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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Of course, you’ve already seen this movie countless times. You can do a Jimmy Stewart impression while promising to lasso the moon; you know that every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings; and you’ll even wish a merry Christmas to the old Building and Loan. But watching Frank Capra’s faith-in-humanity masterpiece on the big screen still gives jaded New Yorkers like us goose bumps. Plus, most of the special screenings of this classic boast an introduction by star Donna Reed’s daughter, Mary Owen.Read more
After a fatal roller-coaster accident, six dead teenagers from rural Saskatchewan compete in a purgatorial carnival to return to the world of the living. Rachel Rockwell directs Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell's unconventional musical, with a cast that includes four actors from the show's acclaimed U.S. debut in Chicago last year. Read the full review.Book now Read more
"Stove top folk" troubadour Gideon Irving prefers to perform in odd spaces, especially people's living rooms, as he did last year in Living Here: a map of songs. This time he is playing an actual theater, where he hopes to reproduce the intimacy of his house-call shows.Book now Read more
Two of the city's most engaging comic actors, Michael Urie (Buyer & Cellar) and Robin De Jesús (In the Heights), star in Jordan Seavey's look at a modern gay relationship tested by a crisis. Mike Donahue directs the world premiere for Labyrinth Theater Company. Read the full review.Book now Read more
Eat your heart out, Priscilla! Join this insane gay party bus as it travels to Pieces, Rise, Hardware and other bars around town. You'll get to guzzle on-board drinks, dance on the bus to thumping beats and laugh to acerbic commentary from caravan directors Shequida or Lady Bunny (depending on which ride you select). Gentlemen, start your engines...Read more
Get sorted onto a team with new friends, and then show off how much you really know about the Blue Ranger, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, Captain Jack Harkness and other favorites from the queer world of genre over several rounds of trivia. Bring a food item to share with your team, and compete for collectibles and other memorabilia. Shazam!Read more