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Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts
announces seven performance
at the Kumble Theater at LIU Brooklyn
for the 2017-18 season
Through April 28, 2018

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The Theater at the 14th
Street Y
Announces 2017-2018 Season
Through May 31, 2018

CinéSalon
Tuesday, January 9 through Tuesday, March 6.
French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF)

This awards season, the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), New York’s premiere French cultural center, presents the new CinéSalon series Best Actress: A César-Winner Showdown, an epic battle of France’s most talented actresses, running Tuesday, January 9 through Tuesday, March 6.

Each week at CinéSalon, FIAF will screen films starring winners of the César for Best Actress—French cinema’s highest accolade. Spanning the César awards from very first Best Actress (Romy Schneider in 1976) to the most recent (Isabelle Huppert in 2017), the series includes international hits (La Môme), cult favorites (L’important c’est d’aimer), and lesser-known gems (One Deadly Summer).

Their fierce, vulnerable, and show-stopping performances each bring unforgettable characters to life. But it’s up to the audience to decide the all-time best. Attendees can vote for their number one César-winner either in person or online through February 13, and join CinéSalon in time for this season’s César and Oscar awards with a red-carpet event on March 6 as the series culminates in a special screening starring the audience’s favorite actress.

Series curated by Pauline Conroy and Delphine Selles-Alvarez. 

Films include:

Free with RSVP!

La Vie en Rose · Marion Cotillard, dir. Olivier Dahan, Tuesday, January 9 at 4 & 7:30pm 
One Deadly Summer · Isabelle Adjani, dir. Jean Becker, Tuesday, January 16 at 4 & 7:30pm
Le petit lieutenant · Nathalie Baye, dir. Xavier Beauvois, Tuesday, January 23 at 4 & 7:30pm
Amour · Emmanuelle Riva, dir. Michael Haneke, Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm
L’important c’est d’aimer · Romy Schneider, dir. Andrzej Zulawski, Tuesday, January 30 at 7:30pm
Three Colors: Blue · Juliette Binoche, dir. Krzysztof Kieslowski, Tuesday, February 6 at 4 & 7 :30pm
The Last Metro · Catherine Deneuve, dir. François Truffaut, Tuesday, February 13 at 4pm
Vagabond · Sandrine Bonnaire, dir. Agnès Varda, Tuesday, February 13 at 7:30pm
Elle · Isabelle Huppert, dir. Paul Verhoeven, Tuesday, February 20 at 4 & 7:30pm
Related Event: Classics of French Cinema with Olivier Barrot: Elevator to the Gallows · Jeanne Moreau, dir. Louis Malle, Tuesday, February 27 at 4 & 7:30pm. Olivier Barrot talk at 6:45pm
Special Event: Audience Choice Award Screening: Surprise film to be announced, Tuesday, March 6 at 4 & 7:30pm

Films in French with English subtitles unless otherwise noted.

About CinéSalon
In the spirit of the French ciné-clubs and literary salons, CinéSalon pairs an engaging French film with a social post-screening wine & beer reception. Every 7:30pm screening will be introduced by a high-profile personality in the arts.

CinéSalon is free for all FIAF Members.
For more info visit fiaf.org. 

French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) | 22 E 60th St, New York, NY 10022

 



EL MUSEO GALA 2018
Thursday, May 10, 2018
The Plaza, NYC

GALA CHAIRS
Tony Bechara | Maria & Alberto de la Cruz | William A. Haseltine 
Maria Eugenia Maury | Clarice Oliveira Tavares

Celebrating its 25th year, El Museo's 2018 Gala is a spectacular event that brings together Latino and non-Latino cultural luminaries and leaders in business, finance, fashion, entertainment, art and philanthropy to raise crucial funding for the Museum. The Gala has been lauded as one of the hottest tickets in town by the press and New York City's philanthropic circuit.

For more information on sponsorship packets, tables, and tickets, please contact: Courtney Osit, 212-253-1953, courtney@fremontblueevents.com.

For press inquiries, please contact: Rose Mary Cortes, 917-634-0340,
rcortes@elmuseo.org.

