Events & Happenings in New York City!
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
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7:30pm at Cubby Hole, Free
Get over hump day with $4 drink specials from 7pm to 1am, plus Happy Hour until 7pm with half-priced well drinks, wine and all beer. Great neighborhood vibe! #Cubbyhole
4pm - 4am at Henrietta Hudson, Free
Happy Hour until 7pm. The ultimate after-work networking party to celebrate Hump Day! Resident DJ Culi satisfies your hunger for a cool relaxed vibe with a perfect blend of pop, funk, house, and Latin styles all night long and will always leave you wanting MORE! Bargirls Desiree and Dot serve up the good stuff with $4 Bud Drafts and $5 Margaritas all night. This party is the perfect boost to get you thru the rest of the week!
8 - 10pm at The Gay and Lesbian Center, Free
Gay and lesbian playwrights and screenwriters present scripts with friendly critiques after the readings. Beginners are encouraged and helped. 4th Wednesdays.
Socialize and play some popular and some unique party games. Rules taught, different games at each meeting. Seating limited, latecomers not admitted. 4th Wednesdays.
5pm at Ginger's, Free
Best buy Happy Hour: half-price on all domestic beers and select liquors, 5pm to 8pm, daily. Barkeep Perry serves daily special tequila hot shots for $3.50, Ginger's draft for $5 and free nibbles. Back garden open!
10pm at The Woods, Free
This weekly Wednesday night dance party is for the cutest lezzies in NYC. DJ Amber Valentine brings her crazy talent to the decks while exciting weekly guest DJs add to the magic. The Woods has a huge year-round patio for cruising and boozing, with an outside bar and food by the acclaimed LandHaus NY. Come early; stay late. Misster is for memories!
8pm at The Cave at St. George's, $18
In this election year, Arturo Ui is ripped from the headlines as a brash outsider with no political experience runs for office, takes over a party and rises to power. Featuring eight actors playing over forty roles and a non-traditional space, the plays takes audiences on a theatrical roller coaster ride that rivals the best CNN has to offer. The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui is a play about a demagogue coming to power in a democratic state. Any resemblance to living persons is entirely coincidental. Written by Bertolt Brecht in 1941, Arturo is simultaneously a satirical explanation of the rise of nationalism in Germany and a warning against allowing the events of the 1930s to repeat themselves.
11am - 6pm at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Free
Feminism Is Politics! is an inquiry into what is conceptualized by feminists and queer/lesbians in the 21st century as New Feminism. The exhibition features video, performance works and art activism that address the feminist position in action and redefine the notion of “political” within the new millennium's paradigm of uncertainty and precarity.
8pm at Metropolitan, Free
Alotta Trivia: Alotta McGriddles hosts this trivia night with rotating themes every week! Including but not limited to: Harry Potter, Disney, Game of Thrones, Friends, Will & Grace and more! Win a pitcher of Bud Light every round. $25 bar tab at the end of the night for big winners! Cakes (10pm). $3 PBR tallboys and $6 PBR/shots. DJ Matty Beats Horrorchata arms the turntables for this weekly romp into debauchery and sexy eye candy.
7pm at The Stonewall Inn, $19.99
With her blend of raucous, irreverent comedy in the form of the onewoman- show, West Village legendary comic performer Lady Bunny extends her current run of “Trans-Jester” through early November after the last month of soldout shows, standing ovations and praise in the press. Thru Nov 5.
2pm at 3LD Art and Technology Center, $20 - $20
The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents the world premiere of “Fit for a Queen,” a comedy inspired by the life of Hatshepsut, a woman who ruled as a pharaoh in ancient Egypt. Hatshepsut's female lover helps her usurp the throne, only to find herself at odds with an unexpectedly ruthless rival for power—her daughter. Thru Oct 30.
