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  • American Ballet Theatre: Whipped Cream at The Met

    A dollop of delightful whimsy, this thoroughly inventive full-length premiere springs from the imagination of Artist-in-Residence Alexei Ratmansky and pop surrealist visionary Mark Ryden. The Met on May 23 – July 1 at various times.

  • Miki Orihara at La MaMa

    Acclaimed Dancer / Choreographer Miki Orihara premieres In the Box2. La MaMa Theatre June 30 – July 2 at various times. Watch video here.

  • MOMIX at The Joyce

    MOMIX dancers extend the reach of the imagination – and dance – into worlds strange and new. The Joyce on June 27 – July 16 at various times.

  • L.A. Dance Project at The Joyce Theater

    Following its successful 2016 Joyce debut, L.A. Dance Project returns with two programs specially conceived by Artistic Director Benjamin Millepied that highlight the Company’s dancers. The Joyce Theater June 13 – 25 at various times.

  • American Ballet Theatre: Tchaikovsky Spectacular at The Met

    No other composer in history has written more beloved music for the ballet than Pyotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky. The Metropolitan Opera on July 3 – 8 at various times.

  • Lincoln Center Festival: Sleeping Water at Rose Theater

    “Japan’s most important choreographer” Saburo Teshigawara (New York Times) returns to Lincoln Center Festival with his newest work featuring Aurélie Dupont, Paris Opera Ballet’s former étoile and new Director of Dance. Rose Theater – Jazz at Lincoln Center on July 13- 15 at 7:30pm.

  • Emery LeCrone DANCE at The Joyce

    New York-based choreographer Emery LeCrone proudly presents a program largely comprised of new contemporary ballet works for the 2017 Ballet Festival. The Joyce on July 18-20 at various times.

  • Lincoln Center Festival: ‘Jewels’ at David H. Koch Theater

    Fifty years after its premiere at Lincoln Center, three of the world’s most celebrated ballet companies come together for a once-in-a-lifetime presentation of George Balanchine’s masterpiece, Jewels. David H. Koch Theater on July 20-23 at various times.

  • Claudia Schreier & Company at The Joyce

    For its Joyce Theater debut, Claudia Schreier & Company presents dancers from New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Los Angeles Ballet and other leading companies in a program highlighting Schreier’s distinctive choreographic voice. The Joyce on July 21-22 at

  • Cirio Collective at The Joyce

    Cirio Collective, founded by American Ballet Theatre principal Jeffrey Cirio and his sister, Boston Ballet Principal Lia Cirio, was created in the summer of 2015 to explore and develop new choreography. The Joyce on July 23 – 24 at 7:30pm.

  • Gemma Bond at The Joyce

    Bond’s choreography is a study in placing ballet in a less traditional setting—without scenery, without mime and gesture, but through pure dance that creates and inspires emotion, which connects with the audience. The Joyce on July 25 – 26 at 7:30pm.

  • Lincoln Center Festival: ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ at David H. Koch Theater

    Set to a tapestry of Shostakovich’s most colorful music, Shakespeare’s famously chauvinistic comedy is transformed into a battle of wits between two equally feisty individuals: stormy individualist Katherina and smug bad boy Petruchio. David H. Koch Theater on July 26 – 30 at various times. Watch video here.

  • Amy Seiwert’s Imagery at The Joyce

    Amy Seiwert returns to The Joyce with her contemporary ballet company, Imagery and her first evening-length ballet, which is set to Franz Schubert’s voice and piano cycle Winterreise. The Joyce on July 27 – 29 at 8pm.


  • Gazillion Bubble Show at New World Stages

    The most incredibubble show in the world! Bubble lovers of all ages are delighted with an unbubblievable experience. New World Stages through November 19 at various times. Discount code GBPOP101 for $45. Watch video here.

  • Travel Back In Time—Eat, Drink and Charleston—at the Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governor’s Island

    The Jazz Age Lawn Party is New York City’s original prohibition era-inspired gathering. Hosted and conceived by Michael Arenella, starting as a small gathering of around fifty friends and fans on the then recently open-for-public-access Governor’s Island. Jazz Age Lawn Party on June 10 – August 27 at 11am.

  • NY Art Gallery Tours – Saturday: Chelsea “Best Exhibits” Gallery Tour

    New York Gallery Tours finds the most innovative art, and leads you on an insightful, entertaining and affordable journey through the contemporary art scene. With over 14 years of experience, thousands of clients, and a director/ guide with a Ph.D. in arts education, we’re the city’s #1 gallery tour provider!

  • Icons by Oscar, The Works of Photographer Oscar Abolafia

    Elvis. Cher. Grace. Elizabeth. Marlene. Sophia. Mick. Salvador. Not many are so iconic that a first name is enough to tell us who they are. They were captured by a photographer who goes by the name of Oscar Abolafia.

  • American Museum of Natural History

    The premier museum of its kind in the US, AMNH is home to extensive permanent and temporary exhibits that cover numerous scientific disciplines. American Museum of Natural History.

  • The Bronx Zoo

    This is the world’s largest metropolitan zoo, and houses over 6,000 animals of 650 species from around the world in its 265 acres. Open seven days a week between April and November.

  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    Situated alongside Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum of Art (neither of which should be missed), these gardens are a beautiful, bucolic destination for any New York City traveler. Closed Mondays.

  • Brooklyn Museum

    Second to the MET in size, The Brooklyn Museum has a collection of over 1.5 million works. Look for interesting and well-curated temporary exhibitions. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

  • Central Park

    The crowning jewel of Manhattan, Central Park’s 843 acres offer visitors and New Yorkers more diversion than most any other New York City destination. Carefully and beautifully designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux and opening in 1857, Central Park is a miracle in city planning.

  • Cloisters, The

    The Cloisters is abbey, renowned medieval art collection, and respite from a busy metropolitan city, all in one. A short subway ride to the northern tip of Manhattan, The Cloisters sits in the vast and peaceful Fort Tyron Park.

  • Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration

    As part of the National Park Service, the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration tells the story of how New York’s Ellis Island was the gateway for millions of immigrants arriving to America from 1890-1954.

  • #MakeItMagnifique: Tea and Cheese at the French Cheese Board in SoHo

    Sometimes joy comes sliced between poached pears and baguette. So it is at the French Cheese Board, a tender slice of SoHo at 41 Spring Street. Polyglot gourmand Charles Duque created this permanent pop-up to communicate the creamy wonder of French dairy to the world.

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