See this Lincoln Center play that explores what it means to be a woman who is paid to care. It tells the story of a Jamaican woman whose ambition takes her across space and time.
Morning Fitness at Fort Tryon Park
Join a trainer-led exercise session at the beautifully scenic Fort Tryon Park, where the greenery, sunlight, and morning air will add a breath of fresh air to your workout.
New York International Children's Festival
This children's film festival features animated, live action, documentary, and experimental films from around the world, as well as special programs, parties, and red carpet events.
Half the Picture: A Feminist Look at the Collection
Featuring over 100 works from the Brooklyn Museum collection, this exhibit uses an intersectional feminist lens to highlight art that motivates action on behalf of a political cause.
Full of artwork, artifacts, and stories, this exhibit explores two centuries of ecological change, artistic imagination, and our relationships with the Hudson River and its surroundings.
In preparation for The Armory Show, NYC's premier art fair, there will be an opening party at MoMA. Celebrate with a special live performance, an open bar, and access to select galleries.
Dialogue & Discourse at the Jewish Museum
Hear artists Ross Bleckner and Deborah Kass discuss their work in the context of LGBTQ+ history and Jewish identity. The talk will be moderated by Eric Marcus, host of the "Making Gay History" podcast.
Women's International Film & Arts Festival
WIFF features films and visual and performing artworks created by and about women. See for yourself by attending the weeklong event, which attracts filmmakers, performers, and art lovers from around the world.
Andy Borowitz Live
Comedian and bestselling author Andy Borowitz will bring his satirical news column to BAM. See him live for his hilarious storytelling, conversation, and commentary on what's going on in the world.
Songs From the Spirit
This world-premiere Met performance uniquely blends dance by members of the New York City Ballet and music created by San Quentin State Prison inmates to produce a nuanced view of an exiled population.
A chamber music series that presents beautiful concerts in restaurants, Tertulia will be hosting its next performance at Harding's. Hear the award-winning Aizuri Quartet perform alongside talented oboist James Austin Smith.
For an extraordinary journey through 5,000 years of Chinese civilization, see "Shen Yun" at Lincoln Center. Experience classical Chinese dance, breathtaking costumes, and enchanting orchestral music during the performance.
Live Wire: Fierce and Feminist in Harlem
As part of its Women of the World Festival, the Apollo Theater will present a discussion on the ways women artists, activists, and leaders have influenced Harlem and beyond.
Ink Knows No Borders
Four poets will read from a collection focusing on the experiences of first and second-generation immigrants and refugees. This will be followed by a dialogue with the audience.
Inwood Film Festival
Stop by the Inwood Film Festival, which will celebrate the community by showcasing independent films made by Inwood filmmakers or produced in the neighborhood.
A Night at the Museum
As the lights dim at the Museum of Natural History, you and your family will roam the halls with a flashlight in search of adventures at this one-of-a-kind sleepover.
Black Women’s Film Conference
Offering a space for black women's voices and experiences to be highlighted, the inaugural Black Women's Film Conference at MoMA will include screenings, roundtables, and more.
Learn how to shake, stir, and garnish four cocktails during a class at the New York Distilling Company. In addition to tasting your creations, you'll get to take home a flask of liquor.
Janeane Garofalo Has Guests
Comedy legend Janeane Garofalo will host a night of stand-up featuring a lineup of her own favorite comedians. Head to Littlefield for a hilarious night including Gary Gulman, Bonnie McFarlane, and more.
NPR's Ask Me Another
"Ask Me Another" is a rambunctious radio show that blends trivia and brainteasers with comedy and live music. Take part in a taping as two special guests join in on the fun.
Asia Week Celebration
Celebrate Asia Week at an elegant reception at the Rubin Museum. Network with art specialists and collectors, enjoy cocktails, and take in a collection of Himalayan art.
Yuka C Honda's "No Revenge Necessary"
Composer and director Yuka C Honda will premiere her groundbreaking opera "No Revenge Necessary" at National Sawdust as part of its Pan Asian Sounding festival.
Architectural Digest Design Show
A world of design inspiration awaits at the 18th annual Architectural Digest Design Show. See the work of top global brands and designers at this curated show.
Coffee & Tea Festival
Over 75 exhibitors will introduce you to their finest brews at the Coffee & Tea Festival, taking place at the Brooklyn Expo Center over the course of two days.
The Prison in Twelve Landscapes
Directed by Brett Story, this eye-opening documentary illuminates the ways mass incarceration and the federal prison system affect American life, without ever stepping foot inside a prison.
Head to Gotham Comedy Club for one of the best nights of comedy you can pay for. ComedyJuice will feature a hilarious lineup of comics including Rafinha Bastos, Alex Pavone, and Gibran Saleem.
See Ballet Hispánico's new production, which explores the connections between the Latino and Asian diasporas, touching on issues like migration and assimilation.
One Liner Madness
At the fourth annual "One Liner Madness," 64 comedians will compete in a bracket-style contest. They'll present their best one liners until one comic remains.
Brooklyn Live Arts Celebration
Make your way to restaurant and speakeasy Hell Phone for an all-star lineup of some of New York's best grassroots musicians, poets, and spoken word artists.
NYC Craft Distillers Festival
Sample 60 craft spirits at the NYC Craft Distillers Festival, where a 1920s-style jazz band will set the mood for the unique and immersive speakeasy experience.
Spilling Over: Painting Color in the 1960s
This new exhibit at the Whitney features paintings from the '60s and early '70s that use bold, saturated, and even hallucinatory color to grab and hold the viewer's attention.