Friday, October 29, 2010

The Weekend: 10.29-10.31

Friday, Oct. 29

Boroughwide: It's Halloween! Find something happening in an neighborhood near you, or worth jumping on the train for, with our handy guide.

Park Slope: For theater, head to Park Slope this weekend, as "Reefer Madness" continues its run at the Gallery Players, and "The Tragic Story of Dr. Frankenstein" - a gender-bending take on the original Mary Shelly story - opens at Brooklyn Arts Exchange, just in time for Halloween.

Saturday, Oct. 30

Prospect Park: This doesn't happen often - The Equus Projects brings its equine art, where dancers perform with horses - to Prospect Park. It's like nothing you've ever seen before, we promise.

Fort Greene: There's lots of good stuff to choose from at BAM this weekend, specifically, "Empty Moves," new choreography from Angelin Preljjocaj, and "Persephone," starring Julia Stiles. Yes, that Julia Stiles.

Bushwick: This is your last chance to catch "The Ring Cycle," Performance Lab 115's low-brow take on the Wagner classic. And it's as good as the hype.  

Sunday, Oct. 31

Park Slope: Get a jump on your holiday shopping, but stay in costume, at the Kings County General Store this weekend. The first 50 customers in costume get a free tote bag, perfect for helping you carry away all you goodies, and maybe some candy, too.


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