Broadway, The Circus, and a Parade – Virtually

Woman Dancing on a Blue-Lit Stage Near Musicians

The world is open to us for virtual events. Of course, there are always so many appealing events happening in our city.

Here are three:

Today (June 11th) at 7pm EST, you can see “Opening Night” – from The New York Times. This program features performances from Broadway stars – and conversation with artists and critics:

“Join the biggest stars from an abbreviated Broadway season for songs, stories and a special Offstage conversation, exploring what this time of national unrest means for artists and the theater.”

Also today at 7pm, there’s “The Windup Circus – Secret Speakeasy” – From The Museum of Interesting Things:

“See 16mm short films and more!
Enjoy actual antiques you can virtually handle
and get demonstrated!”

Saturday, June 13 at 11:00 am, El Museo presents, on their Facebook, “Sábado Familiar: PR Day edition“:

“Join El Museo and El Barrio’s Los Pleneros de la 21 for a virtual Puerto Rican Day Parade Celebration. Together we will learn about Afro-Puerto Rican rhythm genres: Bomba y Plena! Learn the differences between the two genres and dance with the whole familia on this special Sábado Familiar!

This program is a part of El Museo en Tu Casa, our new bilingual digital initiative encouraging visitors to explore and learn about Latino art and culture.”