5 Artsy Outings in Manhattan This Month

Charlotte DeFazio | November 14, 2016 | Lifestyle Best of The Best Play

Be it on Broadway or a black-tie affair at the library, Manhattan's stock of events for the arts never runs dry.
“Making Me Wait” by Camomile Hixon
1. Accessible Art 
Fair New York

11/1-25 
Accessible Art 
Fair New York

The Accessible Art Fair 
makes its NYC debut after 
9 successful years in its hometown of Brussels. Guests will browse international works and attend panels on a variety of art world topics. Exclusive first access tickets $125, general admission from $20. The National Arts Club, accessibleartfairnewyork.com

2. Kristin Chenoweth: 
My Love Letter to Broadway


11/2-13 
Kristin Chenoweth: 
My Love Letter to Broadway

There will be only 12 performances of this limited run with the Tony and Emmy winner, perhaps best known onstage for her performance as Glinda in Wicked. Chenoweth will perform a selection of musical theater favorites, as well as songs from her upcoming album The Art of Elegance. Tickets from $67. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, kristinonbroadway.com

3. On the Inside 
Art Exhibit


11/5-12/18 
On the Inside 
Art Exhibit

This group show of LGBTQ artists, who are all currently incarcerated, was conceived of by Tatiana von Fürstenberg in collaboration with Black and Pink, an organization for LGBTQ prisoners. Free. Abrons Arts Center, abronsartscenter.org

4. Library Lions


11/7 
Library Lions

The New York Public Library’s largest annual event returns, this time commemorating the 50th anniversary of Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball. There will be special collection items on display representing Capote and his iconic 1966 party. Tickets from $2,500. The Rose Main Reading Room, New York Public Library, nypl.org

5. New York Comedy Festival


11/1-6 
New York Comedy Festival

The 10th annual Stand Up for Heroes event, which supports the Bob Woodruff Foundation for veterans and their families, kicks off this five-day comedic extravaganza with Louis C.K., Jim Gaffigan, Jerry Seinfeld, Bruce Springsteen and Jon Stewart. Festival performers include Dane Cook, Trevor Noah, Bill Maher, Tracy Morgan and more. Ticket 
prices and location vary. nycomedyfestival.com



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