Cucina Di Pesce is celebrating 25 years of serving super comforting, home-style Italian fare to the denizens of the East Village.
Food ‘n’ Festivities. No BS. is stopping by this evening to capture our 25th Year Celebration. Last chance to enjoy our 1990s menu and prices!
Drop in to catch some fun and great food, most of all, the valuable history!
87 East 4th Street NYC 10003
Saturday, September 22, 2012
In the heart of the East 4th Street Cultural District, experience the very best in Lower East Side arts & culture at the FAB! Festival. FABnyc brings together a wide selection of FREE performances by local artists, as well as diverse selection of performances and activities from FABnyc’s partners throughout New York City. With multiple indoor and outdoor stages showcasing dance, theater, & music, local artisans and gourmet food vendors, art installations, hands-on activities for families, as well as workshops for professionals and amateurs, all packed into one city block, the FAB! Festival presents new and exciting experiences for residents citywide.
It’s A Wonderful Life
~ ActAlong ~
Every year, Metropolitan invites its friends and supporters to a reading of Frank Capra’s sentimental favorite,
“It’s A Wonderful Life.”
With sound and costume and holiday fare, it is our favorite way to ring in the season.
Better yet, you do the reading! Everyone who comes is welcome to draw lots for a part, and away we go. Feel free to watch the play as well.
George! Mary! Burt! Ernie! Mr. Potter! Clarence! YOU!
Sunday, December 18, 2011
3:30pm Holiday Cheer
4:00pm Parts Chosen and Reading Begins
Metropolitan Playhouse 220A East 4th Street, NYC 10003
$5 donation suggested.
Voice 4 Vision Puppet Festival at Theater for the New City presents “Little Red Riding Hood” in East Village from December 10-18, 2011
Theater for the New City Presents “Little Red Riding Hood”
1pm on Saturdays and Sundays between December 10, 2011 through December 18, 2011
Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave. (at E. 10th St.) NYC 10003
Part of the Voice 4 Vision Puppet Festival
Length: 1 hr 00 mins
Admission: Adult for $10 and Children for $7
Seating: General Admission
You choose your seats when you get to the theater.
Little Red is sent into the big woods to deliver a basket of goodies to her sick Grandmother, but is hounded by a hungry wolf who wants the basket for himself. Will Little Red be able to outsmart the wolf and save her Grandmother?
Great for ages 5-9 years!
Add A Puppet Making Workshop to your Theater Outing!
For an Additional charge of $3.00 per child you can make your own puppet before the show. Add the workshop to your show ticket. Space is limited to 15 children with a parent or guardian.
Available only on Saturdays and Sundays at 12:00 PM-12:45 PM
DJ Rekha presents “Bollywood Disco Xmas” with Rajstar and DJ Rekha at Le Poisson Rouge on Christmas Day at 10pm
DJ Rekha presents Bollywood Disco Xmas!
Doors Open: 10:00 PM (Happy Hour from 10pm-11pm)
Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleeker Street NYC Tel)212-505-FISH
Bollywood Disco – retro filmi classics, eclectic disco grooves. DJ Rekha digs through her digital and actual crates, spinning a range of filmi songs from retro tunes to the latest dance floor hits and everything in between.
Bol•ly•wood, n. [Humorous blend of the names of Bombay and Hollywood.]
1. The Indian film industry, based in Bombay; Bombay regarded as the base of this industry.
Bollywood is shorthand for the Hindi-language film industry centered in Mumbai (formerly Bombay), India. It is the world’s largest, yearly churning out hundreds of 3-hour musical epics that also drive South Asia’s pop music industry. To the current generation of South Asian club-goers, Bollywood is synonymous with the 1970s golden age of masala films. This decade produced blockbusters like Don and Sholay (which still holds the record for most-viewed film ever made) not to mention “some of the fattest funk tunes that ever pimp-rolled their way down Music Street, Bombay.”
Recently, Bollywood has lit up the cultural radar of the west, resulting in extensive press coverage, references in films like Moulin Rouge and Ghost World, and the nomination of Lagaan for best foreign film Oscar. Not surprisingly, classic Bollywood soundtracks from the 70s have been the focus of no less than 5 compilations in the past few years. (However, with the exception of Outcaste Records comp Bollywood Funk, these have been mostly compiled by and for outsiders to South Asian culture and often provide an uneven view of the genre.) Even the cutting edge of hiphop production has been shaped by the retro Bollywood sound, as producers like Dan the Automator, DJ Shadow, Timbaland and DJ Quik dip into Bollywood’s back-catalog to widen their production palette.
Dis•co n. pl. dis•cos 1. A discotheque.
2. Popular dance music, especially of the late 1970s, characterized by strong repetitive bass rhythms.
In NY the rise of interest in Bollywood coincides with a general resurgence in the sounds of the city’s own musical golden age: the progressive disco associated with legendary clubs like the Loft, the Paradise Garage and Studio 54. In addition to the numerous compilations & re-releases focusing on the producers and DJs of this era, the Garage ethos has inspired a new generation of happenings at clubs like Spa & APT, as well as a new generation of electronic musicians.
Hahn-Bin, Itzhak Perlman’s proudly appointed student, performs his avant-pop classical violin at Joe’s Pub, The Public Theater, on December 13, 2011
“I want to be the Botox for the wrinkles and dents of the human heart,” says the dynamic violinist Hahn-Bin, who has become a revolutionary force for classical music in the two short years following his Carnegie Hall debut. In a genre of his own — one he calls avant-pop classical — the bold young virtuoso’s theatrical performances give rise to his strikingly personal tales about “love, fear, beauty, and terror.” The Seoul-born New Yorker, whose early artistic influences include Pedro Almodóvar, Maria Callas and Liza Minnelli, made his international debut at age 12 at the Grammy Awards in 2000, drawing a standing ovation from the legendary Isaac Stern. His groundbreaking Carnegie performance in October 2009, preceded by a decade of study with the preeminent Itzhak Perlman at The Juilliard School, was lauded by The New York Times as “inspired, innovative and bracing” — but for the Seoul-born New Yorker, it was no time to rest on his laurels.
Hahn-Bin, whose name means ‘the shining star’ in Korean, launched The Renaissance of Classical Music in Spring 2010, an undertaking he calls “an all-encompassing project which aims to bring the quarantined genre into the mainstream pop culture.” The latest installment in The Renaissance of Classical Music is Tilldawn Sunday a “hybrid music theater work where a genderdefying storyline meets a genre-defying musical kaleidoscope,” says Hahn-Bin. Weaving together the music of over 20 composers and set to a narrative written by Hahn-Bin himself, Till Dawn Sunday takes the audience on a voyage through the fullest spectrum of emotions with its four distinct episodes. “Though I’ve always told stories through the violin, the difference with Till Dawn Sunday is that I have now become the drama. I am now the art,” says Hahn-Bin about his new musical odyssey, which features many of the greatest hits in music. Included are classical golden oldies like Saint-Saëns’ Danse Macabre, Elgar’s Salut d’amour, and Monti’s Csárdás, as well as the evocative film scores of Schindler ’s List, The Wizard of Oz, Young Frankenstein, and The Witches of Eastwick. “I have a morbid fascination for those moments in great films where the soundtrack speaks the unspeakable and in turn reveals truths about the character,” HAHN-BIN says. “I have always been a living cinema, and the violin, my soundtrack — but this time around, with Till Dawn Sunday, there are no secrets left untold.”
Joe’s Pub, The Public Theater, 425 LaFayette Street, New York, NY 10003 Price: $20 December 6 & December 13 at 7:30pm Tickets)212-967-7555