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Agenda Cultural: 13 December, 2023




The most cheerful season of the year is here, and NJPAC, 1 Center Street in Newark, offers the best Holidays Shows for the entire family. On Sunday, December 17th fans of the Tchaikovsky’s beloved classic The Nutcracker will have a delightful time as the State Ballet Theatre of Ukraine takes the stage for this magical and unique Christmas celebration. Formed by dazzling dancers and fueled by good humor and the spirit of Christmas, the show includes hit songs such as “Waltz of the Flowers” and “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”, making it an unforgettable time. At 3pm. Tickets $40-$90. INFO:


If you prefer modern rhythms and upbeat music, THE HIP HOP NUTCRACKER is the show for you. Hosted by Kurtis Blow, one of Hip Hop’s founders brings a group of amazing, professional dancers, reimagining the Tchaikovsky’s classic with lots of energy and an extraordinary sense of community. Here, the most popular ballet in the world becomes a gravity-defying electrifying choreography that is sure to enthrall everyone. Saturday, December 23, at 2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets $50-$80. INFO:

@Film at Lincoln Center

Presented by The Jewish Museum and Film at Lincoln Center, the 33rd annual New York Jewish Film Festival will take place with screenings and special events at both institutions from January 10th thru 24th. Showcasing the Jewish experience around the world, in various genres, styles and times, this year’s selection of films brings 28 exciting new movies, including feature films, docs and shorts. The Opening Film is “One Life”, directed by James Hawes and based on true events, starring two-time Academy Award winner Sir Anthony Hopkins, in an intensely moving performance, as a man who helped save many children from the Holocaust. Other highlights include The Goldman Case, Looking for Chloé, and Rabbi on the Block. INFO:

@The Joyce Theater

The wildly extravagant, contagiously exuberant MOMIX returns to the Joyce Theater, 175 8th Avenue, Manhattan right in time for the Holiday season. Led by Artistic Director and choreographer Moses Pendleton, the company will perform some of their best and most popular works, celebrating their 40th anniversary and highlighting their remarkable inventive style. A crosscut between the surreal, the magical and the limitless sensuality of modern dance, Momix heats up the temperatures with their distinguished energy and artistry influenced by the physical demands of circus. From December 19th thru January 7th. Tickets start at $10. INFO:


Final days to discover two essential exhibitions at MoMA, 11 West 53rd Street. Portuguese artist Alexandre Estrela’s “Flat Bells” can be seen thru January 7th. Inspired by geometry, print and animation, the exhibition brings amazing works in digital and video installations. On the 6th floor thru January 13, ED RUSCHA/NOW THEN (pic.), a comprehensive solo retrospective on the celebrated artist who created many famous logos, including the 20th Century Fox’s. Presenting the various mediums and forms crafted by the artist, including painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, installation and others, visitors will discover some of this influential postwar American artist’s most impactful works. INFO:



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