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NINE DAYS IN BROOKLYN
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Raise the Roof: The Israeli ensemble 12th Night Klezmer will play
at the holiday concert “Hannukkah On the Roof,” at On Stage at
Kingsborough on Dec. 15.
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Cabaret star Meow
Meow takes on the
traditions of the season
in her satirical
show “A Very Meow
playing at the Brooklyn
Music through Saturday
exquisite songs, elaborate
plenty of glitter!
7:30 pm at BAM Harvey
Theater 651 Fulton St.
between Rockland and
Ashland Places in Fort
Greene, (718) 636–4100,
It’s muppet madness!
Start the day with a
free screening of “A
Carol” at Industry
City’s Factory Floor
(268 36th St. between
Second and Third
avenues in Sunset
com) at 11:30 am, and
end it with a live rendition
of Jim Henson’s
“Emmett Otter’s Jug
Band Christmas,” performed
by the Salt
7 pm at the Way Station
(683 Washington Ave.
between St. Marks
Avenue and Prospect
Place in Prospect Heights,
(718) 627–4949, waystationbk.
Make a list
Time to get your
done! The borough is
filled with seasonal
markets, but we especially
like the Brooklyn
Holiday Bazaar, which
offers more than 40
vendors selling their
crafty creations, along
with food, warming
drinks, activities for
the kids, and free giftwrapping.
11 am–5 pm at 501 Union
(501 Union St. between
Bond and Nevins streets
in Gowanus, brooklynholidaybazaar.
Embrace the season
of indulgence by
combining ice cream
and alcohol! At
tonight’s Boozy Ice
Cream Taste Test, at
the Ice & Vice booth
inside the Time Out
Market in Dumbo,
you can sample 10
new flavors of boozeinfused
dairy. If you
guess all the flavors
correctly, you will
leave with a pint —
and everyone gets a
7 pm at Time Out Market
New York (55 Water St.
between Main and Old
Dock streets in Dumbo,
The House of Yes celebrates
with its 10th annual
an irreverent, overthe
top show of festive
with dancing presents,
and reindeer in bondage.
extravaganza runs for
a week, but if you go
tonight, you can tell
people you got there
8 pm at House of Yes 2
Wyckoff Ave. at Jefferson
Street in Bushwick, (646)
org. $40 ($80 VIP).
FRI, DEC. 13
MARKET, INDUSTRY CITY HOLIDAY
MARKET: A weekend market with
handmade jewelry, candles, home
accessories, and more. 11 am–7 pm.
Free. Industry City Holiday Market,
33 35th St. between Second and
Third avenues, second fl oor, Sunset
MUSIC, A GRAMERCY OPERA
CHRISTMAS: The opera company
performs “Story of an Hour,” followed
by “A Child’s Christmas in
Wales” and selections from “A
Christmas Carol.” 7 pm. $30 ($25
students, kids 10 and younger free).
Montauk Club, 25 Eighth Ave. at
Lincoln Place, Park Slope. (905) 302–
MUSIC, JESSE TERRY: The singer,
songwriter, and guitarist plays a
house party in Boerum Hill (exact location
revealed with ticket purchase).
7 pm. $20. Paul’s Brooklyn House
MUSIC, CHRISTMAS CLASSICS CONCERT:
Featuring classic Christmas
carols and heartwarming legends.
7:30 pm. Free. Saints Constantine
and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral,
64 Schermerhorn St. between
Court Street and Boerum Place,
LGBT, GAYMING WONDERLAND:
NYC Gaymers holds a winter fundraising
party with tabletop and
arcade games, karaoke, raffl es, and
drag performances. 8 pm. Free.
Wonderville, 1186 Broadway between
Lafayette Avenue and Van
Buren Street, Bushwick. facebook.
THEATER, SLEEPING CAR PORTERS:
A pitch-black comedy that explores
western masculine myth through a
phantasmagoria of power, violence,
and mystery. 8 pm. $20. The Brick,
575 Metropolitan Ave. between
Union Avenue and Lorimer Street,
Williamsburg. (718) 907–6189. bricktheater.
THEATER, “THE LION, THE WITCH,
AND THE WARDROBE”: The
Heights Players perform C.S. Lewis’s
magical tale of four children who
visit a fantasy land where animals
talk and winter never ends. 8 pm.
$20 ($18 seniors and children). John
Bourne Theater, 26 Willow Pl., beat
Lakeside, 171 East Dr. at Ocean
Avenue. (718) 462–0010. lakesidebrooklyn.
