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  • A Night at the Opera

    A Night at the Opera

    At the Dazzler Brooklyn, we pride ourselves on providing our guests that blend of classic sophistication and urban edginess that’s come to define New York’s trendiest borough. That’s why we’re recommending you check out the Metropolitan Opera this month, for a classic show with a contemporary twist....

    At the Dazzler Brooklyn, we pride ourselves on providing our guests that blend of classic sophistication and urban edginess that’s come to define New York’s trendiest borough. That’s why we’re recommending you check out the Metropolitan Opera this month, where on April 19, 22, and 27 the world’s most famous opera company will be staging one of the world’s most famous operas, Verdi’s Rigoletto, with a contemporary twist. Originally set at the Renaissance court of Mantua, Michael Mayer’s renowned production reimagines the opera “in a neon-bedecked Las Vegas in 1960.” Sets and costumes dazzle to a degree eclipsed only by the cast’s sublime vocals. Seasoned opera goers will be enthralled by an old favorite interpreted in a stunning new way, while those new to the show will be delighted to find Verdi’s masterpiece includes some of the world’s most recognizable tunes, like “La donna è mobile” and “Bella figlia dell’amore.”

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  • The Tough Business of Gulping Beer

    The Tough Business of Gulping Beer

    It’s crisp morning in Brooklyn, and you’re already thirsty for the luck of the Irish....

    It’s crisp morning in Brooklyn, and you’re already thirsty for the luck of the Irish. It must surely be Saint Patrick’s Day, when the taps gush and Guinness fills one frosted pint glass after another. Sure, there’s bound to be a hooligan or two playing in the street, but you’d better get outside before the festivities pass by.

    March 17th

    Got a lucky four-leaf clover? You’re going to need it for this haunted house tour of Merchant's House Museum. It’s New York’s only 19th-century home to be preserved, frightening you across the servants’ quarters, carefully repainted to match the original designs. Learn about the daily struggles of Irish immigrants. Pluck up your courage and unravel the mystery of some frightening occurrences.

    March 19th @ 1:00 pm

    Celebrate the contributions of Irish-Americans to New York City right in Prospect Park. It was many a generation ago that the Battle of Brooklyn took place, and today’s living ancestors continue to honor its heroes and victims with a worthy parade.

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  • Looking High and Low for Cupid

    Looking High and Low for Cupid

    The search for true love’s kiss takes you from ballroom floor to Brooklyn warehouse....

    The search for true love’s kiss takes you from ballroom floor to Brooklyn warehouse.

    February 11th @ 8:00 pm

    Through the last half-century, Disney has charmed us all with its inventive retellings of the past’s greatest love stories. Sing along and celebrate the awakening kiss of your true love when the Highline Ballroom brings back the musical hits of Aladdin and The Lion King.

    February 12th @ 8:00 pm

    The Bell House in the Gowanus neighborhood welcomes Evan and Rebecca, your Sunday evening hosts. They’ll interview a real couple sitting in the audience to find out what events lead to their relationship before using that love story to improvise a live musical.

    February 18th @ 12:00 pm

    Dash through the snow in next-to-nothing when you join Cupid’s Undie Run. These scantily clad runners follow a one-mile route around Pier 84 and help raise millions of dollars for the Children’s Tumor Foundation. Meet at Stage 48 in Hell’s Kitchen to get your heart pumping.

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  • A Looking Cure for New Blues

    A Looking Cure for New Blues

    In the hazy dawn of uncharted political times, why not give your thoughts an artistic break? We have three suggestions to tickle your muse....

    In the hazy dawn of an uncertain political era why not give your thoughts an artistic break? We have three suggestions to tickle your muse.

    January 16th @ 11:00 am and 1:00 pm

    Corner of 135th Street and Lenox Avenue

    Big Onion has been shaking down the tour business for twenty-five years. Learn Harlem’s rich cultural history this Martin Luther King Jr. Day as your guide explores the evolution of one of modern America’s most hard-fought neighborhoods.

    Through January 29th

    Kerry James Marshall’s Met Breuer survey, entitled Mastry, has been an unqualified hit. His breathtaking painting thoroughly upends the politics of Western visual culture. See this wide-ranging survey of one of contemporary art’s greats before it’s gone.

    Through March 19th

    Francis Picabia is modern art’s original prankster, with a penchant for fast cars and outlandish parties. The Museum of Modern Art’s long-awaited retrospective gives you the scoop on this fabulously wealthy member of the Parisian avant-garde.

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  • Fantastic Shows and Where to Find Them

    Fantastic Shows and Where to Find Them

    Dazzler Brooklyn calls your attention to three productions of offbeat theatre, given that December is basically a month-long spectacle....

    Dazzler Brooklyn calls your attention to three productions of offbeat theatre, given that December is basically a month-long spectacle.

    December 3rd through 11th

    Celebrity and fashionable dandy Isaac Mizrahi gives a dramatic reading of Prokofiev’s Peter & the Wolf at the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum. Orchestral accompaniment will be provided by Ensemble Signal, with choreography by the excellent John Heginbotham.

    December 8th through 11th

    By the looks off it Dances Patrelle’s The Yorkville Nutcracker is a darkly painted portrait. This version of the timeless ballet, dancing sugarplum and all, is performed at The Kaye Playhouse (on the Hunter College campus) and set in New York, circa 1895.

    Through January 7th

    The American Irish Historical Society stages this immersive story of Christmas dinner in Dublin, Ireland, but adapted to an Upper East Side house. Paul Muldoon and Jean Hanff Korelitz’s script based on James Joyce’s short story The Dead will enthrall you.

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  • A Roof With a View

    A Roof With a View

    Get in a round of themed trivia before catching the parade from a cavalcade of spinning wheels, or enjoy it from high above on a modern rooftop lounge....

    Get in a round of themed trivia before catching the parade from a cavalcade of spinning wheels, or enjoy it from high above on a modern rooftop lounge.

    Night-Before-Thanksgiving Party

    November 23rd @ 8:00 pm

    Tim Whatley hosts a raucous night of trivia at Stone Creek NYC. Based on Seinfeld, the American sitcom that ran for nine absurdist seasons, there will be five rounds of tough questions drawn from Thanksgiving-related episodes.

    NYC Pilgrim Pedal

    November 24th @ 8:00 am

    Rent yourself a bicycle for this family-friendly trip around Manhattan in the early hours of Thanksgiving Day. As it’s likely to be a chilly, morning participants are encouraged to wear a costume and deck their Huffy with orange and red flair. Destination? A pancake breakfast, of course.

    Thanksgiving Day Parade Viewing

    November 24th @ 8:30 am

    If you would prefer to be rather stationary on a holiday, consider the view from Monarch Rooftop Lounge. There may be no better option than to survey the bright parade below with a Bloody Mary and small plate of hors d'oeuvres.

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