NYC LIFE: Hot Tomatoes, Men in Kilts, Easter Eggs, The Circus
Two of our red hot contestants in our Tomatoes Got Talent show are performing this month at Don’t Tell Mamas. If you love men in kilts, you’ll love Sixth Avenue today. Check out the Ukraine Museum for their fabulous Easter egg display, and the circus is back – circa 1903.
April 8. The Scottish Parade
If you love men in kilts, then head to Sixth Avenue today to celebrate Scotland by watching bagpipers, dogs, men in kilts, and women in plaid marching up Sixth Avenue from 45th to 55th in the New York Tartan Day Parade. Get the details.
April 8. Easter Eggs of the Ukraine
Spring has finally arrived and Easter is just around the corner, together ushering in the season for making pysanky (Ukrainian decorated eggs) and for reviving ancient Ukrainian traditions signifying the renewal of life. The Ukrainian Museum has a wonderful exhibition of pysanky that are drawn from its extensive collection. This year’s breathtaking display is composed of colorful arrangements of nearly 400 of the oval gems.
For one-day only (April 8) visitors of all ages will have an opportunity to watch artists proficient in this art form in action as they create pysanky. Get the details.
April 12-16. Vintage circus show
If you’re missing the Barnum and Bailey Circus, then check out Circus 1903 at Madison Square Garden that brings to life the golden age of the circus with soaring acrobats, Herculean strongmen, amazing contortionists, and giant puppet elephants. Get Discount tickets $39 to $89.
April 21 – Manhattan Cabaret Arts
Collette Black brings several of her students together for a wonderful cabaret show, which features Mary Roesling, one of this year’s Tomatoes Got Talent show contestants. 7PM at Don’t Tell Mama.
April 21 – OMG Am I a Diva
We told you our Tomatoes Got Talent contestants are awesome. Catch one of this year’s contestants, Barbara Malley in her one woman show “Am I a Diva”. 7PM at Don’t Tell Mama