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New York: 5th Annual World Day of Puppetry!

March 21, 2016 at Teatro SEA in New York.


Teatro SEA (Society of the Educational Arts, Inc.) presents

5th Annual World Day of Puppetry
A Celebrity Puppet Red Carpet, Puppet Cabaret and Fiesta, benefitting UNIMA-USA!
Monday, March 21, 2016
7:00 pm
Admission: $10.00
(Tickets will be available at the Box Office)

For information and reservation please call 212.529.1545 or visit www.teatrosea.org

Teatro SEA @ The Clemente
107 Suffolk Street,
(Bet. Delancey & Rivington Streets)
New York, NY 10002
(F Train to Delancey or J, M or Z to Essex)

7:00pm Celebrity Puppet Red Carpet
7:30pm Reception (includes Food + Cash Bar)
8:30pm Puppet Cabaret
(Performances by Great Small Works, Teatro SEA, Chinese Theatre Works, Drama of Works, James Godwin and Spencer Lott!) List in formation.
10:00pm Fiesta

This event is endorsed by The North American Commission of UNIMA and UNIMA-USA.

The WORLD DAY OF PUPPETRY celebrates an art form as old as the beginning of humankind that now thrives on contemporary stages across the globe. Puppetry is a grand and glorious tradition that transcends languages, includes people from all walks of life, and unites the world in a way that is truly unique and powerful.

Puppeteers of America and UNIMA-USA are proud to present this WORLD DAY OF PUPPETRY 2016, taking place all over North America. Events on March 21st and beyond are brought to you by the national organizations, local puppetry guilds, puppetry centers, and by many diverse partner institutions including libraries, museums, and theatrical organizations.

Address: 107 Suffolk St, New York
5th Annual World Day of Puppetry!

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Elmhurst: Bt51 Presents: Premiere Guitarist: GUS G [From Ozzy Ozbourne and Firewind] with special guests!

April 24, 2016 at Blackthorn 51 in Elmhurst.


Blackthorn 51 Presents:
Hard Rock & Heavy Metal Guitar Hero!!
And Century Media Rec Artist:
[Lead Guitarist from OZZY OZBOURNE and FIREWIND!]

With special guests:
And more bands tba and listed soon!!

Doors open at 5.30pm– 1st band at 6pm
GUS G Takes the stage at 11pm!!

18 And up to Enter and 21 and up to drink
[Valid ID is a must for All!]

Get discounted advanced tickets [ only $18 dollars] now online at ticketfly: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1101237

You can also purchase discounted tickets from all local area bands performing on this event. Or you can pay general admission at the door night of show.

Address: 80-12 51st Ave, Elmhurst
Bt51 Presents: Premiere Guitarist: GUS G [From Ozzy Ozbourne and Firewind] with special guests!

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New York: Vinyl Shabbat with Matt Check

March 18, 2016 at 92Y Bronfman Center for Jewish Life in New York.


Join Matt Check, Director of Jewish Education and friends for a musical Shabbat service with a vintage sensibility. Melodies will be traditional, nostolgic as well as new.

Stay with us afterwards for a Shabbat dinner with locally grown food and lively discussion about current topics.

Vinyl Shabbat with Matt Check

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New York: Shabbat Dinner : Project Ivy Tuna

March 04, 2016 at Hunter College Brookdale Campus in New York.


Part of the Shabbat in the Dorms series – join the Hunter Hillel community in celebrating Shabbat with a dinner and a show in the Brookdale Cafeteria. Back by popular demand, the Staten Island based improv group Project Ivy Tuna!

Hot buffet Kosher dinner will feature chicken and vegetarian options.

Address: 425 E 25th St, New York
Shabbat Dinner : Project Ivy Tuna

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New York: The Chemistry of Love: MOURNING, MILITANCY AND THE QUEER RESISTANCE: Short Films by Jim Hubbard and Friends

April 01, 2016 at Filmmakers Co-op in New York.


Suggested Donation: $10


Elegy in the Street
(1989) – 16mm, self-processed, color, silent, 29 min
Exploring the AIDS crisis from both a personal and a political perspective, the film intertwines two main motifs: memories of Roger Jacoby, a filmmaker who died of AIDS, and the development of a mass response to AIDS. The collective response begins with mourning at a candlelight vigil and the deep sadness of the AIDS Quilt and then progresses toward a much more determined reaction by ACT-UP: first, in the Gay Pride March in New York City, then in separate demonstrations that build in militancy — with a corresponding increasingly heavy-handed response by the police — culminating in a demonstration during a baseball game and the thumbs-up sign of a teenager sporting a Silence = Death button.

Two Marches
(1991) – 16mm, self-processed, color, sound, 8 min
In Hubbard’s work, scenes shot at two national gay marches on Washington, DC are juxtaposed to reveal some of the devastating changes in the gay movement from 1979 to 1987, as hope is replaced by frustration and mourning.

The Dance
(1992) – 16mm, self-processed, color, sound, 8 min
An intimate portrait of songwriters, performance artists and lovers Dan Martin and Michael Biello.The Dance explores the interconnectedness of their domestic life, art work and the selfless devotion to a community of artists they helped to create and support. This film uses hand-processed footage to convey the emotional intensity of their lives. The handmade quality of the film imparts a sense of poignancy and brotherly loving in the era of AIDS. Based on “The Dance,” a song about living on in the face of loss, with music by Dan Martin and lyrics by Michael Biello.

