Sometimes art imitates life…and sometimes life imitates art. City Gate Productions will present Rabbit Hole seven times at The Secret Theatre in Woodside from Friday, Oct. 14, to Sunday, Oct. 23. The Pulitzer-winning play follows Becca and Howie Corbett, who have everything a family could want until their son dies in an accident. Becca and
It’s the world premiere of a children’s opera about a curious cow that goes to a market in Southern France … and then hilarity ensues. It’s also the launch event for Musica Reginae’s 22nd season. Cow Goes to the Opera will run at the Community House in Forest Hills Gardens on Sunday, Oct. 2, at
The shipping container structure known as “The Cubes” has landed in Queens! Socrates Sculpture Park hosted a groundbreaking for the facility, which will exhibit art and host art-related activities, on Sept. 21. Check it out near the main entrance at 32-01 Vernon Blvd. in Long Island City. The Cubes is the park’s first-ever permanent structure.
Middle Village native John McDonagh drove a taxi in New York City for almost 40 years. And now he’s telling stories…Funny stories. He stars in Off the Meter, On the Record at the Greek Cultural Center in Astoria from Friday, Sept. 23, until Sunday, Sept. 25. In this one-man show, McDonagh stands among auto parts
It’s a mini-tour of a minotaur venue. Queens County Farm Museum will operate its famous Amazing Maize Maze from Friday, Sept. 16, until Saturday, Oct. 29. New York City’s only corn stalk maze is spread out over three acres. This year’s layout was inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe’s 1938 oil painting Ram’s Head, Blue Morning Glory,
Born in New Jersey, raised in Jerusalem, and based in Berlin, Jumana Manna is a Palestine-identified artist who works in film, sculpture, and writing. Her work explores how power is articulated through relationships, often focusing on body, land, and materiality in relation to colonial inheritances and histories of place. MoMA PS1 will host Manna’s first-ever