Volume 19 • Issue 9 | July 14- - 20, 2006

The Listings


Battery Park City Neighbors and Parents Association

Parents' Network Speaker Series Join nutritionist Jen Hoy as she discusses "Reading Between the Lines: Nutrition Labels and Ingredient Lists." The speaker series is a monthly event free for members and first time guests. Breakfast is provided. Children are welcome. Tues. July 18 from 10:30am - 12pm. Chevys, Vesey St., upstairs, elevator access from Embassy Suites. Membership applications available online.

Free Pathmark Trips Senior Citizens are invited on a shopping trip to Pathmark every Thursday. Two van pick-up spots, 8:45am on River Terrace across from Pan Latin and at 9am on South End Ave. & Rector Place. The van leaves Pathmark at 11am for the return trip to BPC. Sponsored by BPCNPA and the Downtown Alliance. For a reservation, please contact Ella Reape at 917-945-3255.

Battery Park City Parks Conservancy
2 South End Avenue • 212-267-9700 • www.bpcparks.org
Sunset Jam on the Hudson Master drummers will lead a Friday evening drumming circle for all ages. July 14, 21 & 28, also Aug. 4, 11, 18 & 25 from 6:30-8:30pm. Wagner Park. Free.

West African Family Dance Enjoy energetic and joyful community dancing for all ages. No partner or experience necessary. Sat., July 15 from 6:30-8pm. Esplanade Plaza, along the Hudson River at the end of Liberty St.

River & Blues Shemekia Copeland will perform blues with band members Arthur Neilson, Barry Harrison, Jason Langley and Jason Ladanye. Thurs., July 20 from 7-8:30pm. Wagner Park. Free. Next week: Irving Louis Lattin, one of the most prominent blues talents in New York, will play. Thurs., July 27 from 7-8:30pm.

Summer Races Take part in one of three races on Sun., July 23 starting and/or ending in North and South Coves. Aquathon: Freedom Tower is a multi-sport event with swimming and running. The Cove-to-Cove Swim is a half-mile race. Race for the River is a 2.4-mile swim downriver. Races start from 8:45-9:30am. For more information on registering, visit www.nycswim.org or call 888-NYC-SWIM. Minimum age to participate is 15. For more viewing information, visit www.bpcparks.org.

Downtown Alliance

Wall Street Walking Tour A free 90-minute guided walking tour weaving together the history, events architecture and people of Downtown. Thursdays and Saturdays at noon. Meet at the steps of the National Museum of the American Indian, One Bowling Green. 212-606-4064.

Fraunces Tavern Museum
54 Pearl Street • 212-425-1778 • www.FrauncesTavernMuseum.com

Self-Guided Tours Visit the museum between 10am and 5pm on Saturdays for a self-guided tour of the exhibitions. $4 adults, $3 for kids 18 and under.

Fraunces Tavern Restaurant

Walking Tour and Lunch The streets of Lower Manhattan are lined with some of the world’s wealthiest and most influential institutions. Visit landmarks of political, religious and financial importance in a walking tour lead by James Staal. End the tour with a prix fixe 3 course lunch at Fraunces Tavern Restaurant. Tour begins at 11am at the front gate of City Hall Park. Tour is 2 hours. $45, including lunch. Reservations suggested.

Fresh Fruit Festival
Various Locations: The Slipper Room, Leslie/Lohman Gallery, Collective: Unconscious, Abingdon Theater Complex and Gothan Comedy Club • www.freshfruitfestival.com • 212-868-4444 • www.smartTix.com

LGBT Arts & Culture Celebration Fourth annual Fresh Fruit Festival celebrating diversity and creativity off the mainstream. Events include plays, live performances, poetry readings, a screening of "Queer Duck: The Movie" and more. Thru July 23. Visit the website for specific information.

Governors Island
10 South St., Slip 7 • 212-440-2202 • www.govisland.com

Governors Island Tour the Historic District, picnic on the Parade Grounds, walk the esplanade, view the Statue of Liberty and New York Harbor and relax under the trees of Colonels' Row. Open thru Sept. 2.
Hudson River Park

Moon Dance Learn a different style of dance at each Sunday night thru Aug. 13 at 6:30pm. Live bands begin at 7pm. Sun., July 23 - Los Hermanos Colon plays Latin music. Pier 54, 13th St. and the West Side Highway. Free.

