10 Things to Do for Less Than $10 in NYC This Week
Thursday, March 13
[Performance art] Gerard & Kelly's Timelining "features new projects installed in both the upstairs and downstairs spaces of The Kitchen. Through a series of sculptures, site-specific interventions, and a performance enacted for the duration of the exhibition whenever a viewer is present, Gerard & Kelly underscore The Kitchen as a site to work through questions of queer time and intersubjectivity. Alongside the work installed in the gallery, the exhibition will open with two days of performances and a temporary installation in The Kitchen's black box theater. Performers for Timelining include: devynn Emory and Jen Tchiakpe, Ted Henigson and Todd McQuade, Emily Petry and Gwen Petry, R. B. Schlather and Adam Weinert, Lissy Vomáčka and Anna Vomáčka." At 12 p.m., The Kitchen, near the High Line, free.
[Music] If any neighborhood could stand a little redemption, it's the Financial District. In a free afternoon program devoted to "Grace," the approachably experimental string quartet Ethel will perform Ennio Morricone's score to the 1986 film The Mission, new arrangements of Jeff Buckley tunes from his gracefully titled 20-year-old album, as well as works by Vijay Iyer, Son Lux, Marcelo Zarvos, and Nico Muhly. -Richard Gehr. At 1 p.m., Trinity Church, Financial District, free.
[Music] Downtown performance artist Tammy Faye Starlite presents a new concert by singing Marianne Faithfull's classic 1979 LP Broken English in its entirety. At 7:30 p.m., Lincoln Center, David Rubenstein Atrium, Upper West Side, free.
[Comedy] Jackie Viscusi and Jeremy Parker present and host the best of stand-up comedy, improv, sketch and characters. Tonight's showcase includes stand up sets from Katie Hannigan and former Voice writer turned comedian, Chloe Hilliard. At 9:30 p.m., The Peoples Improv Theater, Grammercy, $10.