Cook traditional iranian dishes With the chef Louisa Shafia to celebrate Navroz, Or in the class presented by the Persian New Year, which falls on 20 March this year Museum of Food and Beverage. Ms. Shafia, author of “The New Persian Kitchen”, will take the audience on a walk through the culinary traditions and rituals of the holiday while walking Ash leaking, A noodle soup with herbs, beans, fried onions and mint, and mahi sorkh kardeh, fried fish with turmeric and green herbs. He will also join Iranian journalist Yegneh Rezian In a conversation about his Novruz traditions, moderated by Nazli Parvizi, president of the Museum of Food and Drink. Dishes will already be available for those wishing to gather and cook at home. Tickets for this event are $ 15.
When 7 PM Eastern
Join a listening party for the world premiere of “Romeo y Juliet”,A bilingual Spanish and English audio adaptation of Shakespeare’s play, presented by WNYC Studio, Public Theater And Green space. Directed by Sayim Ali, the podcast stars Juliet as Lupita Nyongo and Romeo as Juan Castano. WNYC host Rebecca Ibara will lead a cocktail demo before the show and a live Q&A with the actors and director after the presentation. This event is free.
When 6:45 PM Eastern
Stream Virtual Dance Tour From Dance Rising, A group formed in response to the epidemic and its impact on the dance community. The tour had videos from over 300 artists who participated Hyperlocal dance boycott Five boroughs in 2020 all over New York City. The event is available to stream at any time.
Fight hunger and listen to music Oates Song Fest 7908 for Dan + Shay, Sarah Bareilles, Jewel, Infinity Songs, Darrius Rucker, Daryl Hall and others, a performance and fund-raiser for Feeding America. The broadcast is presented by John Oates, the band Hall and Oates; His wife, Amy Oates; Drive entertainment group; And NugsTV. Mr. Oates will host with the music artist Saxsquatch. The event is free, but donations will be accepted.