Things to do for September 08, 2016

Nude Shakespeare, Dirty Dancing and a Slip ’N Slide at Roberta’s

There’s a Lot to Ponder This Weekend

By Ilana Dadras

It’s always darkest before the weekend.

And Now: Shakespeare in the Park, sans Clothing

And Now: Shakespeare in the Park, sans Clothing

This female acting troupe is doing a series of nude performances of The Tempest in Prospect Park... in order to promote the importance of the three unities.

Through Sep 10, 5:30pm, The Tempest at the Music Pagoda in Prospect Park, Brooklyn

Dirty Dancing, Dancing

<em>Dirty Dancing</em>, Dancing

It’s a Dirty Dancing–themed night at this rooftop bar in Bushwick, with a screening, a trivia contest, themed drinks, a DJ set of songs that influenced the movie’s soundtrack and a bunch of people dressed like it’s the ’60s. Do join them.

New Competition for Best Breakfast Sandwich

New Competition for Best Breakfast Sandwich

Union Fare, fast-casual-lunch-spot-extraordinaire/dinner spot/raw bar/bakery/wine bar, felt as though they just didn’t do enough. So now they’re doing a brunch that’ll include an apple sausage breakfast sandwich with egg, cheese, bacon glaze and a cinnamon roll bun. That’s just one thing.

Sat-Sun, 11am-3:45pm, Union Fare, 6 E 18th St (between Broadway and 5th), 212-633-6003

Last Summer-Flinging at Roberta’s

Last Summer-Flinging at Roberta’s

For their last party of the summer, Roberta’s will be throwing a party of beer, pizza and a good old-fashioned Slip ’N Slide. We already know they’ve got at least two of those down.

Sep 11, noon-9pm, Roberta’s, 261 Moore St (between Bogart and White), Brooklyn, 718-417-1118

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Nice Turkish Things for Your Face

Nice Turkish Things for Your Face

RVS, an Istanbul-based purveyor of handsome, sometimes-outlandish sunglasses, has a pop-up on the Bowery. Go there, and the top of your nose will be all the better for it.

Ilana Dadras

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.

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