MARKET, GOWANUS HOLIDAY FLEA:
A family-friendly, dog-friendly market
of Brooklyn talent, featuring gifts
and fresh food and drinks. Noon–
4:30 pm. Free. Gowanus Canal
Dredgers boathouse, 165 Second
St. at Bond Street, Gowanus. (718)
FAMILY, “THE LION, THE WITCH,
AND THE WARDROBE”: 2 pm. See
THEATER, “LITTLE WOMEN, THE MUSICAL”:
2 pm and 8 pm. See Dec. 13.
MUSIC, A GRAMERCY OPERA
CHRISTMAS: 3 pm. See Dec. 13.
HOLIDAY, KLEZMER HANUKKAH
PARTY: A celebration of the Hanukkah
season with music and crafts. 4
pm. $20. Congregation Beth Elohim
Early Childhood Center, Eighth Ave.
and Garfi eld Place, Park Slope. (718)
768–3814 X210. congregationbethelohim.
MUSIC, ROOTS N’RUCKUS FEST: 7
pm. See Dec. 13.
HOLIDAY, JINGLE BELL JAMBOREE:
A family concert and singalong. 7
pm. $10 suggested donation. Old
First Reformed Church, 729 Carroll
St. between Sixth and Seventh avenues,
Park Slope. (718) 638–8300.
MUSIC, OM WITH EMEL
MATHLOUTHI: 7 pm. $28 ($25 in
advance). Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer
St. between Imlay and Conover
streets. (718) 596–3001. pioneerworks.
THEATER, “THE LION, THE WITCH,
AND THE WARDROBE”: 8 pm. See
COMEDY, WOULD YOU RATHER?:
Andre Medrano and Maggie Maxwell
invite the funniest people they
know and ask them the tough, silly
questions. 8 pm. Free. Friends and
See 9 DAYS on page 10
tween Joralemon and State streets,
Brooklyn Heights. (718) 237–2752.
THEATER, “LITTLE WOMEN, THE
MUSICAL”: A musical adaptation of
Louisa May Alcott’s novel, following
the adventures of 19th century sisters
Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy March.
8 pm. $20–$30. Gallery Players, 199
14th St. between Fourth and Fifth
avenues, Park Slope. (212) 352–3101.
MUSIC, ROOTS N’ RUCKUS FEST:
Come out to enjoy four free nights
of music from different artists who
are from all over. 8 pm. Free. Jalopy
Theatre, 315 Columbia St. between
Hamilton Avenue and Woodhull
Street, Red Hook. (718) 395–3214.
MUSIC, BROOKLYN CHAMBER
MUSIC SOCIETY: Music for a string
quartet. 8 pm. $35 ($20 students).
First Unitarian Church Chapel, 119
Pierrepont St. at Monroe Place.
FILM, THE MAGICAL FLOOOT 3 FESTIVAL
OF ANIMATION: A festival
of hand-drawn animation. 8 pm. $5.
Tomato House, 301 Saratoga Ave.
between Pacifi c and Dean streets
in Crown Heights. (347) 770–7813.
SAT, DEC. 14
MARKET, BWAC UNIQUE HOLIDAY
GIFTS: The Brooklyn Waterfront
Makers Market offers a unique assortment
of handmade creations.
10:30 am–5 pm. Free. Brooklyn
Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont St.
at Clinton Street. (718) 596–2506.
MARKET, INDUSTRY CITY HOLIDAY
MARKET: 11 am–7 pm. See Dec. 13.
MARKET, PS118 HOLIDAY MARKET:
Each fl oor of the school is transformed
into a festive wonderland,
fi lled with children’s activities, crafts,
jewelry, and more. All proceeds
benefi t PS118. 11 am–5 pm. Free. PS
118, 211 Eighth St. at Fourth Avenue.
MARKET, PS 58 HOLIDAY MARKET:
PS 58’s third annual Holiday
Market will feature dozens of local
vendors, kids craft activities, snacks,
and raffl es! 11 am–5 pm. Free. PS
58, 330 Smith St. at Carroll Street,
Carroll Gardens. (718) 330–9322. ps-
HOLIDAY, BROOKLYN POP-UP HOLIDAY
FAIR AT LAKESIDE: An artisan
holiday market featuring a variety of
handmade, local, sustainable goods.
11 am–6 pm. Free. LeFrak Center
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