A new theater production exploring Muslim identities, “Beyond Sacred,” will be performed April 29 at BRIC, reports BK Reader.
The two-day New Amsterdam Festival will take place at the Vander Ende-Onderdonk House in Ridgewood this weekend, reports QNS.
Founded in 1985, Lavender Light hopes to continue spreading its message of diversity and acceptance, reports NY City Lens.
The Haitian Times profiles Haitian ballet dancer, Sanford Placide, for whom performing with the Dance Theatre of Harlem holds particular significance.
Our Time Press profiles Cynthia Goodison Tompkins, a Brooklyn resident who after teaching for three decades, is focusing on storytelling.
A new exhibit in the Bronx offers conceptual views on borders and neighbors, The Riverdale Press reports.
A new exhibit of mid-century photographer Todd Webb’s work at the Museum of the City of New York captures the sense of “community” in NYC.
Virginia Johnson, founding member of the Dance Theatre of Harlem and now its artistic director, speaks to Carol Jenkins of CUNY TV’s “Black America” about how Black dancers make their way in the world of ballet.
AbunDance Academy of the Arts, which attracts students of all ages, is seeking a new home.
The local impact of federal budget cuts were discussed at a roundtable held by Queens representative Grace Meng, Times Ledger reports.
In “Welcome to America: A Caribbean Musical,” a Jamaican woman who overstays her visa aims to follow her dream of performing on Broadway. Caribbean Life speaks to the show’s creator.
A new pop-up photography exhibit, “It Takes Us,” explores how gun violence affects survivors and the families of those who died of gunshot wounds, Brooklyn Daily Eagle reports.
A new musical about the life of Buddha by a Korean husband and wife team opens on May 2. Newsroh spoke with composer Jingoo Lee about the production, 12 years in the making.
The founder of a Nepali dance school in Elmhurst insists on teaching in Nepali and that students try to speak Nepali. Parents are delighted.
Artist Andrea Arroyo put out a call to artists following Donald Trump’s election. The works that came in from around the world are on exhibit at NYU’s Kimmel Galleries through June 1.