fri thru 3/26: five new exhibitions at the center for book arts: from cross-cultural alphabet books to collected diaries to maps of the brooklyn waterfront, peruse the latest installations at the center for book arts (flatiron). free admission (suggested donation). >>

fri thru 3/5: jerry schatzberg: 25th + park exhibition: get a behind-the-scenes look at the 333 park avenue south studio where photographer jerry schatzberg snapped some of his most iconic photos at in the 1960s, including shots of bob dylan, aretha franklin, jimi hendrix, the beatles, the rolling stones, and others. fotografiska museum (flatiron), $26 general, $16 students/seniors. >>

fri thru 1/23 (opens at 12pm): free boba tea: the first 100 customers each day can snag a free boba tea during the grand opening of raccoon cave on bleecker street in greenwich village. social media post required. >>

fri thru sun (+ 1/21-23): thunderbird american indian dancers in concert: theater for the new city (east village) hosts the 47th annual festival of traditional music, dances, and storytelling from native peoples of the northeast, southwest and great plains regions. $15 admission benefits native american scholarship funds. >>

fri 7pm: new york: an illustrated history: documentary filmmakers ric burns and james sanders, creators of the pbs series new york: a documentary film, present the newly expanded edition of the series’ companion book, which gives a portrait of new york at the turn of the 21st century as the city reestablished itself as a cultural capital of the world. in conversation with historian thomas campanella (brooklyn: the once and future city). presented by the national arts club. online, free (donations welcome). >>

fri 8:10pm: italian studies with director and cast q+a: hear from director adam leon after a screening of his latest film, italian studies, starring academy award nominee vanessa kirby as an amnesiac author trying to find her way home on the streets of nyc. ifc center (greenwich village), $17 general, $14 seniors. >>


Two Headed Rep presents
two plays created in response to Hrotsvitha of Gandersheim’s Dulcitius

THE COLLISION and What Came After, or, GUNCH!
By Nadja Leonhard-Hooper
Directed by Lily Riopelle


THE MARTYRDOM of the Holy Virgins Agape, Chionia, and Irena, by Hrotsvitha the Nun of Gandersheim, as told throughout the last millennium by the men, women, scholars, monastics, puppets, and theater companies (like this one) who loved her. Or: DULCITIUS
New text by Amanda Keating
Translation by Lizzie Fox
Directed by Molly Clifford

A mysterious object falls from the sky, bringing death, destruction, and…unsettling changes to a group of pious nuns in Nadja Leonhard-Hooper’s brand new play The Collision and What Came After, or, GUNCH! commissioned specifically to be performed alongside a raucously comedic adaptation of Hrosvitha of Gandersheim’s Dulcitius.

Together, these plays explore how we make meaning from the stories we inherit and how to make new meanings when old stories fail us.

Use code SKINT to snag $15 tickets* (Reg. $25) by January 21
Valid for all performances

Performances: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 7:30; Sat 2:30 & 7:30; Sun 2:30


59E59 Theaters – a quick block from SUBWAY 4/5/6 N/W/R at 59 St.

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sat thru mon: celebrating martin luther king, jr. day in new york city: the new york times and amny highlight service opportunities, family activities, exhibitions, concerts, and virtual performances honoring the civil rights leader’s life and legacy. free and various prices.

sponsored: sat 1-4:30pm, 6-9:30pm: brooklyn wine fest: travel the world of wine at the return of the brooklyn wine fest at the brooklyn expo center (greenpoint)! guests will enjoy unlimited tastings for the entire session, a souvenir tasting glass, great music, and access to merchandise and delicious food vendors. special offer for the skint readers: save 30% on advance tickets with promo code ‘theskint’ here. >>

sat 6-10pm: bronx brewery beer release + mural battle: sip a can of craft beer, jam out, and watch artists paint murals right before your eyes at a release event for bronx brewery’s new y-series blacktop imperial stout. >>

sat 6:30pm (monthly): tell storytelling: queer folks share their own tales on their own terms during drae campbell’s monthly storytelling show. tonight’s ‘lost’-themed edition moves online with nonye brown-west, shane o’neill, and rachel garbus. presented by the bureau of general services–queer division. free (donations welcome). >>


mon various times: betty white: a celebration: toast to america’s golden girl at a screening of betty white: 100 years young, a documentary that looks back on the incomparable entertainer’s many decades in the spotlight. various locations and prices. >>

mon 7pm, 10:15pm (monthly thru july): 35mm series at angelika: from breakfast at tiffany’s to the wizard of oz and beyond, experience a series of classic films in their original format–35mm–at village east by angelika (east village). tonight: 2001: a space odyssey (1968). $18. >>

mon 7:30pm (monthly): music mondays ensemble concert series: the music mondays series returns to advent lutheran church (uws) with violinist tai murray, violist melissa reardon, cellist raman ramakrishnan, bassist doug balliett, and pianist aaron wunsch, who’ll perform a program of traditional and contemporary quintets from schubert to ndodana-breen. free admission. >>


our roundup of 50+ ongoing events: ice skating, art exhibits, and more. >>

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