10 Things To Do This Weekend

Thursday, April 13, 2017

It’s that time of year! Brooklyn’s famous flea market and Smorgasburg food market are opening up again. Get outside and enjoy the fresh scent of Spring. Check out everything we’ve got listed for the weekend below.

Paris Refashioned, 1957-1968

April 14-15

The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, 7th Avenue and 27th Street

View the works of legendary Parisian designers and be amazed by the parallels between ’50s and ’60s fashion and today’s hottest trends. For more information visit here.

Dear Evan Hansen: Ben Platt and Michael Greif in Conversation at the 92 Street Y

Sunday, April 16, 7:30 p.m.

92Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue

Join actor Ben Platt and Tony Award nominated director Michael Greif for a discussion about this fresh, vibrant and utterly groundbreaking new musical, moderated by This American Life’s Ira Glass. Tickets are $50. For more information visit here.

Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival

April 16, 10 a.m.

Along Fifth Avenue

Head to St. Patrick’s Cathedral and watch the hats go by in this iconic parade. All bonnet-wearers are welcome to take part in the event. For more information visit here.

New York International Auto Show 

April 14-23

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 West 34th Street

Stroll through over 1,000 cars and trucks at North America’s first and largest-attended auto show. The event includes a trivia night, celebrity appearances and tours around the venue. Tickets are $17. For more information visit here.

My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea

April 14-27

Metrograph, 7 Ludlow Street

Comic book artist Dash Shaw’s debut film is about two high school journalists who learn about an administration cover-up. The cast includes Jason Schwartzman, Lena Dunham, Maya Rudolph and Susan Sarandon. Tickets are $15. For more information visit here.

The Little Foxes

Through June 18

Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, 261 West 47th Street

Lillian Hellman’s 1939 drama brings its audience back to the South at the turn of the century. The production stars Tony nominee Laura Linney and Tony Winner Cynthia Nixon as they battle greed and ambition. Tickets are $70-$150. For more information visit here.

Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction

April 15-August 13

Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street

The MoMA’s newest exhibition highlights the work of woman artists from 1945 to 1968. With over 100 pieces—including sculptures, paintings, photographs, drawings, ceramics and more—this exhibition is a must see. Featured artists include Joan Mitchell, Agnes Martin, Lee Krasner and Louise Bourgeois. For more information visit here.

The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s

Through August 20

Cooper Hewitt, 2 East 91st Street

Explore the architecture, music, interior design, jewelry and fashion of the Roaring Twenties at this exciting exhibition. For more information visit here.


Weekends through October 29

Saturdays at East River State Park, 90 Kent Avenue

Sundays at Prospect Park at Breeze Hill East Drive at Lincoln Road

Brooklyn’s greatest food market is back just in time for the beautiful weather! Try new additions like Burrito Juarez and Ube Kitchen. Entry is free. For more information visit here.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory


Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 205 West 46th Street

Your favorite childhood movie is back on Broadway! Starring Christian Borle as Willy Wonka, the musical brings Roald Dahl’s book to life. Tickets are $79-$169. For more information visit here.


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by Michael GrossPhotographed by Joe Schildhorn and Darian DiCianno/BFA.com