In: Single Event

Virtual Pizza and a Movie Night (May 7)
April 2, 2021

Arts Partner: ArtsConnection Teen Programs


  • May 7, 2021
    5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

 3 Movies, 1 Vote, Teens Only While we can’t meet in person, we invite teens to join us for Virtual Pizza and a Movie Night. We’ll present 3 movies, you vote to decide what we watch, after the movie, we’ll talk it out. Friday, May 7 at 5 pm  Click here to RSVP Questions? Please (more…)

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Virtual Pizza and a Movie Night (Apr 2)
March 12, 2021

Arts Partner: ArtsConnection Teen Programs


  • April 2, 2021
    5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

 3 Movies, 1 Vote, Teens Only While we can’t meet in person, we invite teens to join us for Virtual Pizza and a Movie Night. We’ll present 3 movies, you vote to decide what we watch, after the movie, we’ll talk it out. Friday, April 2 at 5 pm  Click here to RSVP Questions? Please (more…)

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VIRTUAL CONCERT Shomyo: Buddhist Ritual Chant – Moonlight Mantra
March 3, 2021

Arts Partner: Japan Society


  • March 30, 2021
    8:00 pm

Premiere: Tuesday, March 30, 8 PM EDT—Followed by a Live Q&A Calculate your local time Shomyo for Everyday Wellness Thursday, April 8, 8:30 PM EDTHailing from two of Japan’s major Buddhist sects (Shingon and Tendai), the critically-acclaimed group Shomyo no Kai—Voices of a Thousand Years will showcase their mastery of a millennium-old chanting ritual with (more…)

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VIRTUAL THEATER Ludic Proxy: Fukushima
March 3, 2021

Arts Partner: Japan Society


  • March 11, 2021
    8:00 pm

“The play shows how the simulated can adjoin, infuse or ultimately replace the actual.” – The New York Times Set a few years after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster, this video adaptation of Brooklyn-based theater-maker Aya Ogawa’s play Ludic Proxy follows a woman named Maho, visiting her older sister Maki who lives on the outskirts of the (more…)

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VIRTUAL THEATER Ludic Proxy: Fukushima
March 3, 2021

Arts Partner: Japan Society


  • March 7, 2021
    4:30 pm

“The play shows how the simulated can adjoin, infuse or ultimately replace the actual.” – The New York Times Set a few years after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster, this video adaptation of Brooklyn-based theater-maker Aya Ogawa’s play Ludic Proxy follows a woman named Maho, visiting her older sister Maki who lives on the outskirts of the (more…)

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