on early Sienese painting. Siena: The Rise of Painting, 1300–1350 will examine an exceptional moment at the dawn of the Italian Renaissance and the pivotal role of Sienese artists—including Duccio, Pietro and Ambrogio Lorenzetti, and Simone Martini—in defining Western painting. In the decades leading up to the catastrophic onset of the plague around 1350, Siena was the site of phenomenal artistic innovation and activity.

Sailing Without AhabSunday, July 28, 2024 at 2pm, free admission

New York, N.Y. - Join the South Street Seaport Museum for a free poetry reading, Sailing Without Ahab, on Sunday, July 28, 2024 at 2pm aboard the 1885 tall ship Wavertree located at Pier 16 (Fulton and South Streets).

Latin Food FestivalWith over 70 Vendors and Exciting Performances

New York, NY (July 10) - Get ready, New York! This September, the city is about to be swept off its feet with the largest celebration of Latin cuisine, culture, and community that North America has ever seen. The inaugural New York Latin Food Festival, brought to you by the creative geniuses at MASC Hospitality Group (MHG), is set to light up Pier 76 in Hudson River Park on Fridays, September 13th, 20th, 27th, and October 4th from 4 pm to 10 pm. Mark your calendars because tickets are limited, and this is one fiesta you won’t want to miss.

Talea EnsembleThe Concert Premiere of Suzanne Farrin’s Macabéa at National Sawdust; The Return of Written for Talea and Talea Encores; Talea Ambassadors Champions New Works by Cypriot Composers;
Celebrating the Centennials of Composers Luigi Nono and Pierre Boulez 

New York, NY (July 8, 2024) Talea Ensemble – a group of bold and boundary-breaking musicians, with a mission to champion musical creativity, cultivate curious listeners, and bring visionary new works to life – announces its 2024-2025 season with highlights including the concert premiere of Suzanne Farrin’s Macabéa at National Sawdust, the return of two of Talea’s acclaimed series - Written for Talea and Talea Encores - the continuation of Talea’s new initiative Talea Ambassadors focusing on music from Cyprus, two programs pulling inspiration from the centennials of Luigi Nono and Pierre Boulez yet centering the innovations they inspired in a generation of composers today, and a number of residencies at universities across the country.

Grace AkiNew York, N.Y. (July 9, 2024) - Grace Aki’s solo play To Free a Mockingbird will have a one-night-only benefit performance at New York City’s SOHO PLAYHOUSE on July 22nd, 2024 at 7 pm. Tickets are available via SohoPlayhouse.com. This one-night-only benefit will raise funds for Mockingbird’s upcoming International Edinburgh Fringe Festival run in August.

Hudson River Park - credit_ Hudson River Park TrustRamin Karimloo, Bradley Gibson, Adam and Arielle Jacobs, and 2024 Tony Award Nominee Eden Espinosa will headline the inaugural free concert series

New York, NY (July 9, 2024) — Hudson River Park today announced the lineup for its inaugural Broadway By The Boardwalk series, featuring free performances by Broadway artists for the public to enjoy on summer evenings in an intimate park setting. The series will be held on Mondays at 6:30pm from July 15 to August 5 at Hudson River Park’s Clinton Cove. Broadway by the Boardwalk is funded and supported by Hudson River Park Friends and is part of Hudson River Park’s 2024 season of summer programming, which features hundreds of free and fun music, fitness, environmental and dance events for all ages. The series is produced in partnership with Erich Bergen and 6W Entertainment.

Jaime LozanoNew York, N.Y. (July 8th, 2024) - Jaime Lozano & The Familia are thrilled to announce their highly anticipated return to Lincoln Center with their new show, ¿Bailamos? ("May We Dance?"). This one-night-only performance on Wednesday, July 31, 2024 at 6:00 pm promises to be a spectacular evening of dance and celebration, showcasing Lozano's signature fusion of salsa, cumbia, Mexican sounds, and musical theater.

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