Guide to the Weekend: The Run-Up to Candy
Written by Bwog Staff
As always a plethora of exciting events to entice you to leave Morningside Heights, but equally important is the costume hunt for the upcoming, All Hallows Eve-encompassing, long weekend… stay tuned to Bwog for important Halloween updates
Documentary Festival tickets go on sale Friday for events throughout the rest of October.
Student tickets $15
The Emperor Jones – just opened to critical acclaim, rarely revived Eugene O’Neill play, a tragic one-act about an ex-con who takes over a Caribbean island.
Student tickets $20, (normally $55-65) Irish Repertory Theater, 132 West 22nd St
Frogs: A Chorus of Colors – experience the magic of 200 species of frogs, delighting your sense like no other amphibian.
10-5:45 at Museum of Natural History, West 81st st and Central Park West
The Stepfathers – seven members of the renound Upright Citizens Brigade perform improv in this long-running show.
9:30 pm, 307 West 26th St
Just opened: Yvonne Jacquette – The Complete Woodcuts: stunning prints of aerial views of New York, worth seeing from another perspective.
Mary Ryan Gallery, 527 West 26th St
Marshmallow Civil War – a soft-armed conflict, quite silly, but amazing
All participants should bring at least one bag of marshmallows and a weapon.
3 pm somewhere in Brooklyn – location announced via Facebook at 5pm on Friday
Central Park Pumpkin Festival – Free pumpkins available to carve and decorate. Also explore the haunted house or participate in a scarecrow design competition. Best to arrive early to ensure you obtain a squash.
Enter at 72nd and Central Park West
PS1 Fall Exhibition Opening
12-6 at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, 22-25 Jackson Ave at 46th St
Dance Here Now: Pete Tong – celebrated BBC DJ plays a more intimate than normal venue for his tasty selection of House music
$10, $20 advance, Cielo, 16 Little West 12th St
Photo via TriLe/Flickr
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