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NINE DAYS IN BROOKLYN
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Wander down to
Dumbo this evening
for a bit and byte of
culture at the A.I.R.
Gallery, which will
host an opening
reception for three
Memory and Motherboards,”
Paterson, a collection
of embroidery and
needlework in the
shape of circuit
chips, and motherboards.
6–8 pm at A.I.R. Gallery
(155 Plymouth St.
between Pearl and Jay
streets, www.airgaller y.
This screening of
“Phantom of the
Opera” will have live
piano music, but no
Andrew Lloyd Webber
tunes! The Brooklyn
Silent Movie Matinee
will show the original,
1925 version of the
film, starring Lon
Chaney as the operatic
Noon at Brooklyn Public
Library’s Dweck Center
10 Grand Army Plaza.
Eastern Parkway and
Flatbush Avenue in
Prospect Heights, (718)
on Eastern Parkway. Free.
The Brooklyn Academy
of Music opens
its fall season with
the dance piece
“Swan Lake/Loch na
hEala” an adaptation
of the classic ballet
that fuses its haunting
story with Irish
folklore and current
events, making its
mythical story feel
compelling to modern
7:30 pm at BAM Harvey
Theater 651 Fulton St.
between Rockwell and
Ashland places in Fort
Greene, (718) 636–4100,
Red all over
As the host of the
WNYC podcast “The
Stakes,” Kai Wright
has a knack for getting
to the heart of
an issue, so we look
forward to his moderation
talk “Redlining and
about the systematic
banking practice of
denying loans to
people of color,
which lasted an odiously
6:30 pm at Brooklyn
Historical Society 128
Pierrepont St. at Clinton
Street in Brooklyn
Heights, (718) 222–4111,
Barry (pictured), a
recent winner of the
grant and a promoter
of joyful free expression
and intuitive art
making, chats with
Ware, creator of
some of the most
7:30 pm at Murmrr
Theatre (17 Eastern Pkwy.
between Grand Army
Plaza and Underhill
Avenue in Prospect
FRI, OCT. 11
DANCE, DUMBO DANCE FESTIVAL:
A four-day spectacle of dance featuring
70 companies from New York
and around the world. $15 ($100
opening night gala). 7 pm and 9 pm.
Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center 29 Jay
St. at Plymouth Street in Dumbo,
(718) 330–1234, gkartscenter.org.
READING, “ALL THE RESTAURANTS
IN NEW YORK”: Artist John
Donohue presents images from his
new book of restaurant drawings. All
are welcome to attend. Free. 7 pm.
Park Slope Food Coop 782 Union
St., second fl oor, between Sixth and
Seventh avenues in Park Slope, (718)
FILM, CROWN HEIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL:
A three-night festival with
free indie movies, free popcorn, free
bottled water, and a free after-party
with wine and live music. Free. 7 pm.
FiveMyles 558 St. John’s Place between
Classon and Franklin avenues
in Crown Heights, (718) 783–4438,
TOUR, MOONLIGHT TOUR OF THE
GREEN-WOOD CEMETERY: Explore
the cemetery’s tombstones
under the glow of the full moon, with
tour guide historian Jeff Richman
and live accordion music. Bring a
fl ashlight. $25. 7 pm. Green-Wood
Cemetery Fifth Avenue and 25th
Street in Greenwood Heights, (718)
ART, “ANTHROPOCENE BLUES”
OPENING RECEPTION: A group
exhibit by members of the Wayfarers.
Free. 7–10 pm. Wayfarers (1109
Dekalb Ave. between Broadway and
Malcolm X Boulevard in Bushwick),
FUND-RAISER, HURRICANE DORIAN
RELIEF FUNDRAISER: Bands, solo
musicians, comedians, and a storyteller
perform to raise funds for
those affected by Hurricane Dorian.
$6. 7:30 pm. Rubulad (rsvp to rubulad@
outlook.com for Bushwick address
NIGHTLIFE, “QUEEN OF HEARTS”:
An extravagantly baroque burlesque
show loosely inspired by “Alice in
Wonderland.” $85–$155. 8 pm.
Company XIV 383 Troutman St. between
Wyckoff and Irving avenues
in Bushwick, (866) 811–4111, www.
