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Agenda Cultural: 20 August, 2021

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By Roger Costa

@The Joyce Theater

The renowned dance theater located at 175 8th Avenue in Chelsea, Manhattan, house for a variety of National and International contemporary dance companies will open its door for in-person performances for the first time since the Pandemic struck. A great way of welcoming audiences back to the theater experience, the Joyce will kick off the Fall 2021/Winter 2022 season with a lineup of acclaimed companies, including the return of audience’s favorites such as Complexions, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Martha Graham Dance Company and Parsons Dance. The season’s first company to perform live on stage will be Ragamala Dance Company, a celebration of traditional and spiritual Indian dance, running September 22-26. The following shows scheduled are: the choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo bringing the world premiere of the dramatic ballet “It Starts Now”, and the collaborative work “Swing Out” accompanied by live music on stage. INFO: www.joyce.org

@Museum of the Moving Image

The mega exhibition “Envisioning 2001: Stanley Kubrick’s Space Odyssey” takes the visitors inside the cult film’s original sets, memorabilia, objects, photos and costumes originally used in its conception. Fans of the polemic and visionary director, science fiction in general and space stories will have until September 26th to check it out, as it closes after a successful long run. Located at 36-01 35th Avenue in Astoria, Queens, the Museum also hosts major film exhibitions, both current releases and classics in 70mm (the See It Big! series) and other prestigious exhibitions such as “The Jim Henson Exhibition” and “D’Oh! Animating America’s Funniest Family”. INFO: www.movingimage.us

Cézanne Drawing

@MoMA

The major summer exhibition Cézanne Drawing is on view thru September 25 on the 3rd floor. A favorite among visitors and the most expansive exhibition to open during the Pandemic, it features more than 250 rarely seen works on paper, made by the painter Paul Cezanne. He was inspired by his relationship with wife and son, creating works on pencil and kaleidoscopic watercolor reflecting luminosity and also observing their routine family lives and the useful objects surrounding them. MoMA (11 West 53rd Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues) is open until 7 pm on Saturdays, and 5:30 pm Sunday-Friday. Check out also the Outdoor Film Screenings set at the Sculpture Garden. INFO: www.moma.org

@NJPAC

The annual free outdoor musical series Horizon Foundation Sounds of the City will present the iconic reggae band Third World in its stage set on Chambers Plaza across from the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (1 Center Street, Newark). Turning 45 years as one of Jamaica’s most powerful musical movements, Third World features original songs composed with blends of reggae roots, R&B, pop, rock, jazz and blues. Thursday, August 26th at 6 pm. Free. INFO: www.njpac.org


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