Footsteps on the Ceiling
(2013), video, black & white, sound, 6:00 min.
Starring Bette Davis, Anne Baxter and George Sanders with Thelma Ritter, Celeste Holm and Marilyn Monroe

Footsteps on the Ceiling is a meditation on ambition and careerism utilizing altered footage from All About Eve, with a soupçon of reflection on the themes of memory, film within gay culture and video image processing. In the film All About Eve, three plays play a part in the plot: “Aged in Wood” is the play that features Margo Channing (Bette Davis). “Remembrance” is the play that Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) supposedly saw Margo play in San Francisco.

“Footsteps on the Ceiling” is the play for which Eve wins the Sarah Siddons Award Footsteps on the Ceiling (the film) is the third part of the All About Eve triptych and ideally would be shown following the other two films, which are:

Aged in Wood – Roger Jacoby
(1975) self-processed 16mm, sound, 12 min
Three friends – Ondine, Sally Dixon and Stephen Koch – watch All About Eve. The film is shot from the front of a theater and processed so that there is almost no image, mostly what is seen is film grain. The viewers’ comments and snippets of film dialog rise up out of the projector noise. The viewers must decide for themselves what is happening, what it is about and thus the film becomes a meditation on the cinema watching experience.

Remembrance – Jerry Tartaglia
(1990) video, b&w and color, 5 min.
A short remembrance of growing up gay, searching for an identifiable image on the movie screen. This character chose Bette Davis in All About Eve. The film includes clips from Davis’ performance and the narrator’s childhood home movies.

Address: 475 Park Ave S, Fl 6th, New York
The Chemistry of Love: MOURNING, MILITANCY AND THE QUEER RESISTANCE: Short Films by Jim Hubbard and Friends

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Astoria: BBQ, Beer, & Theatre Talk in Astoria!

March 07, 2016 at The Strand Smokehouse in Astoria.


This first Monday we’re meeting at The Strand Smokehouse in Astoria y’all!!! [insert Homer Simpson-esque food grumbling sounds] yummmm They’ve got barrels and barrels of homemade whiskey and brews, and a buffet of awesome smoked bbq!!! We’ll be there with bells on!!! Let’s talk about theatre and our love lives and cheers to beers!!!

Address: 25-27 Broadway, Astoria
BBQ, Beer, & Theatre Talk in Astoria!

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Brooklyn: Wikiburg Studio Sessions

March 03, 2016 at Kinfolk in Brooklyn.


Come into the studio waves and listen to juicy samples grow into flavorful jams all night.

~ soundcloud.com/djjuanyto (HOT 97)
~ soundcloud.com/cannibalclub (Ocean Light Zone)
~ soundcloud.com/daltn (Ocean Light Zone)
~ soundcloud.com/mwillmusic (Pineapple Prestige)
+ very special guests.

A portion of proceeds supports the VH1 Save The Music Foundation to get music education and new instruments in public schools across the country.

Co-hosted by MWill

Address: 90 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
Wikiburg Studio Sessions

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Hudson: Wes Buckley and Lorkin O’Reilly

March 11, 2016 at Spotty Dog Books & Ale in Hudson.


Friday March 11th

Wes Buckley

Wes Buckley is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from New England. He’s got some love songs, some songs about the meaning of life, questing songs, couple tunes about the economy. He likes to finger-pick, he likes to strum, he likes to create down trodden characters that need a hug. A sort of mid-range breathy tenor voice.Yeah, it sounds 70’s songwriter-esque and it sounds a little English too.
By the time Wes Buckley was 17 years he’d been playing music for 10 years, he was a card carrying member of The Church of the Subgenius, had quit his first band to start a new one that would allow fog machines and had had a vision of a giant turquoise eagle that descended from space into his front yard to ask him, what is it?.


Lorkin O’Reilly

“Arriving in Hudson from his native Scotland last year, Lorkin O’Reilly has made a name for himself around the Hudson Valley, headlining his own shows and sharing bills with established artists including Charlie Parr, Simi Stone, and the Stacks. ”
— The Rogovoy Report


Address: 440 Warren St, Hudson
Wes Buckley and Lorkin O

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Queens: The Piano Guys

December 02, 2016 at Kupferberg Center for the Arts in Queens.


Hailing from Utah, The Piano Guys are four dads who became an Internet sensation by way of their immensely successful series of strikingly original self-made music videos. They’ve made over 50 since early 2011, including their hit video, an innovative multi-handed version of One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful” and a gorgeous reinvention of the hit song “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen. It’s the Guys’ highly original blend of classical music with pop that has really been the cause of an Internet phenomenon and has led to over 500 million YouTube views. It is their endearing personalities along with their obvious will to inspire young and old, which keeps the fans coming back for more.

The Piano Guys is presented by AEG Live! and Kupferberg Center for the Arts.

Address: 65-30 Kissena Blvd, Queens
The Piano Guys

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Garden City: Taste of Flight Wine and Food Fest

April 09, 2016 at Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City.


Welcome to the ALL NEW Taste of Flight Wine & Food Fest!

Enjoy sampling wines from around the world along with food samples from some of Long Island’s best cooks, dessert masters, & artisinal food trucks!

Enjoy some CHOCOLATE therapy with your wine as well – dozens of Long Island’s best dessert makers offering samples & sales of their delicious products!

There are Two Ways to Enjoy The Event!

1. Complete Event Access $40 Online / $50 at Door (Wine and Food Sampling)
2. Designated Driver Ticket Only $25! (everything but the wine)

Quantities Are Limited! One Session Only!!
21+ to be admitted, must have photo I.D.

Address: Charles Lindbergh Blvd, Garden City
Taste of Flight Wine and Food Fest

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