The Downtown Brooklyn Arts Festival is a great exhibition of Brooklyn’s local artists showcasing their incredible talent and creativity in art, drama, theater, music and much more. It’s also a free event, and there will be tours, readings, talks, exhibits and much more to celebrate art in Brooklyn. Check out their website for more information
Banned in it’s country after its premiere in 1703, The Love Suicides At Sonezaki, is now entering US production with an interpretated version by artist Hiroshi Sugimoto. Witness the beauty and artisty of puppet theater that captures the timely and lively movement of humans. Come down and see this at Rose Theater at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P.
Take a trip to Brazil via Hell’s Kitchen every Wednesday nights for dinner and Sunday afternoons for brunch at Samba Kitchen & Bar’s live samba music with no cover charge. Enjoy a selection of handcrafted drinks and bites as you move to the rhythms of Brazilian music. With Jackie Ribas on vocals, Negah Santos on percussion and Wesley