7pm at House of Yes, $10-$100
If you’ve got a taste for terror… take Carrie to the prom. Put on your frilliest prom attire, buy your date a corsage, and join us we travel back to the sexy 70's at The House of Yes, when high school was a place for self-discovery, peer-bonding, and telekinetic rage! This time around, the Love Show joins Little Cinema, bringing with them choreography from their horror hit “CARRIE: Blood, Fire, & Ballet” to help bring Brian De Palma’s classic interpretation of Stephen King’s epic tale of adolescent angst off the screen and into your laps! Expect dancers, magic, aerialists, fire and Little Cinema’s patented mix of celluloid and mayhem! 21+ Doors: 7PM Screening: 8PM TICKETS:
6 - 10pm at The Ritz, Free - RSVP required
Celebrate fall with all of your Ivy League, Seven Sisters, NYU, Stanford, Duke, UVA, U Chicago, Georgetown, Northwestern, Amherst, USC, Emory, Wesleyan, ND/SMC and Military Academy friends. Friends and loved ones from other schools are welcome as well. Alumni, faculty, staff and students (21+) admitted.
8 - 10pm at The Pleasure Chest, Free
Learn about all the amazing ways to ask for what you want in bed, how to communicate effectively with your partner, and sex toy basics, plus discuss types of porn, great places to start, and how to pick and choose scenes to try with your partner.
8pm at MMAC Theater, $35
DRACULA - World Premiere Performance Experience Dracula’s lavish lifestyle, 550 years later... The truths, the legend, the myths, and the magic of Count Dracula revealed. The howling of the wolves will keep you company, as you enjoy traveling across time, right into the arms of vampires and their unexpected twists. Scream if you find yourself in the Twilight Zone, but be prepared –no one will hear you. Whether you love history, plan for an unusual Halloween or love the cruel beauty of our exceptional dancers, flood your senses and join us!
7 - 9pm at The Randolph Brooklyn, Free
The NYC launch party for Sappho, ( the sexy, subtle necklace that’s here to help identify and connect ladies of the LGBTQ community in a beautiful way. The Sappho launch party will be hosted by Kiyomi Valentine, founder and lead singer of the punky alt-rock band Hunter Valentine and feature a performance by indie-folk-pop artist Julia Weldon, singing songs from her album "Light Is a Ghost," plus some sneak peaks from the next album. An after-party at Misster will follow at The Woods. Complimentary cocktail for everyone who RSVPs at
9 - 10pm at Theatre Row Studio, $20.25
After a traumatic breakup with a long-time lover, Margery turns to the Internet for distraction from haunting questions about her life and the demise of her relationship. Distraction rapidly becomes addiction as she searches online for potential dates and mates, and finds herself wrapped in an ever-growing web of Internet loops, jargon and videos.
time varies at Macy's Herald Square, Free
Grandin Road, a brand known for its stylishly haunting Halloween decor, opens its first-ever Halloween concept shop on Macy’s Herald Square’s main floor. Thru Oct 31.
5:45 - 6:45pm at The Gay and Lesbian Center, Free
LCI’s support group is for those living with a cancer diagnosis. Discussions focus on cancer’s broad impact; navigating treatment decisions and emotions; and cancer’s effect on sexuality, self-image and relationships. Intake required. Wednesdays.
9 - 10pm at Theatre Row Studio, $20.25
After a traumatic breakup with a long-time lover, Margery (lesbian writer/performer) turns to the Internet for distraction from haunting questions about her life and the demise of her relationship. Distraction rapidly becomes addiction as she searches online for potential dates and mates, and finds herself wrapped in an ever-growing web of Internet loops, jargon and videos.  Director: Jayne Wenger. Show image by Tesia Beam.
8pm at The Producer's Club, Royal Theater, $20 General Admission and $18 for Students/Seniors
After a triumphant international tour, Vangeline Theater presents the New York Premiere of BUTOH BEETHOVEN: ECLIPSE (Admiring Tatsumi Hijikata), on October 26-31, 2016 at 8pm at The Producer's Club, Royal Theater, 358 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036. New York Butoh star Vangeline conjures the ghosts of two passionate giants — Tatsumi Hijikata, founder of Butoh, and composer Ludwig van Beethoven in this hypnotic, electrifying and award-winning solo performance. Celebrate Halloween week with the haunting art form of Butoh and come dressed in your own costume to any performance. Tickets are $20 General Admission and $18 for Students/Seniors. Please visit Run-time is 60 minutes.

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