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Agenda Cultural: 4 October, 2023


By Roger Costa


Known as one of America’s funniest comedians, TV star and producer George Lopez will present some of his insights on Latin American culture, politics, modern behavior and other issues, with his tour “Alllriiigghhttt!!!”, creating a hilarious night for the audience. NJPAC, 1 Center Street, Newark will host this celebrated artist who’s been in specials at ABC, NetFlix, TBS as well as many movies. He can be seen in theaters with Blue Beetle, as the superhero’s rocker uncle. Friday, October 20th at 8pm. Tickets $50-$100. INFO:

@The Joyce Theater

An original Joyce Theater production, HopeBoykinDance will make its Joyce debut with “States Of Hope”, a modern and poetic blend of theater and dance performed by eight vocal dancers including Hope Boykin herself. Drawn from her childhood memories and real experiences with dance through the years, the choreographer, dancer and director will bring her distinguished body-language to life illuminating the stage of the Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, corner of 19th Street in Chelsea, Manhattan, from October 17-22. Contemplative and personal, it features music by jazz percussionist Ali Jackson. Tickets start at $10. INFO:

@Carnegie Hall

On October 8th at 8pm, Bossa Nova gets a special 60th anniversary celebration at the historic Carnegie Hall in New York City led by Daniel Jobim and Seu Jorge. The event will revive classics and some tunes as the result of its influence over generations of great musicians all over the world. Paying tribute to composers such as Tom Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes and Newton Mendonça, “The Greatest Night of Bossa Nova” also brings Carlinhos Brown, Carol Biazin and Roberto Menescal for this one-of-a-kind musical journey. Hosted by Serginho Groisman. Tickets start at $94. INFO:

@Radio City Music Hall

One of Brazil’s most beloved rock bands, Titas is coming to New York’s Radio City Music Hall this Friday, October 6th. Bringing their sensational national hit tour “Encontro” which reunites the original members of the band after years of hiatus, the group will perform their most popular hits such as “Comida”, “Sonifera Ilha”, “E Preciso Saber Viver” and others, promising to be a night to remember. Tickets start at $80. INFO:


The Museum of Modern Arts, 11 West 53rd Street, will add some new work for the Collections gallery 516 on the 5th floor. Starting October 6th visitors will experience “Plaster”, a very important material in art’s history, which will transcend into new sculptural forms, in this compilation on the early years of the 20th century. It features rarely seen works by artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Max Ernst, and Pablo Picasso, among others, displaying their passion and commitment to the sculpture form. INFO:

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