River Flicks Films will be shown weekly for adults and kids. Adults' films are Wednesdays around 8:30pm at Pier 54 (13th St. and the West Side Highway) thru Aug. 23. This year's theme is One Mean Summer. Kids' films are Fridays around 8:30pm at Pier 46 (West Side Highway near Christopher St.) thru Aug. 25. This year's theme is Big Adventures. Fri., July 14: March of the Penguins (G). Wed., July 19: The Beastmaster (PG). Fri., July 21: Chicken Run (PG). Presented by Hudson River Park. Free.

River Rocks Latin Celebración with Radio Mundial & Turntables on the Hudson. Thurs., July 20 at 6pm. Pier 54, 13th St. and the West Side Highway. Free.

Rumble on the River View a boxing match. Thurs., July 27 at 7pm. Raindate is July 28. Pier 54, 13th St. and the West Side Highway. Free.

Stars of Tomorrow Enjoy jazz and classical music performances by students from the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. Tuesdays thru Aug. 22 at 6pm. Upcoming performance: July 18 - Mark Micklethwaite Trio plays Jazz. Pier 45, West Side Highway at Charles St. Free.

Sunset on the Hudson Enjoy music by David Ippolito (aka The Guitar Man). Fridays thru Aug. 25 at 7pm. Pier 45, West Side Highway at Charles St. Free.

Knitting Factory
74 Leard St., bet Church & Broadway • 212-374-1175 • www.jazznewyork.net

Jazzercise at Lunch Celebrate National Fitness Month in May by taking a jazzercise class during your lunch. When you love your workout, results come easy. Jazzercise combines jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, kickboxing, and more to create an effective dance-fitness program for people of every age and fitness level. Tues. & Thurs. at Noon; Mon., Tues., Wed. & Thurs. at 1:10pm. $45 monthly, unlimited attendance. National Fitness Month Special Price of $20. Ongoing.

League for the Hard of Hearing
50 Broadway • 917-305-7766 • www.lhh.org

Free Hearing Screening Sponsored by the League for the Hard of Hearing. Every Tuesday from 12-2pm and Thursday from 4-6pm. Call to schedule an appointment.

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council

New York is Here A site-specific performance by Aaron Rosenblum that honors the mythology of New York City through a series of vignettes. Learn about the Chinese food delivery man who was stuck in an elevator, the flu epidemic of October 1918, the Fulton Fish Market, baseball, love and more. Thurs. - Sat., thru July 15 at 7:30pm. 32 Avenue of the Americas, Main floor, Northeast corner. RSVP recommended.

In Case of Love Break Glass Heidi Duckler and Collage Dance Theater invite their audience to experience space and performance in unexpected ways. For their first NYC appearance, they will perform on a Lower East Side fire escape backlit by surreal projections. Fri. - Sun., July 21-23 at 8:30pm. 36 Orchard St. Free.

What the Thunder Said Canadian interdisciplinary company Bluemouth and guest artists from New York and Las Vegas will present their installation that evokes the struggle for acceptance in the calm before family storm. Tues. - Sat., July 25 - 29 and Aug. 1-5 at 8pm. 32 Ave. of the Americas, main floor, northeast corner. RSVP recommended, visit the website.

Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

36 Battery Place • 646-437-4200 • www.mjhnyc.org

New York's Best Emerging Jewish Artists A showcase the best local Jewish talent from a variety of performing and visual arts. Wed., July 19 at 7pm. $20, $15, $10.

National Museum of the American Indian
One Bowling Green • 212-514-3700 • www.americanindian.si.edu

Daily Screenings View "Snow Snake: Game of the Haudenosaunee," featuring master snow snake maker and player Fred Kennedy. Film introduces the lively traditional game that's played today by Iroquois men in competitions throughout Iroquois Country. "Skywalkers, Iroquois Women: The Three Sisters, and The Great Law of Peace," features interviews with ironworkers and their families. It is an inquiry into the strength and equality of women in Iroquois tradition. Thru July 30 at 1 & 3pm daily as well as 5:30pm on Thursdays. The Screening Room, Second Floor.

At The Movies View “The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros, in Tagalog with English subtitles. Born into a Manila slum, gay preteen Maxi’s unquestioning devotion to his family of small-time criminals is undermined when he befriends a young policeman. Thurs., July 20 at 6pm and Sat., July 22 at 2pm.

