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Coming up this month, The Greene Space presents
international Dancehall sensation Sean Paul
discussing his decades-long career with Marlon James,
our Artist in Residence Michael Mwenso in conversation
with very special guests, an Arabic-meets-classical concert,
and so much more! Take a look at our experiences below.
Illyanna Maisonet's bold new book, Diasporican: A
Puerto Rican Cookbook, includes 90+ recipes, but it's not
just a cookbook. It's an ode to Puerto Rican identity and a
story about the island's dishes as they morph across North
Join Illyanna and New York Times staff writer Eric
Kim as they discuss her cultural and gastronomic
experiences, and her six-year journey navigating the publishing
world without an agent. Tickets include a tasting of Puerto
Experience violinist and composer Layale Chaker's profound
work, Radio Afloat, live at The Greene Space.
Layale's work blends Arabic music with classical
contemporary and Jazz, and channels experimental art rooted in
tradition. Radio Afloat is a reflection on the intertwined
destinies of people and the natural world, and the collective
pain which connects us.
Mwenso is a bandleader, singer, and one of
the founders of The Shakes, a unique group of Juilliard-trained
artists that merge entertainment and artistry with a formidable
timeline of Jazz and blues through African and Afro-American
Join Michael as he interviews an Album of the
Year GRAMMY Award-winner, leads an Ancestral Communal
Listening Party, performs with The Shakes, and more!
It's been 20 years since Sean Paul's smashalbum Dutty
Rock took over the airwaves and set pulses racing with
hits like "Get Busy," "Gimme the Light,"
and "Like Glue."The GRAMMY Award-winning
artist has collaborated with everyone from Beyoncé
to Enrique Iglesias.
Join us for an intimate evening as New York Times
best-selling Jamaican author and Dutty Rock Art
Director Marlon James sits down with Sean Paul to
discuss the impact of the album, the history of Dancehall,
and reflect on Sean's impressive decades-long career.
Monday, Nov. 21st–Sunday, Dec. 18th
$10 Daily Pass | $120 Series Pass (20% discount)
FREE Tickets for Kids under 13 *The 2PM games will be prioritized but are subject to change to 10AM. The Finals on
Dec. 18th are at 10AM.
Watch the most exciting moments in the world’s biggest
sporting event LIVE in our all-ages-welcome, fully accessible
venue. Guests will enjoy a cash bar, special interviews, games,
giveaways, and live performances.
Buy a Series Pass to access priority seating for all 15
games, one free drink per event, swag, and more!