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Next Best Thing

Next Best Thing

Thursday October 24 2019 • 7:00pm - 8:15pm
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Ophira Eisenberg and Adira Amram

Hosts Ophira Eisenberg and Adira Amram

Courtesy of the hosts

Overview

Catch our new variety show where anything goes, hosted by Ophira Eisenberg (NPR’s Ask Me Another) and comedian/multi-talented performer Adira Amram.

Performances by:

Unwind before the show at 6pm with our Happy Hour open to all, featuring our favorite beer and wine picks and a live set by DJ Donwill.

About Next Best Thing

This is the place to see the adventurous, awe-inspiring and absurd performers who are redefining New York City’s cultural imprint. Each month, rising stars showcase their best work and A-listers drop in to try something new.

About the Performers

Operating under the Artistic Director, Rohan Bhargava, Rovaco Dance practices bold, innovative and dynamic movement, from highly detailed gestures to raw physicality. Functioning in the genre of dance-theater, the company creates abstract experiences of real-life themes aimed at sparking social and political conversations. Rovaco’s work has been presented by Mannes School of Music, The Dance Gallery Festival, Provincetown Dance Festival, Making Moves Dance Festival, HI Artist, South Asian International Performing Arts Festival, Tamasha NYC, Mare Nostrum Elements’ Emerging Choreographer Series, Your Move Dance Festival and J. Luce Foundation’s Leadership Awards Reception. Currently, Rovaco is completing a two-year residency at LaGuardia Community College through CUNY Dance Initiative.

Ana Fabrega Image

Credit: Courtesy of the guest

Ana Fabrega is an actress and writer, known for Los Espookys (2019), Boy Band (2016) and A Maine Movie (2018).

Yoh Image

Credit: Courtesy of the artist

Yoh is a Brooklyn-born mixed-media artist, musician and social media coordinator of the NY based collective, 99SUBLIME. His love for hip-hop, jazz and electronic music coated in deep appreciation for ambiance have influenced his methods of creating music. Through wordplay, the stories he creates allow the listener to delve deep into a realm he defines as unearthly. 

Next Best Thing

Credit: Courtesy of the artist

Clover is a singer-songwriter who is currently studying ethnomusicology, jazz and classical music. Her original music reflects her various interests in these fields. Clover composes music with guitar, piano and vocal melodies that are evoked with sincerity and command. 

Event Details

  • $15 General Admission
  • $13.50 Member Price

Happy Hour at 6pm; Show at 7pm

1 hour and 15 minutes
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The Greene Space
44 Charlton St
New York, NY 10014 United States
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