Greenwich Village may not be as large as its West Village and East Village neighbors, but it packs in a lot of live-music venues, art galleries and performance spaces. Use our guide to the best upcoming events in Greenwich Village to plan a night out in downtown Manhattan.
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Don't binge-watch alone: Be with your people! Lilith LeFae and Princess BYtch invite you to join a room full of gay Marvel fans for brunch, Bloody Marys, games, performances and a communal watching of Netflix's Luke Cage series. Collective moaning to Mike Colter is encouraged.Read more
In a new solo play by the provocative Neil LaBute (reasons to be pretty), two-time Tony winner and Who's the Boss vet Judith Light plays a high school teacher and guidance counselor with a dark secret about an erstwhile pet student. Leigh Silverman directs for LaBute's frequent collaborator, MCC Theater.Read more
Bill Richardson, Veda Hille and Amiel Gladstone get personals in a comic song cycle adapted from and inspired by real ads on Craigslist. Four years after its premiere in Vancouver, the show now makes its New York debut, directed by Phillip George (Forbidden Broadway).Read more
Primary Stages begins its new season with a revival of Horton Foote's triptych of related one-act plays, directed by veteran Foote soldier Michael Wilson. The cast includes Devon Abner, Rebecca Brooksher, the flavorful Harriet Harris and the playwright's daughter and leading interpreter, Hallie Foote, who starred in the play's 1992 New York production.Read more
When it comes to wild lap dances, perky go-go boys and a steamy back room, this weekly party at Pieces takes the cake. Ms. Holly Dae performs quick drag numbers and hosts the night with DJ Xavier Mazara spinning the perfect top 40 tunes to a tiny towel show that might raise a few flags.Read more