Jan. 22, 6 p.m.
Bruno Walter Auditorium,111 Amsterdam Ave.
Relive the best of the Muppets at the New York Public Library at Lincoln Center’s “Sesame Street” collection of their funniest moments, best musical numbers, most memorable guests and moments highlighting NYC life. Reservations encouraged.
Fashion Week with Christopher Logan
Jan. 22, 6 p.m.
Lomography Gallery Store,41 W. Eighth St.
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Celebrate the works of the noted NYFW photographer with a gallery show, Tyger James’ DJ stylings and an open bar. The event is free, but there may not be any drinks left for the fashionably late.
The Year in Review with Neil deGrasse Tyson
Jan. 22, 7:30 p.m.
American Museum of Natural History,200 Central Park West
What did you learn in pop science class this year? Neil deGrasse Tyson and Hayden Planetarium director Frederick P. Rose review the top science headlines of 2014 and discuss their significance in the greater ongoing conversations about science and the universe.
Lunar New Year Celebration
Jan. 25, 3 p.m.
Walt Whitman Theatre at Brooklyn College,2900 Campus Road
$25 adults, $12.50 kids under 12
Celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year with music, dance and more from the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company, the Chinese Music Ensemble of New York and the Beijing Dance Academy. Performances honoring the Year of the Sheep include both brand-new works and classics like the Dragon Dance.
Jan. 25, 10 p.m.
The Bell House,149 Seventh St., Brooklyn
$7-$14 advance, $20 door
The queer-focused art zine and blog SPANK! is celebrating its seventh anniversary with a party that is definitely not appropriate for most 7-year-olds (although both might involve a little bit of spanking).
Through Feb. 22
59E59 Theaters, 59 E. 59th St.
Revived after a sold-outengagement last year, “The Woodsman” tells the heart-rending origin story of the Tin Man from the Land of Oz. Through puppetry, song and one very wicked witch, this minimalist play is a journey of the imagination.
Through March 1, various times
David H. Koch Theater,20 Lincoln Center Plaza
The works of one of the world’s top choreographers come together at the All Balanchine festival at the Lincoln Center. Broken up into three shows with multiple components, this program features classics (All Balachine I, Jan. 20-Feb. 12), lesser-known pieces (All Balachine II, Jan. 22-Feb. 28) and dances featuring Italian musical heritage (All Balanchine III, Feb. 18-March 1).