Come to tonight for . TinyRhino offers six playwrights, five dramatic elements and audience participation. Whenever you notice one of the five dramatic elements occur on the stage, you take a drink. Besides theatrics and cocktail giveaways, the night also includes live jazz.
is offering your kid’s first kung fu classes for free. The Academy is taught by Tzyann Hsu, who began her training at 16 years old. Born in Taiwan, she moved to New York and has been teaching Tai Chi in Park Slope for over 15 years. The Academy is affiliated with Yee's Hung Ga International Kung Fu Association.
Don’t miss today at . Caribbean beats, Jewish folk songs and melodies about dinosaurs, subways and buses make up the fall session play list of City Stomp, an early childhood music program that focuses on making music that families enjoy as much as the children do.
Stop by the to see . Miriam is a dance funeral created by Nora Chipaumire and directed by Eric Ting. Violent and passionate, it explores the relationship between two women, one based on the Virgin Mary, Joan of Arch, Venus Hottentot and Nzinga.
The is presenting . Brooklyn Art Song Society (BASS) is proud to announce its 2012-2013 season opener- part one of its four-part series Schubert: The Last Year. The program features three masterful piano four-hand works alongside some of the composer’s most beloved lieder. From charming songs like Die Sterne to the dramatic and monumental Fantasy in f minor, this concert displays the amazing emotional range of Schubert’s music.