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Agenda Cultural: 24 June, 2022


By Roger Costa

@The Town Hall

Scott Siegel’s traditional Broadway By The Year continues its successful 2022 season with another roast of talented singers, artists and musicians taking the stage of the historical The Town Hall, 123 43rd Street in Manhattan, on Monday June 27th at 8pm. “Almost On Broadway” will celebrate songs from shows played Off-Broadway and in other parts of the country. The cast includes Christine Andreas (“Oklahoma!”), Crystal Joy (“Motown”), Danny Gardner (“Flying Over Sunset”), Jason Graae (“Forever Plaid”) and other special guests, performing popular songs from “The Fantasticks”, “Forbidden Broadway”, “When Pigs Fly” and more. (Photo: Sachyn Mital.) Tickets are $57-$67. INFO:

@Symphony Space

The traditional Valentina Kozlova International Ballet Competition wraps up this Friday at 7pm at Symphony Space (95th street and Broadway), with live performances from some of the most promising young stars in the world, as well as the announcement of its 2022 Awards. Celebrating its 10th anniversary hosting the competition that gathers over 100 ballet students and professional dancers from around the globe, including Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, Venezuela and South Korea, the event will have the participation of renowned judges such as Ricardo Scheir (photo), the director of Pavilhao Centro de Artes in Sao Paulo, who will introduce Brazilian dancer Humberto Teixeira for a pas de deux, alongside Mari Sugawa. Other judges include David Parsons, Founder of Parsons Dance, and Melanie Person, co-director of Ailey School. INFO:

@Governors Island

The Outdoor Movies Summer series will kick off next Friday, July 1st with the screening of the modern classic “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” under the stars. Presented by Film at Lincoln Center and the Cultural Affairs of Governors Island, the event is free and open for the public. There will be a DJ live music set starting around 7 pm, while visitors can also get drinks and food from local vendors, and the screening taking place at Sunset around 8:40 pm. INFO:


The Department of Film is bringing a whole Summer-long Horror Film series spanning years in the making of the haunting (and popularly profitable) genre. “Horror: Messaging the Monstrous” runs June 23 thru September 5 exploring diverse themes ranging from Slashers, Race, Gender, Place, Body, Folk, Women, Eco and Creatures. The selection includes titles such as “Psycho”, “Dawn of the Dead 3D”, “Scream”, “Friday the 13th” and other cult, hits and classics, as well as contemporary works such as the acclaimed “It Follows”. INFO:

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