10 Ideas Under $10 for Your Week: Destroy Crappy Art in a Gallery and Join the Crazy Legs Skate Club
Michael Amorillo Detail from "We Never Looked Back"
You think you have what it takes to roller-skate with the best of them? Test out your dance moves on wheels, donate a couple of bucks at the Bayanihan Spirit party to benefit typhoon victims, and take your frustrations out on some really hideous art, all before the end of the week.
[Lit] With the World Cup right around the corner, join authors Jonathan Wilson (Kick and Run), Rosie Schaap (Drinking with Men), and Peter Zilahy (The Last Window Giraffe) for Soccerpalooza: Writers on the Beautiful Game as they take on the soccer frenzy.
At 7 p.m., Housing Works Cafe, free.
[Film] To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Bread and Puppet Theater, which back in the '60s was housed in what is now Anthology Film Archives, enjoy an array of events tonight highlighted by a series of experimental films. The evening also includes live performances from the theater company, a Q&A with the founder of this influential theater, director Peter Schumann, and much more.
At 7:30 p.m., Anthology Film Archives, $10.
[Comedy] Every Tuesday the Irish Exit hosts a free comedy show featuring top comics previously seen on VH1, Comedy Central, Conan, and more. Past comedians include Aziz Ansari and Judah Friedlander.
At 8 p.m., The Irish Exit, free.