Cultural Interpreter Discussions Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, thru July 28 at 2pm.

River to River Festival

Cultural Activities A variety of activities are available for the whole family to enjoy throughout the summer. Check below for details about upcoming events.
Chardonnay Wine Tasting - Wed., July 19 at 5pm. Captains Ketch, 181 Pearl St. 212-422-1965. www.captainsketch.com.

Cool Music for Warm Summer Days - The Art Lillard Quartet will perform. Wed., July 19 at 12:30pm. Sponsored by Rudin Management Co., Inc. 24 State St., (1 Battery Park Plaza), bet Pearl and Bridge Sts. 212-407-2429. Free.

Latin Jazz Night - Stop by Cabana Thursday nights for live Latin jazz. Enjoy Cuban food and specialty mojito flavors. Thursdays at 7pm. Cabana Nuevo Latino, 89 South St., Pier 17.

Les Halles Liberty Festival & Bastille Day- Celebrate the French and American independence day holidays. Thru July 14. Les Halles Downtown, 15 John St. www.leshalles.net.

Live Cuban Jazz - Listen to live Cuban jazz while enjoying Spanish tapas, mojitos, margaritas and sangria. Reservations suggested. Tuesdays at 7:30pm. Salud Restaurant & Bar, 142 Beekman St. 212-566-2220.

Live Indian Classical Music - Enjoy live Indian classic music and the sounds of the tabla, harmonium, sitar and bullbull tara. Tuesdays at 6pm. Baluchi's, 275 Greenwich St. www.baluchis.com. 212-571-5343.
Live Music - Enjoy new live music. Fridays at 9pm. Gatehouse Restaurant, 301 South End Ave. 212-488-8444.

Music and Martinis - Papoo's Italian Cuisine & Bar is featuring 'Music and Martinis' this summer with live music and free martini samples. Wed., July 19. Papoo's Italian Cuisine & Bar, 55 Broadway. 212-809-3150. www.papoos.net.

Organic Italian Wine Tasting - A cultural trip across the organic vineyards of Italy. Unique wines, served in the characteristic quartino, will be accompanied by matching regional antipasti. Reservations suggested. Mon. - Sun., July 17-23 at 5pm. Quartino Restaurant, 21 Peck Slip Rd. 212-349-4433. $25 for two.

Sailing School Open House - Get excited about learning to sail this summer. See the floating classroom and chat with an instructor. Thurs., July 20 at 5:30pm The club docks, North Cove Marina. Free. 212-786-0400. www.sailmanhattan.com.

South Street Seaport

Rhythm ‘N Rims Features a 53-foot trailer and two 40'x40' courts that create two levels of interactive entertainment where fans can participate in a variety of contests and basketball activities. Rhythm 'n Rims also gives fans unique access to their favorite NBA personalities, with appearances by NBA players and legends, team mascots and dance teams. Sat. - Sun., July 29 & 30 from 11am - 8pm on Sat. and from 11am - 4pm on Sunday. Pier 17. www.NBA.com.

South Street Seaport Museum
Fulton and South Streets • www.southstseaport.org

Walking Tour: African American Life in Lower Manhattan Tour connects the African Burial Ground to other historic sites including stations on the underground Railroad, the former location of New York's slave market, the African Free School and the Colored Sailor's Home. Sat., July 15 from 2-4:30pm. Meet in Museum lobby, 12 Fulton St., bet Front & South Sts. by 1:45pm. Reservations suggested. $12, $10 Museum members. 212-748-8786.

New York Packet Renowned maritime music performer David Jones will perform. Tues., July 18 at 6pm. Melville Gallery, 213 Water St., bet Fulton & Beekman Sts. $5 adults, $2 kids. 212-748-8568.

Book Talk with Chad Millman Author Chad Millman shares, "The Detonators: The Secret Plot to Destroy America and an Epic Hunt for Justice," a tale of terrorism and espionage that resonates strongly in a post-9/11 America. Book signing. Wed., July 19 at 7pm. Melville Gallery, 213 Water St., bet Fulton & Beekman Sts. 212-748-8568.

