The puppet parody that ran for so many years on Broadway has returned to its Off-Broadway roots, although presumably the production of foul-mouthed muppets will retain those high production values in its latest incarnation. $66.50-$86.50
Free badminton at the Open House Gallery's indoor park.
Set during the miners' strikes in Thatcherite Britain in the 1980s, the musical based on the movie based on the book about a boy who becomes a ballet dancer took an armful of Tonys. $81.50 - $351.50
Tour the brewery and sample beers. Tour free but pay per sample
Friday-night film series featuring popular movies and guest speakers. FREE with a $7 drink min.
After a decade on Broadway, this bare-bones revival of Kander and Ebb's dark musical comedy is still way better than the movie, and continues to pack 'em in. $58.75-$111.25
Advance tickets available here. $15, $30 at the door
Weekly comedy night hosted by Hannibal Buress
After runs in London and D.C., this backstage musical about the creative and romantic relationship between Danny Faye and Sylvia Fine comes to New York. From their first meeting at an audition through their often tumultuous relationship to Faye's film stardom, this showbiz story is retold with many favorite Faye tunes. $56.50/$31.50
Michael "Mistress Formika" Jones and DJs/hosts Honey Dijon, Cazwell, Kindbud, Amanda Lepore, Joey Israel, Paisley Dalton and Edie Baez invite you to a 2-floor blowout featuring outlandish performances, in-your-face visuals and serious party antics. The hotline to find out each week's F-Word is 212-613-6255. Say the "F-Word" at the door for reduced admission; $3 mixed drinks before midnight
Tells the story of a young boy and girl who fall in love because of their meddling fathers, but become restless and stray from each other. $51-$76
Trivia starts at 8, the show starts at 9. There will be bingo, with prizes! Drink specials with a $7 themed cocktail each week.
There is a new bee's knees every few minutes in New York, but this androgynous, rock and roll and gender-bending glam rock party from DJs Twig the Wonderkid, Michael T, Theo and tonight's host Georgie Seville which is into its second half-decade is more interested in being the Whore's Mascara. Whore's Mascara play tonight, followed by late-night cabaret, their debut album Like This But Sexy has all of the nightlife and sex implied in this listing--is like this, but sexy. $10; $7 with RSVP