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Neptune Theater Festival and Restaurant Week: How to spend a weekend in New York (August 12-14)

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What: Rollerdrome in Central Park

When: Friday-Sunday, August 12-14

Where: Wollman Rink, 830 5th Ave, New York, NY 10065

More: Visit the new immersive, musical and theatrical rollercoaster in Central Park. You can not only go rollerblading, but also take part in various programs, theatrical performances with incendiary DJs and special guests. During the day there will be open sessions of skiing, and food and drinks are at your service throughout the park.

Cost: $ 10-30


What: Restaurant Week

When: Friday-Sunday, August 12-14

Where: City restaurants

More: New York Restaurant Week is back in town. Lunch or dinner (main course + side dish) will cost $30-$45, and a signature lunch or dinner will cost $60. In addition to indoor and outdoor tables, takeaway and delivery services are available.

More than 500 restaurants (from Japanese to Russian cuisines) are participating in the event this year and offering discounts on the best dishes. On the website of the Week of Restaurants establishments can be filtered by location, food and cuisine.

Cost: From $ 30


What: Theater Festival based on Shakespeare

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When: Friday-Sunday, August 12-14

Where: Under St. Marks 94 St. Marks Pl New York 10009

More: Frigid New York presents a festival inspired by Shakespeare. A maximum of five people participate in all performances. The list includes impromptu comedy As You Wish, Sister Shakes Productions' Romeo and Juliet (no gender), Lorena Marin's bilingual solo Unspoken Garden El Jardin que calla, and Brawls & Burlesque, which combines swordplay with seduction.

Cost: $ 25


What: Exhibition “At the Dawn of a New Era”

When: Friday-Sunday, August 12-14

Where: Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 99, Whitney Museum of American Art

More: The early 1900th century American Modernism exhibition features works from the 1930s to the XNUMXs. Visitors will see paintings created not only by famous American modernists, but also by other masters of that time, who are now almost forgotten. The exhibition provides a fresh look at the many ways in which American artists have expressed the non-representational styles developed in Europe to express their subjective response to contemporary realities.

Cost: $ 0-25


What: Notre Dame de Paris in New York

When: Friday-Sunday, August 12-14

Where: David H Koch Theatre, 20 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023

More: Notre Dame de Paris will make its New York debut at the David Koch Theater at Lincoln Center. This international musical spectacle has captivated more than 15 million people in 23 countries. Faithful to Victor Hugo's beloved classic novel, Notre Dame de Paris tells the emotional love story of the hunchbacked cathedral bell ringer Quasimodo and his unwavering devotion to the beautiful gypsy Esmeralda.

Cost: From $ 47


What: Benefit Concert and Art Sale

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When: Saturday, 13 August, with 18: 30

Where: 330 7th Ave 330 7th Avenue The National Opera Center. 7th floor. Mark A. Scorca Hall New York, NY 10001

More: Come listen to modern Ukrainian and famous classical music, as well as see original art. This is not only a concert of classical and contemporary music, but also an art exhibition with a program dedicated to the music of Valentin Silvestrov, one of the most prominent living Ukrainian composers. The program will feature, among other things, the music of J. Pachelbel and J. Brahms. All proceeds from the sale of tickets and works of art will be transferred to help Ukraine.

Cost: $ 30


What: Theatrical celebration of Neptune in Russian

When: Sunday, 14 August, with 11: 00

Where: ESSENCE Theater-Studio (yard) 1183 Sheepshead Bay Rd, Brooklyn, NY 11235

More: Theater Studio Essence invites everyone to Neptune's holiday. An interesting performance-quest awaits children, as well as water activities, games, dances, and riddles. In addition, there will be many other entertainments at the festival. For example, everyone can get a water tattoo and enjoy cotton candy. Beach dress code, cheerful mood - without fail!

Cost: $40 for children, $15 for parents


Dear readers! Please note that due to the epidemic of coronavirus infection, some activities may be canceled or rescheduled for other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the sites of the organizers.

But we have collected many interesting events for you online:

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In addition, look for interesting events for every day of the week in our calendar... Come in, find out, share with your friends. Before visiting, check the organizer's websites for details and locations of events, as they may change.

Keep us informed about what is happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora by mail

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