Paper Bag Players stage ‘Hiccup Help’ for kids
The Paper Bag Players are back with a sweet new show for kids. “Hiccup Help” follows Kevin, who comes down with an awful case of the pesky air bubbles. Enter Doctor Kathy, who prescribes a dancing dinosaur (try this at home!), a pizza delivery guy with pizzazz and a high rise birthday cake.
It’s the latest production from a beloved band of kids’ performers, now celebrating its 55th year. Tickets: $15 $30. The show also will be presented at Symphony Space on Feb. 8.
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We know you probably don’t have seven spare hours to spend staring at an immovable object. this weekend, consider stopping by the James Fuentes Gallery at 55 Delancey St.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s epic documentary “Empire,” the gallery is showing the film in its 10 reel, 437 minute entirety.
As you might have guessed from the title, the pop master pointed his camera at our city’s most celebrated building, and then . watched. This might sound like a curious endeavor, but it’s also a strangely mesmerizing, and even revealing, one.
Don’t be intimidated by the length: gallery director Adrianne Rubenstein says most people “drop in and out for 10 or 15 minutes at a time.” Although if you do want make a day of it, she adds, “Feel free to bring blankets and set up camp. We’d even be open to ordering in lunch.”
As a live commercial for unloved travel agents in the age of Travelocity, the work is much longer than the typical 60 second TV spot adidas sale oversize cargo, if you will.
Either way, the silly show by Greg Edwards and Andy Sandberg, who also directs, packs laughs.
Credit Thom Sesma and the freakily funny Michele Ragusa, who play divorced travel agents grappling with the online age and needy clients. Customers include a government bad boy, rich retirees and an high handed Patti LuPone.
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