Free Fridays This month, Fri., July 21 from 5-9pm, explore the waterfront, past and present. From 5-9pm, visit the exhibitions. From 5-8pm, take part in a family program, "Skyscrapers, Streetscapes and New York Landmarks" and discover New York's landmarks through the art of watercolor. At 7 & 8pm, take a guided walking tour through the Seaport's landmark historic district.

The Lost Waterfront, Then and Now Step back in time to explore the Hudson River waterfront as it existed in the 1970s and 1980s. Artist Shelley Seccombe leads guests on a gallery talk through her photography exhibition, The Lost Waterfront at South Street Seaport Museum. Then journey by New York Water Taxi to Hudson River Park where she will discuss the transformation of the waterfront to its present day appearance on a guided walking tour. Sat., July 22 from 5-8pm. Get tickets at 12 Fulton St. Reservations highly suggested, call 212-748-8786. Event is included in the cost of South Street Seaport Museum admission, free to members of both South Street Seaport Museum and Friends of Hudson River Park.

New York Packet presents Calico Jack From Maryland, this duo sings original songs that reflect the lives of those who live around Chesapeake Bay, accompanied by guitar and concertina. Tues., July 25 at 6pm. $5 adults, $2 kids. Melville Gallery, 213 Water St., bet Fulton & Beekman Sts. 212-748-8568.

Book Talk with Sherill Tippin "February House," the story of an experiment in communal living in 1940s Brooklyn with writers Carson McCullers and W.H. Auden and the country's best-known burlesque performer, Gypsy Rose Lee. Book signing. Wed., July 26 at 7 pm. Melville Gallery, 213 Water St., bet Fulton & Beekman Sts. 212-748-8568.
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Stuyvesant High School Community Center
Stuyvesant High School • 345 Chambers St. • 646-358-6880 • www.ccshs.org • Operated by Battery Park City Parks Conservancy
Swim Lessons Private lessons are also available on Thursdays from 3-4pm and 5-9pm. Get 3 lessons for $90 or 5 lessons for $150.


291 Church St. • 212-431-5270 • www.apexart.org • Tues. - Sat. from 11am - 6pm

Gifts Go in One Direction Exhibition results from interviewing a number of artists and non-artists about gifts given and received, and presents reflections on how gifts redefine the boundaries of artistic production. Thru Aug. 12.

Museum of Chinese in the Americas
70 Mulberry St., 2nd Floor • 212-619-4785

The Virtual Salon Chinese transnational photographers in the digital age. Continues thru Aug 27. _____________________________

Church Street School for Music and Art
74 Warren St. 212-571-7290 www.churchstreetschool.org
Prawat Laucharoen Church Street School has received a donation of prints from the internationally acclaimed artist, Prawat Laucharoen. Purchase one of the 8 prints and benefit the School. View the works in the lobby and downstairs, or view images online.

City Hall Park
Six locations in the park between Broadway, Park Row and Centre Street

Alexander Calder in New York The Public Art Fund presents large scale steel sculptures by Alexander Calder, made between 1957 and 1976, throughout City Hall Park. One of the artists last works, a mobile he made before his death, Untitled (1976), hangs in the rotunda stairwell of City Hall. Thru March 18.

The Drawing Center, Drawing Room
40 Wooster St., bet Grand & Broome Sts. • 212-219-2166 • www.drawingcenter.org • Tues. - Fri. from 10am - 6pm & Sat. from 11am - 6pm

Crust and Dirt's Instant Drawing Machine View wall drawings and scrolls by Oliver Halsman Rosenberg and Clint Taniguchi. Works are inspired by wishes requested via webcam from passersby in Barcelona, London, Stockholm, Shanghai, Tokyo and New York City. Continues thru July 22.

The Educational Alliance
197 E. Broadway • 212-780-2300 x463 • www.edalliance.org/artschool • Mon. to Thurs. from 9am-9pm; Fri. - Sun. from 9am-6pm

Break the Mold: Honoring Walt Zucker View sculpture by Walt Zucker, master mold maker, and artists he worked with including Tom Otterness. Also view explanatory text on the process of making molds and casts. Continues thru Aug. 9.

Gigantic ArtSpace
59 Franklin St. • 212-226-6762 www.giganticartspace.com

The Roving Eye Reflects on the centrality of travel to the Australian cultural identity. Working across diverse media, thirteen artists offer an account of their unique explorations within Australia and at-large. Thru July 27.

