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Agenda Cultural: 15 November, 2023


By Roger Costa

@New York City Center

Renowned and essential dance company Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is ready to enchant audiences and newcomers again during its annual Holiday month-long celebration season at New York City Center, 131 West 55th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues. For its 65th anniversary season, the company expands the wide range of creative voices introducing Amy Hall Garner’s “Century” and Elizabeth Roxas-Dobrish’s “Me Myself and You”, both set to World Premiere as new additions to their repertory. Along with Ailey’s favorite such as “Revelations” and “Night Creature” it also features Ronald K. Brown’s Dancing Spirit (2009), Alonzo King’s Following the Subtle Current Upstream (2000), Jamar Roberts’ Ode (2019), and Hans van Manen’s Solo (1997). Alvin Ailey and its fabulous dancers are the perfect show for the Holidays. From November 29 thru December 31. Tickets start at $32. Photo by Dario Calmese. INFO:


Colombian pop star is making a full-stop in NJ with his latest tour VIAJANTE. Winner of 7 Grammy awards, and nominated for his last album of the same name, the 20-year plus career superstar is bringing smash hits such as  “Te Mando Flores,” “Eres mi Sueño,” “Arroyito,” “Vine a Buscarte” and “Enrédame” that are sure to keep you dancing and energized with the harmonious musical combinations of his compositions. Saturday, December 2nd at 8pm. Tickets start at $49. INFO:

@The Joyce Theater

Exploring the boundless potential of sound, “Bzzz” is an inventive and energized contemporary work created and choreographed by artist Caleb Teicher. A vigorous combination of tap dance, street dance, and beatboxing, it is an adventurous and immersive experience featuring world-champion beatboxers Chris Celiz and Gene Shinozaki, tap dancers Jared Alexander, Ava Brooks, Naomi Funaki, John Manzari, Makayla Ryan, and Funmi Sofola. December 12-17 at the Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue. Tickets start at $10. INFO:

@African Diaspora International Film Festival

ADIFF NYC 2023 will present to the audiences in the tri-state area a diverse array of comedies, compelling dramas, and thought-provoking documentaries hailing from major film festivals including Berlinale (The Survival of Kindness), Cannes (Nome, Good Bye Julia), Toronto (Wulu), Locarno (Big Little Women), FESPACO (Thorns of the Sahel) and more. Alongside these offerings, the festival is featuring works by both independent American and international filmmakers. As a special addition to the main event, ADIFF NYC 2023 is set to introduce a Mini Virtual Festival, showcasing a curated selection of films accessible to audiences nationwide. From November 24 thru December 10 at Cinema Village, Columbia University, AMC Harlem and other venues. INFO:

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