Sunday, January 31, 3:00 pm. $25 adult/$12.50 children.
The Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company performs in an all-new celebration of Chinese arts and culture commemorating the Year of the Monkey, a year characterized by cleverness, curiosity, and playful mischief.
Sunday, Jan. 31, 9:00 am – noon. Hannah Senesh Community Day School. $5.
(Rescheduled from last Sunday.) Tu Bishvat is the Birthday of the Trees in Israel. Celebrate with interactive storytelling, crafts and environmentally inspired art workshops run by local artists and community organizations.
Sunday, January 31, 7:30 pm. $15 (adults only).
This adults-only benefit is for 826NYC, the free literary tutoring and writing workshop for kids, operating out of the Superhero Supply Store on 5th Ave.
Maeve Higgins welcomes a host of equally ubiquitous NYC comedians including Chris Gethard, Seaton Smith, Naomi Ekperigin, Giulia Rozzi, Sean Donnelly and Katina Corrao for a nonstop stand-up marathon in support of 826NYC, which develops creative, writing and education initiatives for students age 6–18.
Saturday, February 6, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. Free.
At the Hotel Pennsylvania, 702 7th Avenue (Between 32nd and 33rd Streets), Manhattan. NYC’s biggest fair for young people with disabilities and their families. This annual event includes year-round afterschool, sports, travel, and arts programs. Vendors include camps for children with disabilities, as well as landmark NYC institutions such as the 92nd Street Y, the New York Public Library, the Intrepid, the Museum of Natural History, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, to name a few. The fair is free for families, and fully accessible. Children are welcome.
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, January 29 – February 14. Go here for showtimes. $15 adults, $12 kids with code SEUSS4SCHOOLS
In this re-envisioned Seussical, a small boy with a big imagination wanders into a theatre where a troupe of actors create a show inspired by the Dr. Seuss books. Blending favorite Seuss characters such as Horton, Jojo, Gertrude McFuzz, and, of course, The Cat in the Hat, the production embraces the simple magic of theatre in order to reveal the essential beauty of imagination. Buy tickets here. Families at local schools can get $3 off each ticket purchased using the code SEUSS4SCHOOLS.