NYC life: Rock n’ Roll, Theatre, Discounts, Concerts, and More
Okay Rocker Chicks. Head to the MET for a not to be missed exhibit on the instruments of rock n’ roll. On the mellow side, get discounted tickets to see the one and only Tony Bennett at Radio City. Speaking of discounts, we have theater discounts for a few shows including “Miracle in Rwanda”. In other theater news, Valerie Smaldone says the revival of “Kiss Me Kate” at Studio 54 is fresh and perky. Head to the Sheen Center for “Land of Promise” celebrating the Scots and the Irish. Tomatoes Got Talent tickets are going fast, so get yours before we sell out. And the early bird discount for our May Renewal Summit ends soon. And don’t miss Dr. Dennis Goodman, a leading cardiologist at the 92nd Street Y.
April 4 – April 21. MIRACLE IN RWANDA
Our producer friend Pat Addis says do not miss MIRACLE IN RWANDA, the uplifting tale depicting the real-life events in Rwanda when Immaculée Ilibagiza survived — along with 7 others—three months in a 3×4 foot bathroom during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. Immaculée has been referred to as “our generation’s Anne Frank,” yet one who thankfully survived. Get the special discount offer.
Ellen Easton has one word for this new exhibit opening at the MET…FAB-U-LOUS! Whether you were there to remember Elvis, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Don Felder of The Eagles, Jimmy Page’s Led Zeplin, Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Hendrix, Prince, Clapton and other icons of Rock n’ Roll, love the music or will be newly introduced to the sounds of an era, do not miss the Met’s Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock n’ Roll interactive exhibit. Get the details.
April 13. Tony Bennett at Radio City
After 19 Grammys and tens of millions in record sales, Tony Bennett still defies gravity. This unstoppable legend is recording albums with today’s hottest stars (Lady Gaga, Carrie Underwood), mentoring the next generation on American Idol, performing at the World Series, and — lucky us! — touring. Get
discount tickets via Goldstar.
April 16. The Land of Promise
Head to the Sheen Center to a one-night only performance of “The Land of Promise” part of the Carnegie Hall festival Migrations: The Making of America which tells the little-told impact of Scots-Irish immigration on America and the influence of Scots-Irish immigrants and their descendants on the making of America. Featured performers include: stage television and film actress Orlagh Cassidy; singer Niamh Hyland; actor and singer Eoin Cannon; actor Colin Ryan, and the rising concert attraction Trí – The New Irish Tenors .
Sheen Center on Tuesday April 16 at 7:30pm. For tickets, which are $35, call the Sheen Center box office at 212-925-2812. For more information or to purchase tickets online visit www.origintheatre.org
May 2. Heart Health with Dr. Dennis Goodman at 92Y
Did you know that heart disease is responsible for the deaths of 1 in 4 women in the United States and is currently the leading cause of death among women globally? The good news is that heart disease is highly preventable. Our Health & Beauty editor Anne Akers invites you to join us at the 92Y for a conversation with Dr. Dennis Goodman, a leader in preventative cardiology. If you attended our Renewal Summit last year, you know what a dynamic speaker he is. This is a rare opportunity to learn a holistic approach to heart health and wellbeing that could indeed save your life – or the life of a loved one. May 2 @7 PM . 92nd Street Y. Get tickets.