Find the clarity, energy, and focus you need to power through the rest of your work day during this all-levels Iyengar yoga series with Gabrielle Sigal. Yoga @ the Bride takes place every Monday and Wednesday from 12:30pm to 1:30pm, excluding holidays.
InLiquid presents Tower Viewer, paintings by Scott Schultheis. Each of the works in Tower Viewer begins with a dream of an interaction between a body and a place in a state of unrest.
Monologue Mondays First Monday of the month October 2016 – May 2017 6:30pm – 8:30pm Hosted by Nastassja Baset Looking for advice, tips, or feedback …
This group flawlessly weaves Ugandan musical idioms into the Western jazz form.
Through dance, music, and meaningful conversation, iStand relates stories about civil struggle and self-preservation. It suggests one’s personal well-being hinges upon the wellness of the whole society.
The triumphant tabla legend Zakir Hussain returns to the Bride with young sitar virtuoso Niladri Kumar.
A controversial musician begins planning a final show that merges the boundaries between his art and his own mortality. With text and movement generated through devised workshops and an experimental writing process, Breathe Smoke moves like a pieces of music and roars like a raucous concert.
Spook yourself silly at this carnival style Halloween dance party. This night of mischief features a live DJ, tarot readings, games, a costume contest, scary monologue contest, and performance by Found Theater. Costumes strongly encouraged.
The Pedrito Martinez Group hits the Bride stage with tracks from their new album Habana Dreams.
Painter Mary DeWitt’s portraits and videos shed light on the experiences of women serving life sentences in prison. See pieces from this ongoing series, as well as abstract works from a new series, in our gallery.
Founded in 2001, the Warriors, are 13 of the most creative musicians in modern jazz.
Sexmob performs an original score to the Italian film, Maciste All’Inferno (Maciste in Hell), directed by Guido Brignone (1925).
This special birthday celebration for Raphael Xavier hosted by Bobby Zankel and the Warriors of the Wonderful Sound will feature an extraordinary blend of hip hop movement and aesthetics with a unique amalgam of the rhythm and intricacy of bebop, with the soul and drive of hardbop, and the spirituality, creativity and intensity of the avant garde.
An annual not to be missed event, Salsa Caliente! celebrates Three Kings Day and Puerto Rican Christmas with a live Latin big band.
Through the use of mix of playful satire and flowing movement, (In)Visible examines individual and collective ideas of identity as it pertains to culture, sexuality and race, and the life of paradoxes we all lead.