Out & About

| 14 Mar 2016 | 12:12

    Thu 17

    Ending the EpidemicRiverside Clinic, 160 West 100th St.

    6:30 p.m. Free.

    Learn about the city Health Department’s Riverside Clinic and the strategy to end the HIV epidemic. Tours of the clinic will be offered after the discussion.

    877-384-8191. Questions to ete@health.nyc.gov.

    Oren Fader and Jessica BowersSocial Hall at the New York Society of Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th St.

    7:30 p.m. Suggested $20; members, $10

    The musical duo Jessica Bowers and Oren Fader present songs in a variety of genres and across three different types of guitars; classical, electric and steel string acoustic.

    212-874-5210. www.nysec.org/calendar-date_nysec.

    Fri 18

    Formulae ConcertDavid Greer Recital Hall at the Bloomingdale School of Music, 323 West 108th St.

    7-9 p.m. Free.

    A selection of music by 20th and 21st century composers, centered around Christoph Herndler’s work Wetter und Zeit, whose score first appears to be visual art.

    ZCO/DanceProject’s ProgressionLeonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway.

    8 p.m. $20.

    ZCO/DANCEPROJECT presents the inaugural performance of ‘Progression,’ a dance show that encourages the integration and inclusion of people with disabilities in dance and society.

    212-864-5400. www.symphonyspace.org/events.

    Sat 19

    “Suffragette’St. Agnes Library, 444 Amsterdam Ave.

    2 p.m. Free.

    Carey Mulligan stars as a working-class laundress in 19th century London who becomes inspired by a brave group of women she meets who are organizing a movement for their right to vote.

    212-621-0619. www.nypl.org/locations/st-agnes

    ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’Bruno Walter Auditorium at New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza.

    2:30 p.m. Free.

    Pianist/composer Max Lifchitz performs Russian composer Mussorgsky’s suite as well as his own composition, “Piano Silhouttes,” inspired by pictures of artist Elisabeth Condon.

    212-642-0142. www.nypl/locations/lpa.

    Sun 20

    ‘Vashti! The Musical’Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center, 129 West 67th St.

    11 a.m. $20.

    The Kaufman Music Center’s Poppy Seed Players, a group of Kaufman Kids, present this new Purim “prequel,” a fresh, funny take on one of the world’s oldest stories.

    212-501-3330. www.kaufmanmusiccenter.org/mch/calendar/

    Broadway Scores for P.S. 84Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway.

    7:30 p.m. $62; VIP, $82.

    A group of talented performers and musicians bring their talents to the 6th Annual P.S 84 Cabaret, a fundraiser for the Lillian Weber School of Arts. 212-864-5400. www.symphonyspace.org/events.

    Mon 21

    SNAP/Food stamp clinics Gale Brewer’s Northern Manhattan Office, 431 West 125th Street.

    10 a.m.- 5 p.m.

    The Manhattan borough president is working with the West Side Campaign Against Hunger to make SNAP benefits, (formerly known as food stamps,) easier to obtain. There will be a screening and re-certification clinic for applicants and recipients; participants should bring relevant documents.


    Northern Welcome TourInside Central Park at 106th Street and Fifth Avenue

    11a.m.- 12p.m. Free.

    Central Park Conservancy guides give an introduction to the park’s northern highlights, including the Conservatory Garden, the North Woods and the Harlem Meer.


    Tue 22

    An Evening with Barry Lewis: ModernismThe Robert H. Smith Auditorium at the New York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West.

    6:30 p.m. $44; members, $32.

    Lewis, an architectural historian who teaches at Cooper Union Forum, will discuss New York’s classic 1950s and 60s architecture and the daring work in the 1920s that inspired the period.

    212-485-9268. www.nyhistory.org/programs/upcoming-public-programs.

    Harlan Coben in Conversation with Lee ChildBarnes & Noble, 2289 Broadway.

    7 p.m. Free.

    Coben writes another masterful thriller about former special ops pilot Maya who sees her deceased husband Joe playing with her 2-year-old daughter. Can you believe everything you see with your own eyes, even when you desperately want to?

    212-362-8835. stores.barnesandnoble.com/events.

    Wed 23

    ‘Romeo & Juliet’LPA Café at the New York Library of the Performing Arts, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza.

    7 p.m. Free.

    Inspired by Joseph Papp, who began Mobile Shakespeare in 1957 and his idea that Shakespeare belongs to everyone, the Mobile Shakespeare Unit will present a special performance of Romeo and Juliet as well as a pop-up exhibition of early Mobile Shakespeare artifacts. A stand by line will form at 111 Amsterdam Ave at 6 p.m.

    917-275-6975. www.nypl/locations/lpa.

    Julliard Dances RepertoryPeter Jay Sharp Theater at Columbia University, 60 Lincoln Center Plaza.

    7:30 p.m. $30; non Julliard students $15; Free for Julliard students and staff

    Julliard dancers perform pieces by acclaimed choreographers, featuring Juilliard alumnus choreographer Paul Taylor’s Roses, followed by Jiri Kylián’s Symphony of Psalms.

    212-799-5000. events.julliard.edu.