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  • October 4    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.
  • October 4    
    A scenically minimalist, emotionally maximalist solo performance by Senegalese dancer Germaine Acogny, choreographed especially for her by Ballet du Nord provocateur Olivier Dubois.
  • October 4    
    Choreographer Bill T. Jones sets a portrait of his beloved nephew Lance T. Briggs against the political landscape of the present in this intimate, impressionistic collage for nine dancers....
  • October 5    
  • October 5    
    Through the Art of Justice series, thinkers and policymakers come together in an open discussion with the community to sketch out paths that will positively impact efforts in achieving racial justice...
  • October 5    
    Award-winning manga artist Hiro Mashima, known for his bestselling series Fairy Tail, comes to Japan Society for a special talk in conjunction with New York Comic Con.
  • October 5    
    Historian Jennifer Nelson, author of More than Medicine: A History of the Feminist Women’s Health Movement, will discuss how feminists from the 1970s to the ‘90s applied...
  • October 5    
    Award-winning manga artist Hiro Mashima, known for his bestselling series Fairy Tail, comes to Japan Society for a special talk in conjunction with New York Comic Con.
  • October 5    
    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 5    SOLD OUT
    NYCB performs three works by George Balanchine

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