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TODAY: RICHARD HELL, QESTLOVE AFTER-PARTY, PAUL FARMER + JEFFREY SACHS

around town today

free opening reception: >>

'round zero' group show with after-party featuring an open beer bar and questlove + dj tony touch @ art director's club >>

10am-6pm (thru 10/13): exhibition 'a beautiful way to go: new york's green-wood cemetery' opens at mcny, $10 suggested admission >>

6, 7:30pm (thru 5/19): the third annual art of brooklyn film festival showcases emerging filmmakers who are brooklyn-born, brooklyn-based and brooklyn-centric. st. francis and st. joseph's college theaters, $10-15, $50 pass. >>

6:30pm: glutenfreegirl.com's shauna ahern talks about her new cookbook, gluten-free girl every day. posman books, free >>

6:30pm: no joy and heaven play mercury lounge, $12 >>

7pm: what's the future of food blogging? panelists faith durand (the kitchn), amanda hesser + merrill stubbs (food52), and jenny rosenstrach (dinner: a love story) discuss. 92ytribeca, $15. >>

7pm: macarthur 'genius award' recipient/author paul farmer talks with columbia university's earth institute director/author jeffrey sachs (the end of poverty) about his new book, to repair the world. b+n union square, free. >>

7pm: influential punker richard hell (television) discusses his new memoir, i dreamed i was a very clean tramp, at book court, free >>

7pm: musician davic nod presents a new work using the reactable electronic instrument with audience participation. harvestworks, free. >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show: beth hoyt and trish nelson's 'big effing deal' comedy/variety show features jordan carlos, erin markey, ben kronberg, more. bonus: 2-4-1 happy hour drinks until 8pm. 2a (upstairs), free. >>

7:30pm (+ 5/28): bam's 'science on the screen' film series explores the connections between hollywood, fantasy and real science. tonight: shane carruth's 2004 debut primer with post-screening discussion with astrophysicist charles liu. bamcinématek, $13. >>

8pm: 'my diamond shoes are too tight': a discussion of fame with artists jd samson, josh harris, ann hirsch and nathaniel sullivan. flux factory gallery, free. >>

8pm: the 'big terrific' comedy show at cameo features host max silvestri and guests tba. free. >>

8pm (thru 5/18): choreographer aynsley vanderbroucke presents 35 1/2 at the chocolate factory, $15 >>

8pm: trashy car/motorcycle flick series cine meccanica screens 1968 elvis presley music vehichle (ha ha) speedway, co-starring nancy sinatra and bill bixby. free popcorn, $2 bingo for prizes, bbq available for purchase. lady jay’s (williamsburg), free admission. >>

8:30pm doors, 9pm show: tonight at the 'hot soup' comedy show: ted alexandro, mike drucker, joe zimmerman, and zach sims. bonus: rsvp with 4 or more people and y'all get a free drink each. ella lounge, free (rsvp). >>

9pm: comedian nick turner brings acquaintances kevin allison, robert kelly, damien lemon, and others to union hall, $8 >>

10:30pm: har mar superstarm the young things and nightbox play lpr, $15 >>



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Crazytown: My First Psychopath returns to Actors Theatre Workshop

Real-life therapist Jude Treder-Wolff's comic take - and true story - about getting a reality check by way of an encounter with a deceptive, dangerous individual. It’s amazing how authentic a completely fake person can be.

55% funnier than any other show with the word "psychopath" in the the title, according to research we just made up. Songs co-written with Wells Hanley.

Selected for the 2013 Midtown International Theatre Festival. Official choice of the 2012 Chicago and San Francisco Fringe Festivals.

Produced by Lifestage, Inc.

Actors Theatre Workshop
145 W. 28th St., Third Floor
New York, NY 10001
Tickets: $12 buy online at smarttix.com or by phone at 212-868-4444.
Website: www.lifestage.org



coming up

5/16 5:30pm: filmmakers richard linklater, julie delpy and ethan hawke come to apple soho to discuss their new film, before midnight, the follow up to before sunrise and before sunset. free. (also see 8pm @ fslc tonight) >>

5/16 7pm: writer/cartographer becky cooper discusses her latest project, mapping manhattan: a love (and sometimes hate) story in maps by 75 new yorkers. bonus: free manhattan cocktails and an opportunity to make your own map! powerhouse arena, free. >>

5/16 7pm: laugh track: unconventional comedy careers in the internet age: three well-known comedians, julie klausner, chris gethard and dave hill, discuss their career paths and how they made a name for themselves. housing works, free. >>

5/16 7pm (+ 5/23): the annual celebrate brooklyn! dance parties return to brooklyn bridge park's pier 1. expect bands, djs, dance lessons, food trucks, more. tonight: an afro-cuban dance party with the pedrito martinez group and dj nickodemus. rain or shine. free admission. >>

5/16 7pm: brooklyn museum's audiophile concert series hosts emerging brooklyn musicians. tonight: midnight magic and teengirl fantasy. free with $12 sugg. museum admission. >>

5/16 7-10pm: got something you need fixed? bring it and $5 to the monthly fixers collective session at proteus gowanus. wnyc's $9.99 and under with dave evans will be filming. >>

5/16 7:30pm doors, 8pm show: syndicated columnist mark bazer hosts the brooklyn version of chicago's 'the interview show', a talk show featuring guests kathleen hanna (bikini kill, le tigre), the new yorker tv critic emily nussbaum, author sam lipsyte (the ask, the fun parts), and music from chris mills. union hall, $8. >>

5/16 8pm: the film society of lincoln center kicks off the new 'summer talks' series of filmmakers and actors discussing recent projects. tonight: richard linklater, julie delpy and ethan hawke (before midnight) chat with film comment's phillip lopate. free tickets will be available one hour prior to show time. >>

5/16 8pm (thru 5/19): the second annual queens new music festival features four days of musical and dance performances from musicians, dancers and composers living and creating music in the borough. the secret theatre (lic), $20/performance, $30/day pass, $50/4 days. >>

5/16 9pm: cnn's margaret hoover moderates 'entering the fast future: a conversation about millennials who are changing our world' with model/designer lauren bush lauren and writer david burstein. 92ytribeca, $15. >>

5/16 9pm: jen goma (people get ready/a sunny day in glasgow) and catherine beefheart spin the tunes at night of joy's 'major arcana'. bonus: reyka vodka open bar 10-10:30pm. free admission. >>

5/16-25: eyebeam presents exhibitons, screenings and moving image art during the annual video_dumbo festival. $5 screening, $10 day, $20 pass. >>

5/17 11:30-6pm: get a behind-the-scenes look at nyc’s tech companies during walkaboutnyc. free (rsvp). >>

5/30 9:50pm: joss wjedon introduces a screening of his cinematic conclusion to his short-lived tv series firefly, serenity. bamcinématek, $13. >>


sales, deals, freebies

today + 5/22: get a free key lime doughnut at penn station's krispy kreme when you check in on foursquare >>

thru 5/17: racked points out three indie sample sales worth checking out, including possible $10 cheap monday jeans at the news showroom sale tomorrow >>

thru 5/17: take 20% off your order at the beauty.com friends + family sale >>

free mp3s: 15-track ato records sampler: stars, caitlin rose, alabma shakes, the bronx, more >>


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