Singer-songwriter David Byrne (Talking Heads) takes on Carnegie Hall with a four-night series of concerts called “Perspectives: David Byrne.” Feb. 1-4.
Get four for the price of one with “Meze” at Wooster Street’s Ohio Theater. Each of the one-act plays is a contemporary take on ancient Greece. The show opens Jan. 27.
Get a crash course in Modernism at PaceWildenstein Gallery with “Josef Albers/Donald Judd: Form and Color.” The exhibition features the Bauhaus paintings of Albers and the Minimalist sculpture of Judd. Through Feb. 24.
MoMa celebrates Ennio Morricone, the man behind such film and television scores as the “Untouchables” and “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” with a series of films scored by the composer. The exhibition coincides with a Feb. 3 concert at Radio City Music Hall. Feb 1-7.
With critics in a huff about the recent Dreamgirls Oscar snub, the Makor Theater fights back with “Academy Awards: You Be the Judge.” Throughout February, the theater offers movies from 1975-2003 that were nominated, but lost, as chosen by Makor moviegoers.