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MARCH LET’S BE HAVING YOU,

Ten events you’re going to LOVE!

Clio Art Fair

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335 W35th St Running alongside the Armory Show in terms of timing, this fair is different in that it targets artists who have no exclusive gallery representation in New York. This, say the organizers, frees them from the usual constraints of the art business and leaves them open to be more experimental. clioartfair.com

Summer: the Donna Summer Musical Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

If there’s a musical more camp coming to Broadway this year, we don’t know what it is. Prepare, friends, to witness Tony winner LaChanze as “Diva Donna,” Ariana DeBose as “Disco Donna,” and Storm Lever as “Duckling Donna.” Previews begin March 28. It’ll be hot stuff. TheDonnaSummerMusical.com

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Scope Metropolitan Pavilion This is the first year Scope runs concurrently with the Armory Show (March 8-11), presenting groundbreaking art alongside events, talks, and screenings. scope-art.com

Children of a Lesser God Studio 54

Volta Pier 90

A contemporary art fair that highlights solo projects by leading and emerging international artists. This annual show is particularly popular among younger art lovers, as a place to discover groundbreaking new artists. March 7-11. ny.voltashow.com

DIGITAL EDITION

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A revival of the 1980 play that asks the question: how can we truly communicate? Joshua Jackson, Lauren Ridloff, and Anthony Edwards star in the story about an unconventional teacher at a school for the deaf and the woman he meets there. Previews begin March 22. childrenofalessergod broadway.com

W42ST Issue 39 - The Art & Design issue  

Inside: The New York Basquiat, Warhol, and Haring knew ... and the artistic renegades shaping the future. Plus: Broadway beauty, desks of th...

W42ST Issue 39 - The Art & Design issue  

Inside: The New York Basquiat, Warhol, and Haring knew ... and the artistic renegades shaping the future. Plus: Broadway beauty, desks of th...