Tonight in New York City: Test out your knowledge of WWE trivia, watch a free dance performance at Lincoln Center, or listen to Widowspeak perform at the last MoMA Nights event. By Carly Petrone.
Critical Mass Film Night
Red Lantern Bicycles
On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the RNC critical mass, “Red Lantern Bicycles Movie Night” presents a series of short Critical Mass films. It’s all part of the Bicycle Film Festival. Stick around after the 8 p.m. screening and take part in a critical discussion and a Q&A. RSVP here.
Dance an Impossible Space
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
This week’s Target Free Thursday brings choreographer Molissa Fenley and her dancers to the stage at Lincoln Center. Watch as they perform Dance an Impossible Space, which explores how to make the work “possible” – the dancer travels to the perimeter of the space only to ricochet back to the other side. The piece is marked by the delightful struggle to express a trajectory of motion within tight contraints. The original vocal composition by Erin Gee adds yet another dimension to the performance. Event begins at 7:30 p.m.
MoMA Nights: Widowspeak
Tonight’s your last chance to check out the MoMA Nights event happening at the MoMA Sculpture Garden. Indie rock duo Widowspeak will provide the tunes this evening with Molly Hamilton singing behind the mic and playing the rhythm guitar and Robert Earl Thomas on lead guitar. These Brooklynites have been busy touring and making fun music videos like the one they created for their single “Locusts” (lets just say they used go-go dancers). Set starts at 6:30 p.m. and even goes from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
WWE Trivia Showdown
Four Points Sheraton Times Square
Do you know everything there is to know about WWE? Become the World Champ of WWE Trivia tonight at Gotham Bistro & Bar. Take part in five unique and challenging rounds and test out your knowledge against other wrestling obsessed fans. The showdown begins at 8 p.m. Just make a reservation here with “Give Me a Hell Yeah!” in the subject line.
HmfO: A Hall and Oates Tribute
It’s hard not to start dancing when a Hall and Oates song comes on so why not spend the night dancing away to some of their greatest hits? Head over to Brooklyn Bowl and rock out with HmfO, a Hall and Oates tribute band. Does one of the members of the band have a moustache? You’ll just have to come and find out. Tickets are $10 and concert starts at 8:30 p.m.
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Carly Petrone is a freelance writer living in New York City.