The eight best things to do this week
Mon Mar 1 2010
The creator of The Addams Family was also a humorous chronicler of New York's quirks; see his illustrations in a new exhibit, "Charles Addams's New York," opening today at the Museum of the City of New York.
The legacy of a Nazi propagandist—and how his famous anti-Semitic film affected his family—is examined in Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Sss, a portrait of an artist as a vilified hatemonger.
Sierra Leonean party starter Janka Nabay brings his minimal yet highly infectious beats to Monster Island.
The Nose at the Metropolitan Opera opens, marking the Met debut of Tony Award-winning Paulo Szot and the return of Mariinsky maestro Valery Gergiev to the stage. Artistic visionary William Kentridge designed the set, and tickets are as low as $20.
Mister Saturday Night keeps the killer guests coming as the party hosts the brilliant tech-funk producer Matias Aguayo.
Neal Medlyn, Cole Escola, Kate McKinnon and more will amuse at the 9th Annual Murray Hill Oscar Party at Joe's Pub.
Real estate, race and postracial bad manners collide in Bruce Norris's satirical romp Clybourne Park.