Whether you celebrate Passover or Easter Sunday, you should definitely try to get out and enjoy this weather. Here are a couple fun things to try out this weekend!
Selfless with Nick Halstrom
Aurora Providence :: 276 Westminster St :: Friday 14th :: 10pm :: Free
It’s back! Get all your moves and grooves out with DJ Nick Halstrom at the helm guiding you to group catharsis.
Tasting Menu at Birch
200 Washington Street :: Thurs – Mon :: 5pm-10pm
Modern American cuisine rooted in classical technique, made from the best of New England’s seasonal environment. The 4 course tasting menu starts at $49. For drink pairings, add $35.
Modern Movements Dance Festival
AS220 :: 95 Empire Street :: All Weekend :: varying prices
AS220 presents the second annual Modern Movements Dance Festival from April 1st through 23rd at the AS220 Black Box Theatre (95 Empire Street, Providence), featuring seven dance artists and companies that celebrate the creativity, ingenuity, and experimentation of modern dance. Modern Movements is sponsored by 95.5 WBRU, Motif Magazine, LaBrie Dance, and Blackman Insurance.
Doppelgänger Dance Collective – Myths, Legends & Questions
April 13th, 14th, 21st, 22nd at 7:30 PM / April 23rd, 2 PM
As the anchor performance of their second season, Doppelgänger Dance Collective will present new interdisciplinary works at AS220s 95 Empire Black Box in April 2017 as part of their Community Live Arts Residency. DDC will premiere a dance film, directed by Andy Russ in collaboration with poet Laura Brown Lavoie, and students from the Jacqueline M Walsh School for the Arts, as well as two new works by Rhode Island-based choreographer Heidi Henderson and a piece by Boston-based choreographer Alissa Cardone.
MMDF Mixed Bill 2017
April 15th and 19th at 7:30 PM
Featuring: Ali Kenner Brodsky + Andy Russ, Amorphous Dance Collective, Denizen Arts, Orlando Hernandez
Book Browsing at Symposium
240 Westminster Street :: Saturday :: 10am-8pm
Take advantage of the fabulous weather, grab a coffee, and go for a walk. Browse the super discounted books outside of Symposium, or go on in to find that new page turner you’ve been hearing so much about!