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Agenda Cultural: 17 March, 2023


By Roger Costa


Broadway icon star Chita Rivera will grace her fans with a special night at NJPAC, 1 Center Street, Newark performing next to the “Mayor of Broadway” Seth Rudetsky. A renowned singer/dancer/actress who had appeared at several popular productions, including “West Side Story”, “Bye Bye Birdie” and “Chicago”, Chita is a multiple Tony-winner, while Rudetsky leads the SiriusXM DJ program with great repercussion. An intimate evening of hit songs and funny showbiz as well as sophistication and contagious vibe. Presented as part of the American Song series. Saturday, March 25th at 7:30 pm. Tickets $80-$100. INFO:

@The Joyce Theater

New-Zealand-based stunning company Atamira Dance Company will debut at the stage of The Joyce Theater, 175 8th Avenue, from Wednesday March 29 thru Sunday, April 2nd. For the past two decades, the company has been fully engaged and committed to explore the Indigenous voices, traditions and cultural identity of Aotearoa, a native community in their country. Inspired by the powers of a mythological figure, The Octopus, the company will present “Te Wheke”, a complex, vibrant work that journeys through the esoteric dimensions of the human experience through dynamic movements. Tickets start at $10. INFO:

@Miller Theatre

Continuing its Free Pop-Up Concert Series, Miller Theatre at Columbia University, 2960 Broadway, brings the talented violinist Olivia de Prato. Returning with a program of personal importance, featuring new works for violin and electronics, de Prato will perform new works from her recently released album, I A.M. – Artist Mother Project, exploring the connections between motherhood and the pursuit of artistic accomplishment as well as three works from her newest album Panorama. Tuesday, April 4th at 6pm, Free. INFO:

@54 Below

54 Below, Broadway’s Supper Club, presents Hannah Reimann in Hannah Reimann Sings Joni Mitchell’s Blue on Thursday, March 30 at 7pm. Celebrating the iconic Joni Mitchell’s upcoming 80th birthday and her stunning album Blue, Hannah Reimann (vocals, piano, and dulcimer) and Michele Temple (Pere Ubu, Wicked) first played this renowned album in its entirety in 2012 with their colleagues at The Bitter End, where Mitchell played in the 1960s. Since that time, they have performed over 40 songs from Mitchell’s catalogue from seven albums and continue to add more songs to their repertoire with each performance. Tickets $45-$55. INFO:

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