Friday 17th of March 2017

Craving culture? We picked our favorite upcoming art, theater, and dance openings in NYC to help you plan your culture calendar. Enjoy!

The Whitney Biennial — the first in the gorgeous new Meatpacking space — opens Friday, March 17. See cutting-edge sculpture, painting, installations, photography, dance, theater, music, and film well as dance, theater, music, and film through June 11.

That sounds familiar! See Groundhog Day on Broadway starting this weekend.

Starting this weekend, see X: Or, Betty Shabazz v. The Nation at The New Victory. The show, good for kids aged 13+, is The Acting Company’s dramatization of various events in the life of Malcolm X.

This weekend, see the National Dance Theatre Company of Jamaica, one of the premier dance companies in the Caribbean, at the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts.

Craving opera? Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera, begins at the Metropolitan Opera on Monday, March 20.

Craving whizzing bullets and flowing gin? Head to City Center starting Wednesday, March 22 to see Cole Porter’s 1930 Prohibition musical The New Yorkers at City Center.  

Romare Bearden: Bayou Fever & Related Works opens on DC Moore on Thursday, March 23. It features a series of collages from 1979 that invoke African-American traditions.

From Tony Award®-winning creators of the Broadway classic Ragtime, see Anastasia on Broadway. The new musical (which is good for kids aged 7+) begins previews on Thursday, March 23.