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History, improvisation, recycling, and a multi-waterfront event are also on tap. July 13, Philippines Night, 7 pm. July 13, Blissville, pm. Watch a documentary about a remote and forgotten corner of Western Queens with filmmaker Hank Linhart. July 13, A Space Odyssey, dusk.

July 13, Strawberry Fields, pm. The Waterfront Concert Series kicks off with a Beatles tribute band featuring former cast members of the Broadway hit Beatlemania.

Astoria Park Great Lawn, 19 19th St. July 13, Yesterday and Today , 6 pm. A Beatles tribute band performs as part of the Katz Concert Series. These ladies of freestyle offer a workshop with legendary house dancer Conrad Rochester at 6 pm at this SummerStage event. Then they dance the night away on stage. July 13, The Chuck Braman Quintet, 7 pm. Live jazz kicks off the Woodside Summer Concert Series. July 14, Rural Route Film Festival, 8 pm. This night features Arabic music by Shelley Thomas, 10 shorts, and a party.

Brooklyn Grange, Northern Blvd. July 14, Classic Hitchcock Film Fridays, dusk. Watch the classic Rear Window as part of a summer series. A wheelchair-bound photographer obsessively watches his neighbors across the courtyard.

July 14, Mr. Cheeks and Large Professor, 7 pm. Hip hop as part of the SummerStage series. At 4 pm, Nashville follows 24 stories of musicians, songwriters, managers, third party politicians, fans, and wannabes over five days in Music City, USA. Museum of the Moving Image, 35th Ave. July 15, City of Water, 10 am. This event fosters awareness, appreciation, and stewardship of NYC waterways. July 15, The TeeTones, 6 pm. Motown as part of the SummerSounds series.

July 15, Esta Noche Se Improvisa, Or is it? In Spanish. July 15, SKYY, 4 pm. Soulful songs after a workshop with Scratch Academy as part of the SummerStage series.

Australian singer-songwriter Desmond White offers a sneak preview of his upcoming album. The ditty angers a rival gang, and he has to flee to the United States. At 4 pm, Barracuda , a Texas thriller about a mysterious woman who hitchhikes to Austin to meet her half-sister. July 16, The Quarantine War, 2 pm. This piece big band does reggae and jazz arrangements as part of the Music in the Garden series.

Queens Botanical Garden, Main St. July 16, Dr. Great sounds of the s and s as part of the Katz Concert Series. July 16, Electronic Waste Recycling Event, 10 am to 4 pm. Drop off unwanted gadgets to be discarded in an environmentally friendly way. July 16, Framed Jewelry Workshop, 10 am to 4 pm.

Make a masterpiece with old, broken or odd pieces of jewelry. July 18, Alex Cummings Ensemble, 7 pm. This group plays straight ahead jazz as part of the Live at the Gantries series. Gantry Plaza State Park, 47th Rd. July 18, Totally 80s, 7 pm. July 19, Liberation Day, 7 pm. Food, music, and a movie about Slovenian cult band Laibach, the first rock group to perform in North Korea. Socrates Sculpture Park, Vernon Blvd. July 19, Creative Movement, 1 pm.

Dina Denis and her modern company, Dance Into Light, provide an interactive movement exploration that is shared between the artists and audience. Voelker Orth Museum, 38th Ave. July 19, Queensboro Dance Festival, July 20 7 pm both nights. Twenty-seven cultural and contemporary groups — representing 12 borough neighborhoods — perform.

Second half is in October. Crabhouse, Borden Ave. July 19, Dunkirk, pm. The annual See It Big! Series kicks off with Dunkirk , a thriller that begins with thousands of British and Allied troops surrounded by enemy forces. Trapped on the beach with their backs to the sea, they face an impossible situation as the enemy closes in.

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History, improvisation, recycling, and a multi-waterfront event are also on tap. July 13, Philippines Night, 7 pm. July 13, Blissville, pm. Watch a documentary about a remote and forgotten corner of Western Queens with filmmaker Hank Linhart.


Cuevas, Miguel Ángel 1958-

He obtained his doctorate in philology with a thesis on the dialect of his native town, Agrigento before settling in Rome to teach and write. In , he married a Sicilian girl, Antonietta Portulano, who bore him three children before she went mad and afterwards provided the inspiration for many of his stories and plays. In all, Pirandello wrote 6 novels, some short stories, and about 50 plays. It was a novel, Il fu Mattia Pascal , that first brought him fame. Only in , when he was past 50, did he turn seriously to playwriting. His first stage success had been a comedy, Liola , written in the Agrigento dialect. It took its theme, if not its mood, from the Mandragola of Machiavelli see Vols.

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