Events in New York this fall
Fall is the perfect time of the year to explore New York City. The temperatures are not that high anymore, and you can spend the whole day outside. Fall always comes in colorful shades, so you will see the city as beautiful as you can never see it at any other time. And most importantly, the event calendar of New York is full during the autumn. Let’s find out which are the most interesting events to visit in New York this fall:
Photoville is a photography exhibition that usually takes place in Brooklyn Bridge Park for two weeks annually. However, this year Photoville expands to conquer the city parks for two whole months. Astoria Park, Robinson Park, Travers Park, and many other public spaces become a home for more than 60 photography exhibits. Visitors will see portraits of longtime residents of the Lower East Side, photos that show how the pandemic affected people’s lives, and the traveling global exhibit We Women. There will also be a discussion based on some of the expositions. Moreover, workshops and photography classes will be available online. The event has a free entrance and starts on the 17th of September.
Pandemic closed the museums for more than 5 months. But as the fall begins, it is time for them to open again. Visitors will enjoy new exhibitions but only if they follow all safety instructions. The cafes and shops on the territory of the museums will stay closed.
This annual festival continues for 4 days, and this year it begins on the 1st of October. Because of the pandemic, its 18th edition will be online. The event includes live stream performances and classes. People will meet famous figures from the burlesque community. Tickets can be purchased online. The event will be streamed on the Burlesque Galaxy Website.
Viva Broadway aims to connect the Latinx audiences with the world of Broadway. The event celebrates Latinx talent and the contribution Latinx has to the theatrical community. It includes education initiatives, concerts, and career development programs. Stars like Raul Esparza, Mandy Gonzalez, and Mauricio Martinez will perform. Viva Broadway starts online on the 1st of October. You can enjoy it on Playbill.com.
Digital experience with the Irish Repertory Theater
The Irish Repertory Theater is an Off-Broadway venue that adapted fast to the conditions the pandemic imposed. All theater lovers can enjoy quality online performances on the website of the Irish Repertory. On the 27th of October, the audience has the chance to watch the first digital production of Eugene O’Neill’s tragic tale A Touch of the Poet. The entrance is free, but there is an option for donations.
There are numerous events to visit in New York this fall. Like the fashion ones. And here are the shows with the best costumes on Broadway!