Friday 31st of March 2017

Calling all culture cravers! We’ve picked our favorite cultural openings in NYC this weekend to help you plan your culture calendar. Crave what excites you, and enjoy!

Starting Friday, take kids to see Something at the New Victory. It’s good for ages 6 and up.

Starting Broadway previews on Friday is The Bandstand, a story of a mismatched band of WWII vets who try to sing their way to success.

There’s a fun lineup of events this weekend in honor of the 150th opening of Prospect Park for the spring/summer season. Expect everything from a disco to bird watching to snacks to spring planting.

This weekend, see Stephen Petrono Company at the Joyce.

Starting on Saturday, April 1, see A Doll’s House, Part II in previews. It’s a sequel to Ibsen’s 1879 play in which Nora comes home to her family, starring Laurie Metcalf, Chris Cooper, Jayne Houdyshell, and Condola Rashad.

Craving tap? See boundary breaking new takes on tap by New York City’s finest tappers and choreographers at A presentation of Tony Waag and American Tap Dance Foundation this weekend.

Starting Tuesday, April 4, see Indecent, a new play by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Paula Vogel. It’s inspired by the true story of the 1923 Broadway debut of God of Vengeance.

Starting Wednesday, April 5, see Allison Janney, John Benjamin Hickey, and Corey Hawkins in Six Degrees of Separation on Broadway.