DANCE, DUMBO DANCE FESTIVAL:
2, 4, 6 and 8 pm. See Friday, Oct. 11.
TOUR, DEAD DISTILLERS TOUR: A
trolley tour exploring Green-Wood
Cemetery’s permanent residents
with whiskey connections, followed
by drinks at Kings County Distillery.
$40. 2 pm. Green-Wood Cemetery
Fifth Avenue and 25th Street in
Greenwood Heights, (718) 210–
ART, CLOTH SCULPTING WORKSHOP:
Learn how to mix clay with
raffi a fi bers to create new sculptures.
$5 suggested donation. 3 pm. Old
Stone House 336 Third St. between
Fourth and Fifth avenues in Park
Slope, (718) 768–3195, www.theoldstonehouse.
NIGHTLIFE, “QUEEN OF HEARTS”: 5
pm and 10 pm. See Friday, Oct. 11.
FILM, CROWN HEIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL:
7 pm. See Friday, Oct. 11.
HOT GLASS COLD BEER: A night of
glass blowing, neon bending, and
fl ameworking demonstrations,
with each visitor getting a unique
hand-blown drinking glass. $27. 7
pm. Brooklyn Glass 142 13th St.
between Second and Third avenues
in Gowanus, (718) 569–2110, brooklynglass.
READING, THE FORGOTTEN BEASTS
OF FREEBASE: A literary and visual
storytelling event focused on crack
cocaine epidemic in the black and
Latin community. Free. 7 pm. Brooklyn
Social (335 Smith St. between
President and Carroll streets in Carroll
THEATER, “THE LAST NIGHT OF BALLYHOO”:
8 pm. See Friday, Oct. 11.
MUSIC, DISQO VOLANTE: A night of
“technojazz saxophone.” Free. 8
pm. Mirror Tea House 575 Union St.
between Third Avenue and Nevins
Street in Gowanus, (917) 909–0577,
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THEATER, “THE LAST NIGHT OF
BALLYHOO”: A comedy-drama
about a Jewish family in Atlanta high
society in 1939. $20. 8 pm. Heights
Players 26 Willow Pl. between Joralemon
and State streets in Brooklyn
Heights, (718) 237–2752, www.
COMEDY, HOUSE OF BRICKS: A riproaring
comedy show featuring Martin
Urbano, Chloe Radcliffe, Jordan
Jensen, and more. Free. 8 pm. Pine
Box Rock Shop 12 Grattan St. between
Bogart Street and Morgan Avenue
in Bushwick, (718) 366–6311,
COMEDY, TINDER LIVE! WITH LANE
MOORE: Moore transforms the banter
on the social media app Tinder
into long form improvisation for this
comedy show. $15-$18. 8pm. Littlefi
eld (635 Sackett St. between Third
and Fourth avenues in Gowanus),
MUSIC, KAZU: Kazu Makino, of the
band Blonde Redhead, plays from
her new ambient album “Adult
Baby.” $25. 9 pm. Rough Trade NYC
64 N. Ninth St. between Kent and
Wythe avenues in Williamsburg,
(718) 388–4111, www.roughtradenyc.
SAT, OCT. 12
TALK, MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS
DAY: A day with social service agencies,
resources, health care providers,
and entertainment in the Bandshell.
Free. 9 am–3 pm. Prospect
Park Grand Army Plaza entrance
Flatbush Avenue and Eastern Parkway
in Park Slope, (818) 491–8526.
FILM, THE CRAFT: Part of a festival of
witchy fi lms. $13. 11 am. Nitehawk
Cinema Prospect Park (188 Prospect
Park West at 14th Street in Park
ART, “FALL IN, FALL OUT”: The Brooklyn
Waterfront Artists Coalition
displays work by its members that
tries to defi ne their worlds as life falls
in and falls out before them. Also
featuring the exhibits “Color,” and
“Spatial Relations.”” Free. 1–6 pm.
Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition
499 Van Brunt St., near Reed
Street in Red Hook, (718) 596–2506,
RED HOOK OPEN STUDIOS 2019:
Visit artist studios and workspaces all
over Red Hook. Free. 1–6 pm. Pioneer
Works 159 Pioneer St. between
Imlay and Conover streets in Red
Hook, (718) 596–3001, pioneer-
Photo by Jason Speakman