Manhattan Shakespeare ProjectMorningside Park (around 110th Street and Manhattan Avenue)
6-8 p.m. Free
Through personal accounts written by Muslim girls and Shakespeare’s text of “Othello,” Al’ukhraa explores how our opinions of “the other” effect the community as a whole, and how the current political climate of fear is directly impacting our NYC high school girls.
Yoonie Han Performs LisztCathedral Church of Saint John The Divine, Amsterdam Avenue and 112th Street
4 4:15 p.m. Free
The Award-winning pianist plays Franz Liszt’s arrangement of La Marseillaise in a special performance honoring Bastille Day.
A CELEBRATION OF CHARLIE CHAPLIN JASA Club 76, 120 West 76th St.
1 p.m. Free
Conductor Cesare Civetta explores the tumultuous life and times of Charlie Chaplin, once the most famous man in the world.
Mysteries Scavenger HuntNew-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, between 76th and 77th Streets
6-8 p.m. Free with Museum Admission on pay-as-you-wish Friday evenings.
Teams will follow a trail of clues through special exhibitions and answer tricky, humorous questions about the cool stuff you discover, all along a quest to see amazing objects associated with the life and death of Alexander Hamilton.
LE NOZZE DI FIGAROLibrary for the Performing Arts, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza
1:30 p.m. Free
The New York Opera Forum presents a concert version of Mozart’s opera.
NYCity SlickersRiverside Clay Tennis Association, Hudson River at 97th Street.
Bluegrass returns with this high-octane eight-person band fronted by three female vocalists.
Sunday Meeting — Global Ethics InitiativeNew York Society for Ethical Culture 2 West 64th St.
11 a.m. Free
The U.S. Opioid epidemic: an overview
Harlem Meer Performance Festival: Eric FrazierCharles A. Dana Discovery Center, inside Central Park at 110th Street between Lenox and Fifth Avenues
2-4 p.m. Free
Blending the unique sounds of jazz, blues, salsa, R&B, soca and world music, Frazier has achieved international and national acclaim during the past decade.
Spoken Word 101New York Public Library, 150 West 100th St.
6 p.m. Free
A Summer Reading Program for Teens Learn how to find your voice by creating original poetry through writing exercises in a safe space where emotional honesty is encouraged
Small Business Clinic Redeemer Presbyterian Church 50 West 83rd St.
Calling all small business owners. Councilwoman Linda Rosenthal’s office hosts the clinic along with the NYC Department of Small Business Services
To RSVP or for more information, please contact Ned Terrace at email@example.com or 212- 873-0282 x 206.
Animal ChampionsSt. Agnes Library 444 Amsterdam Ave.
2-3 p.m. Free
A hands-on exploration of the animal kingdom that investigates how animals use their different body parts to move! LIVE animals including lizards, turtles, frogs, rabbits, bugs, birds and crabs
‘Crime and Punishment’St. Paul and St. Andrew, United Methodist Church 263 West 86th St.
8 p.m. $23
Director Aleksey Burago and The Russian Arts Theater and Studio continues its 2015-2016 season with Fyodor Dostoevsky’s magnum opus.
Amy Whitaker on ‘Art Thinking’Book Culture 450 Columbus Ave.
7 p.m. Free
Amy Whitaker, an entrepreneur-in-residence at the New Museum Incubator, draws on stories of athletes, managers, writers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and even artists to engage you in the process of “art thinking.”
From the Top of the Wonder Wheel: Wednesday, July 20, 2016 -New York Society For Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th St.
6:30-8 p.m. Registration required: firstname.lastname@example.org, 212-874-5210 X 117
“A Poetic Atheist Historian Maps the World,” moderated by author Jennifer Michael Hecht.