Guide to the Weekend: Spring is Here
Written by Bwog Staff
Finally spring seems like it’s here to stay—go outside and enjoy!
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY
Rods & Cables
8pm, 3LD Arts and Technology Center: 80 Greenwich St.
An original arts creation, Rods & Cables explores the fears people carry with them about losing trust in the people that are most important to them.
Price: $18 full, $12 student
Billy Elliot: The Musical
Fri-Sat 8pm, Sat 2pm, Sun 3pm, Imperial Theatre: 249 w. 45 st
The famed movie has hit the stage with stars chosen from a casting call of epic proportions. The twists and turns of Billy Elliot’s rise to dance mastery plays out right before the audience.
10pm 40C: 40 Ave. C
This is the place to be for punk hipsters in NYC, where a tight, dark, Britpop dance-intensive night is dominated by young 20somethings. It is encouraged that those who attend dress up like “nymphomaniac new wavers” or “post-punk rockers”.
Price: $5; free before 11
9:30pm, Rubin Museum of Art: 150 w. 17th st
Guest speakers accompany classic films. This week, the seminal yakuza hit Sonatine will be on display for anyone who makes the trip.
Price: $7 bar minimum
Guitar Hero Saturday
10pm, Comix- Ochi’s Lounge: 353 W. 14th st
Stop by Guitar Hero Saturday to challenge everyone from comedians to the audience on the way to rock stardom on Guitar Hero. Everyone’s welcome to join in the fun!
10pm, Supreme Trading: 213 N. 8th St, Brooklyn
Entry is free, and three of the city’s best DJ’s come to spin dance-heavy funk, soul, hip-hop and reggae music to keep a crowd pumped up and dancing the night away.
Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre: 307 W. 26th St.
From SNL Vets like Amy Poehler, the Upright Citizens Brigade brings classic improv to the stage, involving the audience, and pulling out every type of joke, from the flatulent to the refined.