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  • October 5    SOLD OUT
    This time-jumping play by J.B. Priestley (An Inspector Calls) takes place at the crossroads of today and tomorrow—challenging our notions of choice, chance and destiny. Tony winner Rebecca ...
  • October 6    
    This sixth film by Hayao Miyazaki is among the master animator's most personal and underrated, highlighting his deep love for aviation and pacifist worldview within an action-adventure...
  • October 6    
    “Even a brief dip into his bagatelles — short, playful pieces — leaves your head spinning: exhilarated, exhausted … these are performances of exceptional warmth and camaraderie, of shared purpose and...
  • October 6    
     Skirball is proud to present a two-day marathon concert of 20 different ensembles performing over 100 different compositions from Zorn’s expansive new book of music.
  • October 6    SOLD OUT
    Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history—and with good reason.
  • October 6    SOLD OUT
    Michael Moore, the Academy Award®-winning filmmaker behind Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11, brings his unrivaled powers of provocation and satire to the stage for the first...
  • October 6    
    Milt Hinton's Jazz Perspectives Series In Brazil, Matuto is slang for 'Country Boy', and this NYC based group of urbanized virtuosos perfectly blend the Latin syncopations of Brazilian...
  • October 7    
    Join the Heart for Art Institute to discuss the contemporary work exhibited in these spaces and talk to some of the curators behind the scenes.
  • October 7    
    At the crux of Walt Whitman’s “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry” lies the question: “What is it, then, between us?” In Crossing, 27-year-old composer and conductor Matthew Aucoin explodes...
  • October 7    
    “Even a brief dip into his bagatelles — short, playful pieces — leaves your head spinning: exhilarated, exhausted … these are performances of exceptional warmth and camaraderie, of shared purpose and...

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