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Agenda Cultural Christmas ‘21

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By Roger Costa

@The Joyce Theater

The amusing and sensational all-male ballerinas troupe Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo continues its 2021 run at The Joyce Theater thru January 2nd. An audience Favorite and crowd-pleasing show, the company celebrates the joy and fun of the Holidays season with the Premiere of their latest work, Nightcrawlers, as well as many segments of parodying classic ballet and its traditional methods. The program also features Le Grand Pas de Quatre and the hilarious Majisimas. The Joyce Theater is located at 175 8th Avenue in Manhattan. Tickets $10.-$71. INFO: www.Joyce.org

@New York Jewish Film Festival 2022

The Jewish Museum and Film at Lincoln Center will host the 31st annual New York Jewish Film Festival running January 12 thru 25th and featuring in-person screenings, New York and US Premieres and available Virtually. The line-up showcases 33 films, examining the Jewish condition, culture and perspective seen through varied stories, bold new films from all over the globe. The Opening Night will offer Mano Khalil’s “Neighbours”, while the Centerpiece selection is the award-winning Canadian production “Sin La Habana”. The Closing Night selection will be “Rose”, a sensation at Locarno, where it took home the Variety Piazza Grande Award. The in-person screenings will take place at Walter Reade Theater, 165 65th Street and Broadway. INFO: www.NYJFF.org

@Museum of the Moving Image

Fans of animation and The Grinch will have a blast with an exclusive exhibition at the iconic Astoria’s Museum of the Moving Image located at 36-01 35 Avenue. “A Wonderful, Awful Idea: Animating the Grinch Who Stole Christmas” features sketches, animation cels and backgrounds from the celebrated short “Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” made for television by director Chuck Jones. Lively, colorful and full of adventure, the exhibition compiles 40 pieces from the private collection of Bill Heeter and Kristi Correa. Thru February 27th. INFO: www.MovingImage.us

@MoMA

Time is running for cars lovers to explore MoMA’s exuberant and dynamic exhibition “Automania”. Through January 2nd, it showcases the culture, vanity, importance and social transformation relating to the innovation and consumerism of auto in the 20th Century. Visitors will have a last look at incredible models, including an Airstream Trailer and a restored Volkswagen Type 1 sedan, cars parts, architectural models, paintings and more. Classic films lovers looking to celebrate the Holidays with an old fashioned flick and avoid the crowds at the multiplex, should check the Festival dedicated to Italian master Fellini with in-person screenings and virtual running thru January 12. INFO: www.MoMA.org

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!


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