Museum of American Finance
26 Broadway • 212-908-4694 • www.financialhistory.org
Making Money Learn about bank note engraving and the fight against counterfeiting. Exhibit explores the security features in currency from Colonial notes to today's modern money and features examples of counterfeit money. Continues thru Dec.

National Museum of the American Indian
One Bowling Green • 212-514-3700 • www.americanindian.si.edu

Arctic Transformations An exhibition of the jewelry of Denise and Samuel Wallace. This 25-year retrospective includes 150 works created from silver, gold, fossil ivory and semi-precious stones. Thru July 23.

Will Wilson: Auto Immune Response Works imagine the Navajos’ relationship to the land in the distant future. Thru Sept. 21.

Virgil Ortiz: La Renaissance Indigene An exhibition of dynamic ceramic figures and fashions. Thru Sept. 21.

Recent Acquisitions View over 250 selections from the more than 15,000 objects acquired by the Museum since 1990 including South American piggy banks, contemporary jewelry, tiny Navajo rugs, totem pole models, moccasins and baskets. Ongoing.

PhotoGraphic Gallery
252 Front St. • 212-227-2287• www.photographicnyc.com

The Tugboat Show View contemporary photographs of tugboats in the New York City Harbor by Jonathan Atkin and Carolina Salguero. Thru Aug. 27, Wed. - Sat. From 2-9pm and Sun from 12-7pm. Free.

Soho Photo
15 White Street • Thurs. from 6-8pm & Fri. - Sun. from 1-6pm

Photographic Competition Winners View the works of the winners of Soho Photo’s 11th annual National Photographic Competition. Thru Aug. 5.

South Street Seaport

BODIES: The Exhibition Exhibition showcases real human bodies and unveils the many complex systems of organs and tissues that drive every aspect of our daily lives and unite all humans. Learn more at www.bodiestickets.com. 11 Fulton St., Historic Cobble Stone District. Ongoing.
South Street Seaport Museum

The Lost Waterfront An exhibition of photographs depicting the Hudson River waterfront in Greenwich Village . Taken more than 30 years ago, the photos document a time when the waterfront was in transition from a strictly commercial past to a recreationally oriented future. Photos are by Shelley Seccombe. Schermerhorn Row, 12 Fulton St. Thru Oct. 31.

Antwerp=America A special exhibition in cooperation with the city of Antwerp, Belgium. It evokes the atmosphere of Antwerp between 1870 and 1935, when the city was one of the most important European ports of embarkation for immigrants traveling to America, mostly aboard the Red Star Line. Schermerhorn Row Galleries, 12 Fulton St. $8 adults, $6 seniors/students, $4 children ages 5-12, children under 5 free. Thru October 31.

Tama Art, Interiors and Design
5 Harrison St., bet Hudson & Staple Sts. • 212-566-7030 • www.tamagallery.biz • Mon. - Fri. 11am - 6pm, Sat. 12-6pm

A Toast to a Cool Summer View site-specific waterfall installations by New York Artists Perry Mamaril, in bamboo, and Cui Fei, on paper. Thru Aug. 12.

Wet in Summer A tribute to summer memories of Pagsanjan Falls, Philippines, where summer meant canoe rides down the rapids. View 30 handpainted Pagsanjan canoe paddles from the 1940s and 50s. Continues thru the summer.

World Financial Center
220 Vesey Street • 212-945-0505 • www.worldfinancialcenter.com

Starry Sky The largest exhibition of kites ever in North America. View 307 stunning hand-made kites by Taiwanese master designer Buteo Huang. Thru Aug. 19. Free.


Battery Park City

Summer Stars Music Performance Bulgarian-born percussion player Svet Stoyanov returns to Summer Stars with violinist Joseph Lin Mon., July 17 at 7:30pm. Thomas Meglioranza, baritone and pianist Reiko Uchida perform Mon., July 24 at 7:30pm. Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, Pace University, Spruce St. entrance. Free, tickets required, available after 4pm on the day of show, or reserve in advance by emailing culture@pace.edu. 212-346-1715.

Little Feat Formed in Los Angeles in 1969, Little Feat was one of the most popular Southern California roots rock bands of their era with blues, R&B, country, jazz and rock styles blended together to create a unique sound. Wed., July 19 at 7pm. Rockefeller Park. Presented by Battery Park City and River to River. www.batteryparkcity.org. 212-945-0505. Free.

