From John Lurie to Holly Hunter: Your NYC Cultural Itinerary for the Week

It’s already Wednesday but there’s still plenty of great things happening around the city before the weekend even begins. From ’90s cult classic TV show screenings to incredible live performances, these next few days look to have something in store for all your creative tastes. Tonight, the man, the myth, the legend John Lurie will make an appearance at Nitehawk to show his perfect Fishing With John and tomorrow Olafur Arnalds will break your heart at Le Poisson Rouge—just to name some highlights. So whilst you stare out the window on this beautiful day wishing you were anywhere but an office, remember once the sun sets there are myriad wonderful events to satiate your craving for something more.


Fishing With John & Discussion With John Lurie at Nitehawk Cinema (Wednesday, April 17th)

Exodus at MoMA (Wednesday, April 17th)

Broadcast News at IFC Center & Post-film Discussion with Donald Fagen (Steely Dan) & Holly Hunter (Wednesday, April 17th)

Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay with Ricky Jay & Filmmakers Molly Bernstein & Alan Edelstein with The New Yorker‘s Mark Singer (Wednesday April 17th & Friday)

Ólafur Arnalds and Ensemble LPR at Le Poisson Rouge (Thursday, April 18th)

What If… at MoTMI & Discussion with Christopher Papakaliatis (Thursday, April 18th)

Ballet Hispanico at the Joyce Theater (ongoing)

Wires Under Tension at BAM (Friday, April 19th)

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