DJ Don S spins Latin, House, Funk, Soul, Reggae, Hip Hop, and Classics - keeping the packed house gyrating all night long. General info: 7pm-4am, $5 cover after 10pm, weekly drink specials. $5 cover after 10PM
Advance tickets available here. $15, $30 at the door
Covering 400 years with 18 songs, this musical revue revisits milestones of Village history with raunchy music and dance. $35
This behind-the-scenes musical about Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons is surprisingly compelling and deservedly won the 2006 Tony Award. $26.25 - $121.50
You know all about this already, presumably, but just in case: a $75 million musical spectacle with music and lyrics by Bono and The Edge, originally directed by Broadway auteur Julie Taymor but deemed too confusing and ambitious, dumbed and dulled down, now with more flying! Oh, it's also about a nerdy boy from Queens who gets bitten by a spider and becomes a Spider-Man who can fight evil, but risks losing those he loves. $67.50-$140
Thanks to the generous support of Target, Museum admission is free every Sunday. Target Free Sundays reflects a shared commitment to engage the community and offer a vital cultural experience to all.
Every week the KGB bar hosts readings by new and emerging writers
Weekly comedy night hosted by Hannibal Buress
West coasters Sanford and Jack (is it just us, or are you picturing popped polo collars too?) spin punk, dance and rap with special weekly guests.
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
Midweek madness, and stand-up and special guests, hosted by Vladimir Caamano and D. Lemon. $10
DJ Ericka spins Moog music, hip-hop, 1960s French yeye, psychedelic, soul, funk, New York no wave, new wave, Latin, jazz, reggae, ska, punk, rock and big beat. FREE