134 Reade Street • 212-941-9401

Weekly Performance The Laura Dreyer Trio plays Brazilian music, including original bossa novas and sambas and traditional songs from the Brazilian repertoire. Every Saturday from 1-4pm. No Cover. Reservations recommended.

live jazz The Vinson Valega/Lee Metcalf Trio plays jazz standards from the Great American Songbook of Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Duke Ellington and more. Every Sunday evening from 6-9pm. No Cover. Reservations recommended.
Shooting Star Theatre
40 Peck Slip, bet Front and South Sts. • 718-852-7773 • www.shootingstartheatre.org

Nora Cole Performance artist and writer, Nora Cole, presents her second solo piece, "Voices of the Spirits in my Soul." Fri., Jul 14, 21 & 28 at 7:30pm; Sat., July 15, 22 & 29 at 3 & 7:30pm and Sun., July 16, 23 & 30 at 5pm. Presented by RACCA's Seaport Salon. 917-239-6690.

Cabaret Night Uptown Cabaret comes Downtown with songstress and cabaret artist, Camille Savitz in her show, "Italian Dish - Songs To Whet Your Appetite." With Music Director, Paul Chamlin, at the piano. Tues., July 18 at 8pm. Presented by Montauk Theatre Productions. 718.-852-7773.

Cabaret Night A special evening with Kathy Kelleher, and Music Director, Paul Chamlin, at the piano. Presented by Montauk Theatre Productions. Tues., July 25 at 8pm. 718-852-7773.


South Street Seaport

Seaport Music Festival This unique and inspiring venue continues it’s reputation for introducing some of the coolest new artists, as well as a great line-up of national and international recording artists. Visit www.seaportmusicfestival.com for complete schedule. Upcoming: Fri., July 14 at 7pm - Dave Alvin and the Guilty Men perform music blending blues, country, and folk influences with rock and roll. With guests Chatham County Line. Wed., July 19 at 7pm - Conjunto Classico will perform New York-style Salsa music with Puerto Rican influences. Presented by South Street Seaport and River to River. Continues thru Sept. 1. Pier 17. Free.

Trinity Church
Broadway at Wall Street

International Organ Festival Jeremy Filsell of England performs on Trinity Church's state-of-the-art Marshall & Ogletree organ. Thurs., July 20 at 1pm. Free. _____________________________

211 West Broadway, bet Franklin and White • 212-925-8510

Live Music Hear the music of Gary Wang on bass and Lee Metcalf on guitar. Every Thursday from 7:30-10:30pm.

World Financial Center
World Financial Center Plaza • 212-945-0505 • www.worldfinancialcenter.com/calendar

Terry Allen Combining his talents as a visual artist, playwright and musician, he crafts image-rich songs with words and instrumental textures. Tues., July 18 at 7pm. Presented by World Financial Center and River to River. Free.


Access Theater
380 Broadway • 212-352-3101 • 212-966-1047 • www.TheaterMania.com

Someone Who'll Watch Over Me Based on the memoir of Irish professor Brian Keenan. A play about survival, humanity, and courage. An Irishman, an American and an Englishman, held hostage in Lebanon, hold on to their sanity and their identity through each other. Thurs. - Sun. thru July 16. $15. www.smarttix.com.

What Comes Next A quirky, modern American road story set on the wagon train trail in the latter days of the Westward Expansion. Thru July 29, Wed. - Sat. at 8pm. $18.

Mazer Theater
197 E. Broadway, bet Clinton & Jefferson Sts., inside the Educational Alliance building • 212-780-2300 x394 • Tickets: 866-468-7619

A Stoop on Orchard Street The show celebrates tenement life on the Lower East Side around 1910. If your ancestors did not come over on the Mayflower, they may have landed at Ellis Island and lived for a time in the tenements on the Lower East Side. Wed., Thurs. & Sat. At 2 & 8pm; Fri. at 8pm; Sun. at 1 & 5pm. Ongoing.

Shooting Star Theatre
40 Peck Slip, bet Front and South Sts. • 718-852-7773 • www.shootingstartheatre.org

John Tobias All of the shocking details from Mr. Tobias's latest expedition in "Animals and Other Lovers." Wed., July 19 & 26 at 8pm. Presented by Montauk Theatre Productions. 718-8527773.

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