The Day: Community Board Meetings, Macbeth and Marriage
Good morning, Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.
Let’s see a show of hands: Whose legs are tired from the ING New York City Marathon yesterday? Did you cheer from the sidelines as runners passed through the nabe, or did you run the race yourself? Send us your photos and stories to TheNabe@thenabe.me.
- The Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Shakespeare Society will present a screening tonight of Roman Pulanski’s 1971 film “Macbeth” as part of BAMcinématek. The novelist Martin Amis will introduce the evening with a conversation about Pulanski, the play and the film, which he directed shortly after Charles Manson murdered Pulanski’s wife. The screening is at 7 p.m. in the BAM Rose Cinemas at the Peter Jay Sharp Building on 30 Lafayette Avenue. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased here.
- Community Board 2 is holding it’s monthly economic development and health committee meetings this week. The Economic Development and Hiring Committee Meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday in the Jonas Board Room at Long Island University Brooklyn’s Metcalfe Hall on the corner of Flatbush and DeKalb avenues. Terence Kelly, the community affairs manager at the Barclays Center, will give a hiring report and a snapshot of the workforce at the arena. The Health, Environment & Social Services Committee Meeting is at 6 p.m. on Wednesday in Dining Rooms A&B at the Brooklyn Hospital Center at 121 DeKalb Avenue. Both meetings will end with a community forum where members of the public can speak.
- The Brooklyn Music School Playhouse presents “Unholy War,” a new play opening this Thursday, Nov. 7. “Unholy War” is an original piece by playwright Dui Jarrod about a groom facing his greatest fears on his wedding day. Starring Alexander Mulzac, Briana Swann, Peyton Coles, Dave Lester and Charlie Prendergast, “Unholy War” will run nightly at 7:30 p.m. through Saturday, Nov. 9. Tickets can be bought here.
Sign in or become a Bklyner member to join the conversation.