Eleven artists – from Carol Bove to Michael Phelan – indirectly evoke the political and make statements about a conservative and consumerist American cultural climate. The group show “Just Kick it Till it Breaks” is at the Kitchen through April 28. thekitchen.org.
The Urban Ballet Theater premieres “Spin,” a dance that fuses classical ballet with break dancers and live DJs. At the Henry Street Settlement, March 15–24.
The New York Pops and conductor Marvin Hamlish perform the music of Richard Rodgers – the man behind “The Sound of Music” and “South Pacific” – at Carnegie Hall on March 16. newyorkpops.org.
Get your first glimpse of the next big thing at the International Center of Photography-Bard MFA thesis exhibition, through April 22. icp.org.
LAByrinth Theater Company co-Artistic Directors Philip Seymour Hoffman and John Ortiz share the stage for the first time in the company’s 15-year history in the comedy “Jack Goes Boating,” through April 8 at the Public Theater. publictheater.org.