8:00 pm
Take Root Presents Grant Jacoby & Dancers and Liz Charky Grant Jacoby’s “wish you were here.” is a post-modern dream ballet that meditates on fragmented memory, sudden loss, and Trisha Brown’s Newark. On an interpersonal level, the dance intends to explore what is gained and lost as we move further away from past events that
Green Space
7:00 pm
Fertile Ground New Works Showcase featuring: 7Midnights Physical Research beat piece Caeruleus Dance Collective Gio Kusanagi Project The Chamberlin Collective Vanessa Nandram FERTILE GROUND has supported the emerging and established artists’ community for 12 seasons, showcasing the work of over 50 choreographers each year. The non-curated program features five dance makers each evening and includes
Green Space
Jun 10 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
6:00 pm
Join Quiet Events, Hunters Point Park Conservancy, and Councilman Van Bramer for a free and fun family friendly event. They’ll be taking over LIC Landing for a night of music, dancing and fun! The special night will include appearances from friends at Crunch Fitness, family dance classes, face painting, and more to be announced. Bring
Hunter's Point South Park
12:00 am
Come catch a performance of the 2018 Queensboro Dance Festival, which is touring 26 diverse Queens-based dance companies throughout Queens’ beautiful parks, plazas, theaters, libraries, and streets this May through October! See a different line-up of companies at each venue! Join us on this special tour stop at Bliss St. Plaza featuring live music by
Bliss St. Plaza (under 7 train station)
1:00 pm
Enjoy Valerie Green/Dance Entropy’s preview performance of Utopia, an interdisciplinary piece made in collaboration with visual artist Keren Anavy at the Queens Museum. Performance by Erin Gio, Richard Scandola, Emily Elizabeth Aiken, Caitlyn Casson, and Kristin Licata Music by Mark Katsaounis Additional vocals by Katie Mullins Costumes by Deborah Erenberg The performance will be followed
Queens Museum
Jun 23 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
5:30 pm
It is Ms. Joanne M. Cherisma’s Book Signing and Launch Party at Keiko Studios. In I Never Thought I Would Be A Statistic, the author shares her testimony of how she overcame an abusive relationship. She would also like to use the occasion to bring more awareness on the subject. They are hoping to have some
Keiko Studio
Jun 28 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
5:00 pm
This family-friendly headphone party has music from every generation to enjoy. Three live DJs will play the hottest beats from Top 40, ’80s/’90s/Throwbacks, and Motown and Funk. Please note: You must RSVP for FREE ticket. Sponsored by Council Member Eric A. Ulrich.
Forrest Park
7:00 pm
Making their SummerStage debut, the Queens-based Calpulli Mexican Dance Company’s mission is to celebrate the rich diversity of Mexican and Mexican-American cultural heritage through dance and live music. Since forming in 2003, they have successfully toured the United States, Asia and the Middle East. In New York City, they have appeared at venues such as
Queensbridge Park
12:00 am
Sundays beginning September 9th, 2018 See the Community page on Calpulli’s website for class availability and times! Community classes in dance and music are led by Calpulli’s Teaching Artists and hosted at professional dance studios in Queens, Staten Island, Red Bank (NJ), and New Rochelle. The program, for both children and adults are focused on
Spaceworks - Long Island City
Sep 21 all-day
12:00 am
Inna live in concert in New York! Doors 8 PM. Concert 11:30 PM. 21+ w/ID. Photo and Video by Geometria New York. Info & Reservations: 929-293-9193
Melrose Ballroom
8:00 pm
Take Root Presents: Nicole Colbert Dance/Theatre & Logos Dance Collective. Nicole Colbert Dance/Theatre’s where have you been, where are you going? explores the journey away from and toward home as a physical, emotional and psychological place. The piece also contends with feminist, political and social identities in relationship to “home,” in literal and metaphorical terms.
Green Space
7:00 pm
Fertile Ground New Works Showcase featuring: Elaine Tripoulas, Last Minute Applicant, Molly Kennedy, the lab, Thryn Saxon and Emily Tellier, Wonderland Wizehart. FERTILE GROUND has supported emerging and established artists for 13 seasons, showcasing the work of over 50 choreographers each year. The non-curated program features 5-6 dance makers each evening and includes a post-performance discussion with wine, moderated by Green
Green Space
12:00 am
Green Space is pleased to present the new virtual program “(Un)Common Ground: Green Space Artists in Dialogue.” The series brings together BIPOC choreographers who have shown work in Green Space’s programming series: Fertile Ground, Take Root, and Green Space Blooms throughout our 15-year history. Artists rotate being virtually paired for five weeks in un-moderated discussion,
Green Space (Virtual)