Volume 76, Number 50 | May 9 -15, 2007


EMILE DE ANTONIO FILM RETROSPECTIVE “Radical Scavenger: The Films of Emile De Antonio” is a retrospective of films by De Antonio, who is known for his politically themed documentaries. May 4 - 13. ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES, 32 2nd Ave. at 2nd St. 212-505-5181. Pictured above is a scene from “In the Year of the Pig,” which screens Fri., May 4; Thurs., May 10 and Sat., May 12 at 7pm.


Once Upon A Pandora’s Box, The story of what happens when Tabitha, a bright precocious girl who loves to learn, and her brother Louis, more of an athlete than a scholar, discover a mysterious box in their New York City apartment. Thru May 6; Thurs., Fri. & Sat. at 7pm and Sat. & Sun. at 2pm. PHILIP COLTOFF CENTER, 219 Sullivan St. 212-868-4444. www.smarttix.com. $18. Ages 5+.

Photograms, Learn the secret of making photographs without a camera as you make your own photograms. Sat., April 28 from 2-3:30pm. RUBIN MUSEUM OF ART, 150 W. 17th St. Adults are free with museum admission, children are free. Make reservations at least 24-hours in advance. 212-620-5000 x 344. www.rmanyc.org.

Pinkalicious, The Musical Pinkalicious can’t stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents. This eventually lands her in the doctor’s office with a case of Pinkititis, an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe. In the end, only Pinkalicious can get herself out of this predicament. Open run. Sat. & Sun. at noon. SOHO PLAYHOUSE, 15 Vandam St., bet Varick St. & 6th Ave. $25. 212-691-1555. www.sohoplayhouse.com. Ages 3-12.

Summer Art Colony, Children ages 6-12 work with professional artists and learn how to truly create. One and two week classes available in a variety of themes, including Ceramics, Animation, Comics, Pinhole Photography, Claymation, Puppetry, Drawing, Textiles and more. Students will visit a museum or gallery and will exhibit their own works in an art show. July 9 - Aug. 31. Classes are Mon. - Fri.; from 10am - 4pm with supervised playtime available before and after. $500 - $1000 per class with registration before April 15. CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF THE ARTS, 182 Lafayette St. 212-274-0986. www.cmany.org.

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