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Agenda Cultural: 6th March, 2024


By Roger Costa

@David Koch Theater

Marking its American premiere and based on the poetry of master Chinese poet Su Dongpo, “Dongpo: Life in Poems” is the new, remarkably poetic and deeply engaged modern dance show choreographed by Shen Wei. Wei is well-known for creating the opening ceremony for the Beijing Olympics, and founded his own company in 2000. Performing at Lincoln Center’s David Koch Theater, March 15 thru 17, the show is coming fresh off Shanghai, where it premiered last fall, to tell a deeply sensitive and meditative story thru modern ballet. Performed by China Oriental Performing Arts Group Co., Ltd., Meishan Song and Dance Theatre. Co-Presented by American Dance Festival. INFO:

@Melrose Ballroom

Iconic rock and hip hop Brazilian star Marcelo Falcao will perform a specil one-night event at NYC’s Melrose Ballroom on March 30th starting at 9pm. The Opening set will be rising DJ star VDJS, known for his mastery spins on Funk and electronic music. The former leader of the popular O Rappa band, Falcao is one of Brazil’s hottest and most human-committed musicians and composers of the new century. INFO:

@Museum of the Moving Image

The celebrated First Look Film Festival brings new, bold, stylish and experimental films to Astoria’s Momi, showcasing emerging filmmakers and new trends in storytelling. In its 13th edition, the festival runs March 13-17 and features acclaimed premieres such as “Sujo”, “The Echo” and “Achilles” from Iran. Most directors will be in attendance. INFO:


Celebrating Irish culture, dance and traditional rhythms, the amazing Trinity Irish Dance Company returns to NJPAC, 1 Center Street, Newark, for a must-see spectacular, upbeat and mesmerizing new show ringing in the festivities for St. Patrick’s Day. On March 17 at 7pm, the athletic, stunning ensemble of dancers takes the stage for a thrilling demonstration of Irish energy and contagiously joyful music. Tickets $40-$80. INFO:

@Brazilian Endowment for the Arts

On March 14th starting at 6:30 there will be a reception to celebrate the launch of writer Domicio Coutinho’s new book, “Incredible Revelations of an Earthworm”. The novel is translated to English by Clifford E. Landers and introduction by George Salis. The book is a philosophical journey of self-discovery and observartions on Homero and Moses. The NY Brazilian Library is located on 240 East 52nd Street. INFO: WhatsApp (718) 450-1490 or (646) 609- 1959

@The Joyce Theater

Returning to the Joyce Theater, 175 8th Avenue, for a celebration of their 46th anniversary, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago performs essentials, classics and audience favorites from March 12 thru 24. The two-week engagement also features the premiere of Thang Dao’s gothic-infused “Nevermore” and “Dear Frankie”, Rennie Harris’s tribute to the Chicago house music culture. There is also “Aguas Que Van, Quieren Volver” a premiere by Rena Butler as part of the second week’s program. INFO:


The essential New Directors/New Films festival is back with some of the most exciting and authentic films of the year. Co-presented with Film at Lincoln Center, this year marks its 53rd edition of showcasing fresh debuts from emerging and promising new filmmakers. Names such as Spike Lee, Spielberg and Almodovar had their first movies selected here. Among the 25 features, The opening selection is “A Different Man” winner of Best Performance at Berlin, and the Closing night will see “Stress Positions” a queer comedy set in Brooklyn. Screenings take place at MoMA and Film at Lincoln Center from April 3 thru 14. INFO:

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