NY1's weekly segment "Your Weekend Starts Now" shows entertaining picks for great things to do this weekend all around the city. NY1's Stephanie Simon filed the following report.
Bring your silly glasses to "NY Laughs" this Sunday in Central park from 2 to 4 p.m.
"Pageant: The Musical"
For more laughs, check out "Pageant: The Musical." It's all the swimsuits and ballgowns you'd expect in a beauty pageant, except these are men. This hilarious beauty contest is at the Davenport Theatre on west 45th Street. Tickets start around $22 dollars.
"Gypsy" at The Rockaway Theatre Company
The Rockaway Theatre Company is hoping everything comes up roses for it's production of "Gypsy." This classic American musical look at stage-moms and the vaudeville circuit of the 1920's and 30's. Tickets start at $20.
South Street Seaport Film & Food Festival
It's "dinner and a movie" as The South Street Seaport kicks off a new film and food festival tonight...it runs for the next four weeks and its free.
NEWfest LGBT Film Festival
At the Film Socity of Lincoln Center and the Manhattan JCC, see NEWfest, an LGBT film festival taking place over the next week.
Chelsea Art Walk
The Chelsea Art Walk takes place tonight at more than 100 galleries across the neighborhood, including Denise Bibro Fine Art where you can see works by artists from all five boroughs.
Join the Broadway’s Supper’s Club this weekend for a night of utter luxury as two time Tony Award winner, Patti Lu Pone, performs an eclectic mix of songs from The Lady and the Torch with a larger-than-life rendition. Tickets start at $95.
Rooftop films presents another stellar lineup this weekend starting off with NY Shorts, a collection of energetic short films that burst diversity with every scene on Friday night and a multi-instrumentalist, civil rights activist on Saturday. Both events are free to the public.
Bronx Museum of Art
This weekend experience Bronx artistry like never before as Art Jones takes to the Bronx Community Garden with a unique performance of projected images and sounds featuring works from neighborhoods throughout the area. Admission is free.