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  • January 24    
    Join filmmaker Shola Lynch for a screening and discussion of her documentary, "Chisholm ’72: Unbought and Unbossed."
  • January 25    
    The Philharmonic devotes this concert to Prokofiev’s genius in capturing the passion of Shakespeare's timeless tragedy. 
  • January 26    
    This talk, led by Nelly Silagy Benedek, Senior Director of Education, considers the relationship of Amedeo Modigliani’s art to his Jewish identity.  
  • January 26    SOLD OUT
    An irreverent and incisive solo play written and performed bt John Leguizamo that traces the marginalization of Latinos in U.S. history and the vital roles they have played.
  • January 27    
    The Queens Museum transforms into a super spooky space for the most fun-filled and distinct costume party of the year. An afternoon full of exciting performances, live music, face-painting, art-...
  • January 28    
    Explore the treasure trove of public art in the Second Avenue subway with Sandra Bloodworth and Lester Burg on a guided tour of its four new stations. 
  • January 30    
    Works by Ravel, Daniel Schnyder, Terry Riley, Dirk Brosse, and Adam Vidiksis, for clarinet, violin, cello, and electronics.
  • January 30    
    A Joyce debut, French-based Compagnie Hervé KOUBI performs What The Day Owes To The Night, a highly physical, stunningly fluid work for 12 French-Algerian and African dancers.
  • January 31    
    A Joyce debut, French-based Compagnie Hervé KOUBI performs What The Day Owes To The Night, a highly physical, stunningly fluid work for 12 French-Algerian and African dancers.
  • January 31    SOLD OUT
    On September 11, 2001 the world stopped. On September 12, their stories moved us all. A musical about the grounded plans in Newfoundland and the people who opened their doors to the passengers.

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