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Don’t worry - be happy with the 60th anniversary season opener of the Performing arts season. Older teens will appreciate the singer’s contemporary music. 8 pm.
You’re bound to love these veggies - The band has a unique blend of jazz, R&B, folk, Latin, and Afro-Caribbean music to get everyone up and dancing in the aisles. Great for children 4 years and older. 2 pm.
Multi-lingual children’s music at Brooklyn Center for Performing Arts. 2 pm.
Performed by Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana. 8 pm.
Virtuoso violinist Kev and Will B perform their electrifying fusion of classical, jazz, hip-hop and R&B. Great for older teens. 2 pm.
Chazz Palminteri brings his one-man play to brooklyn for one night only. 3 pm.
Sweet Honey in the Rocks performs many traditional holiday songs to get you in the season, from Christmas to Kwanzaa and new songs in between. Suitable for older children. 8 pm.
Children enjoy this timeless classic in this family friendly full-length version of Tchaikovsky’s ballet. 2 pm.
Children 6 years and older enjoy this magical performance of a young girl who is transformed by Grandfather Frost into a beautiful Snow Maiden. Performed in Russian with English subtitles. 4 pm.
Usher in the Year of the Sheep with a world class presentation by Company dancers dressed in colorful costumes, performing ancient melodies on traditional instruments, all the while doing feats of awe-inspiring acrobats and lion dancers. Suitable for children of all ages. 3 pm.
Superstar group continues to thrill the audience with its rich a cappella arrangements and energetic performances. Suitable for teens and older. 8 pm.
In collaboration with the School of American Ballet, join students and faculty in this program illustrating the process of developing into classical ballet dancers. 2 pm.
The Klezmatics perform tunes that harken us back to 1940’s Coney Island. The group infuses the passion of Wood Guthrie’s poetry with a shot of klezmer, Celtic, Afro Caribbean and folk flavors. 3 pm.
Young children will be spell-bound as the award winning acrobats spin, leap and twirl on stage. 2 pm.
Performed by the Moscow City Ballet. 3 pm.
The troupe blends the folklore, music, and dance of Jamaica, Africa, and the American South with modern and classical forms. 3 pm.
As part of the Target Storybook Series, Enchantment Theater Company performs this story of a young boy who creates worlds to explore, using his imagination and his trusty purple crayon. Recommended for children 4 years and older. 2 pm.
Six voices navigate syncopated rhythms and funky grooves. Celebrate National Jazz Month with an unforgettable concert. Older teens will appreciate the most nominated group in Grammy history. 8 pm.
Continuing the Target Storybook Series, and resented by the Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia, children 3 years and older enjoy all of Eric Carle’s wonderful tales including "Little Cloud," “The Mixed-up Chameleon”. 2 pm.
Enjoy the 8th annual event hosted by National Grid with live music, arts, crafts and street performers. 3 pm.
Target Storybook Series presents Jim Henson’s Dinosaur Train Live - based on the hit PBS series including Buddy, Tiny, Don, and Mr. Conductor. Noon and 3 pm.
Charismatic performer shares his love of Latin Jazz with an evening of Afro-Cuban rhythms and hot Latin beat. 8 pm.
Target Storybook Series hosts The Dallas Children’s Theater performance of Stanley Lambchop, who falls asleep one night but wakes up flat the next morning. Suitable for children 4 years and older. 2 pm.
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