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Saturday, April 8 (See map view)

The fifth annual performance series celebrates new ballet work by women.

7:30 pm.

Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece about a determined young Irishman’s schemes for riches will be screened, with live musical accompaniment by the 50-piece Wordless Music Orchestra.

8 pm.

Sherlock and Watson uncover a cult in this hybrid of traditional theater and circus, with a mostly female cast.

8 pm.

PhiloSonia plays work by composers facing death.

8:00pm.

This play by Rick Burkhardt ("Three Pianos," “The Great Hymn of Thanksgiving”) conjures an America in which the government sends its teenagers to camps to undergo rigorous education in sexual experience. The show is a public discussion featuring campers and counselors sharing memories and dispelling myths around this successful,and controversial, public health initiative.

8 pm.

First-ever U.S. tour by the unique Korean band, whose mystical shows incorporate folkloric music, singing, dancing, and costumes. Part of the free performance series featuring rock, jazz, R&B, world, pop, and more.

9 pm.

Matte presents a dance party with art installations.

9 pm.

Sunday, April 9 (See map view)

Children make inspired artwork. Learn about Kehinde Wiley, Titus Kaphar, Alma thomas and Ebony Patterson.

10 am to noon.

The show features thousands of orchids in a classic Thai garden setting. The grand centerpiece of the design will be the façade of a sala, a traditional pavilion used for shade and relaxation, with a signature sweeping gabled roofline festooned with exquisite orchids.

10 am to 6pm.

Come out and enjoy games, giveaways, free rides and new surprises and kick off the 90th Birthday of the Coney Island Cyclone! Arrive early and #JoinThe100 to be one of the first to take a ride on the iconic Cyclone, Use the hashtag for a chance to win a VIP Experience during our Opening Day Ceremony!

10 am.

The Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre presents three classic tales from Hans Christian Andersen "The Princess and the Pea," “The Emperor’s New Clothes” and “The Ugly Duckling.” For children ages 3 to 9.

10:30 am and 2 pm.

Enjoy Peter Pan Donuts and acoustic music.

11 am to 1 pm.

A new look at the renowned modernist artist and her self-crafted public persona.

11 am–6 pm.

Artist Jeremy Deller used the traditional life-model drawing class to stage a performative event with musician and personality Iggy Pop as model and subject. Come see the results!

11 am–6 pm.

Join our expert Museum Educators on a dramatic journey through the building of New York’s subway system, the evolution of the City’s surface transportation, and our priceless collection of vintage subway and elevated cars dating back to 1904.

Noon to 1 pm.

The classic fairytale is presented by Puppetworks. This adaptation of the 1697 French tale tells the story of a cat whose master buys him magical boots enabling him to speak. Puss then tells of his plan to outwit an ogre out of his riches, using the wealth to win a princess for his master. The production has beautiful costumes and an original score. Recommended for children 3 and older.

12:30 pm and 2:0 pm.

This silent 1927 romance, which won three trophies at the very first Academy Awards, is presented with a live piano soundtrack.

12:30 pm.

The classic fairy tale about a well-heeled cat has been adapted for the marionette stage.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm.

Get creative with a variety of Jewish themed crafts to choose from!

12:30 pm to 2:30 pm.

Get to know Brooklyn Bridge Park and visit the giant aquarium filled with East River critters, a 10’ scale model of Brooklyn Bridge Park, the reading corner, and so much more.

1 pm to 5 pm.

The children’s book illustrator presents and exhibit of cut, folded, and painted paper.

1–7 pm.

Join the Urban Park Rangers for an afternoon of family fun as we go on a scavenger hunt using digital cameras or smartphones. Bring your own digital camera and smartphones

1 pm to 2:30 pm.

A plucky piglet defies expectations to become a farmer’s prize sheepherder in this delightfully imaginative barnyard tale. With marvelous visual effects and a surplus of heart, Babe brings to life a fantastical storybook world—complete with a memorable trio of singing mice—that captivates young viewers without condescending. 1995 approximately 91 minutes.

2 pm.

Told through the eyes of a little girl and her cat, this play tells the true story of British townsfolk and the African American soldiers sent to rehearse the Normandy invasion from their shores.

2 pm and 7 pm.

The orchestra plays Stravinsky’s "Firebird Suite" and Korsakov’s “Scheherazade.”

2 pm.

visitors of all ages are invited to design and build with an array of blocks including Magna-Tiles, Imagination Playground, Kapla Planks, and more. Block play supports critical social and cognitive skills in early childhood- everything from team building, creative thinking and problem solving to spatial reasoning and pre-engineering concepts. Different scales of blocks enable hands of all sizes to build and be challenged.

2 pm to 5:30 pm.

Sherlock and Watson uncover a cult in this hybrid of traditional theater and circus, with a mostly female cast.

2:30 pm.

he fast-paced one-hour performance delivers new, original choreography in a myriad of styles performed by dancers of all ages, and varied set design.

3 pm and 6 pm.

The Cynthia King Dance Studio’s annual spring production examines the current climate. The fast-paced one-hour performance delivers new, original choreography in a myriad of styles performed by dancers of all ages.

3 pm and 6 pm.

The soul circus features human and animal talent, including elephants, the Fresh Clownsss dancers, motocross performers, and more. With a free shuttle bus from Brooklyn College subway stop.

3:30 pm and 6:30 pm.

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