Check out this weekend's top event picks for the Upper West Side!
Friday, October 26th at 7:00pm & 10:00pm
Halloween will be infused with eerie energy this year, as organist Timothy Brumfield plays the Great Organ to accompany a screening of the original Nosferatu (1922) and Ralph Lee and the Mettawee River Theater Company’s ghosts and ghouls lead the procession through the Cathedral. The full stretch of the nave is at the disposal of Mr. Lee’s fantastic creatures of the night, and visitors are encouraged to brace themselves for increased ghostly mischief and ghoulish tricks. Seats closest to the action are for the bravest at heart, who may find themselves directly confronted with the hooked, expressive nose of a demon, the mossy nails of a witch, or the bulging, flushed cheeks of a ghostly manchild.
Friday, October 26th & Saturday, October 27th at 7:30pm
Here it comes. Though it feels like it's taken forever. Which way will America be going? Will we be red or blue? Will there be Groupon vouchers for Medicare? Will a dancing horse take up residency in the West Wing? Will you have to bring your family tree in order to vote? Join the Follies cast for a pre-Election Day look at what's in store...
Saturday, October 27th at 2:30pm
Megan Emigh and Riko Higuma present an afternoon of French music for flute and piano, from a charming baroque sonata by Leclair to the lush romanticism of Saint-Saens and Widor, culminating in Boulez’s Sonatine.
Saturday, October 27th at 6:00pm-Sunday, October 27th at 9:00am
A Night at the Museum, the American Museum of Natural History's wildly popular nocturnal adventure experience, has new and exciting updates this season. Explore our live-animal exhibitions with knowledgeable Museum explainers and challenge yourself with one of our fun Museum Quests. End your night by falling asleep in the darkened halls of one of the world's most famous museums.
Sunday, October 27th at 1:00pm
JourneyDance™ will guide you through deep and personal exploration and transform your intimate relationship with your body, mind, and source energy. Clear your mind, open your awareness, and find your inner joy as you dance and stretch during partner and group connection and pranic flow.
Sunday, October 27th at 2:30pm
Vocalist Leslie Fornino presents her new one-woman show, featuring songs and stories that deal with relationships and - of course - love. With Richard Danley, piano; Saadi Zain, bass; and Mike Campenni, percussion.