Guide to the Weekend: Salvation Army Santas Are Out…
Written by Bwog Staff
The Rockefeller Center tree is lit! Make time to stroll down 5th Avenue to take in the delightful displays! Bwog tries to look beyond the rapidly intensifying holiday spirit taking over the city, but can’t quite stretch it to Sunday…
Composers and Choreographers Workshop – the Dance Devision of Julliard presents this presentation by the studio class, also featuring students from the Paris Conservatory
8 pm at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater, 155 West 56th St
8pm, at Market Hotel, 1142 Myrtle Avenue at Broadway
Tennessee Williams on Film – a chance to see film adaptations of some of Williams’ major works, lasting this weekend and next. The IFC’s two new screens also open Friday.
Glass Managerie screens at 11 am at the IFC, 323 6th Avenue at W 3rd St
PRETTY DECENT presents – and art show and dance party, with work by more than 20 artists, performances by Zeke Virant and Cloud Nothings
7pm doors, 9pm performances, at Shea Stadium, 20 Meadow St
H.O.W. Journal Holiday Costume Party – dress as a character from literature, film or art for the chance to win the $300 prize. Featuring a reading by Tao Lin, and free drinks, all profits go towards the arts initiative at Safe Space, a local community center.
6 – 9pm, at Macao Trading Co., 311 Church St
$15 presale, $20 on the door
Holiday Market at Grand Central Terminal – assorted vendors peddle their wares in the beautiful Vanderbilt Hall of Grand Central, protecting you from the elements while you browse. Ongoing through December 23rd.
11am – 7 pm, Vanderbilt Hall, Grand Central Station
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