The Plaza | 768 5th Ave, New York, NY 10019



How to Write a Musical That Works Workshop #2:
Conflict & Obstacles
Sunday, February 25, 2018 from 10am - 6pm
NOLA Rehearsal Studio

Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) presents the second workshop in the series How to Wrote a Musical That Works, Conflict & Obstacles, on Sunday, February 25, 2018 from 10am - 6pm at NOLA Rehearsal Studio, 244 W 54th St., 5th floor, Studio 5. Submission fee is $10 for members, $20 for non-members. If accepted, it will be applied to a participation fee of $100 ($80 for TRU members). Those not selected will be invited and encouraged to attend the workshop as observers. Go to https://truonline.org/events/feedback-workshop-2-2018, click the link to download the application, fill it out, and email to TRUPlaySubmissions@gmail.com to sign up. If accepted, the workshop includes 2 seats for the entire day workshop as well as your presentation slot. Space is limited. Any additional attendees from the musical team (including music director, additional collaborators and cast members) who wish to observe the entire workshop must reserve in advance and will be charged $25 per person. This workshop is dedicated to fostering a conversation about musical theater structure not only for writers but also for producers, directors and everyone involved in the creation and production of new works.

The price is $55 ($35 for TRU members).

NOLA Rehearsal Studio | 244 W 54th St., 5th floor



LongHouse Conifer Tour
Horticultural Walk with Alex Feleppa
Saturday, February 17, 2018
1:00pm – 2:30pm
LongHouse Reserve

LongHouse Reserve founder Jack Lenor Larsen was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. Having grown up surrounded by green landscapes on a year-round basis, he observed during his first winters on the east end how grey the landscape was due to the bare deciduous oaks, beeches, and dogwoods. This led to the subsequent planting of hundreds of different conifer species, from remarkable Hemlock hedges to towering Cryptomeria. Now 40 years later, LongHouse Reserve has one of the most complete conifer collections on eastern Long Island. Bundle up and join Alex Feleppa, staff Horticulturist and certified Arborist, for an informative winter tour as our conifers and broadleaf evergreens take center stage. 

Limit 25 people (not recommended for children)
$20 non-members; members complimentary 


Visit longhouse.org to RSVP

LongHouse Reserve | 133 Hands Creek Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937



The Jewish Museum
Richly Decorated Garments from Over 20 Countries
On View at the Jewish Museum
November 3, 2017 - March 18, 2018
The Jewish Museum

A sumptuous array of apparel from over 20 countries on four continents will be on display at the Jewish Museum from November 3, 2017 through March 18, 2018, offering an exceptional opportunity for American audiences to view many facets of Jewish identity and culture through rarely seen garments. Veiled Meanings: Fashioning Jewish Dress, from the Collection of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, the first comprehensive U.S. exhibition drawn from The Israel Museum's world-renowned collection of Jewish costumes, showcases over 100 articles of clothing from the eighteenth to twentieth centuries, presented as complete ensembles or as stand-alone items. The exhibition is organized by The Israel Museum, Jerusalem.

The Jewish Museum | 1109 5th Ave & 92nd St, New York, NY 10128
Phone(212) 423-3200


The Vienna Philharmonic Society
Thursday February 22nd, 2018 @ 6:30PM
Private Club in New York City

The Vienna Philharmonic Society will host a Concert and Dinner with The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra on Thursday February 22nd, 2018 at a private club in New York City. 6:30 pm Cocktails Reception, 7:15 pm Performance, and 8:15 pm dinner. This will be a Black Tie evening.

The evening includes a concert by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra that will benefit our educational programs.
The Vienna Philharmonic Society is a New York based non-profit organization that supports and celebrates the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and works to extend its performances across the United States. Through a variety of educational programs with our partner, The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall, including Master Classes for advanced students and music events for children in the community, the Vienna Philharmonic Society helps the Orchestra maintain a meaningful presence in the cultural life of New York and cities throughout the country.

For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.viennaphilharmonicsociety.org

Private Club in New York City



 

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