NYC weekend picks: Our best bets
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From concerts to festivals to relaxing in the city, we've got you covered.
Here are our picks for what to see and do in NYC this weekend.
NAT KING COLE TRIBUTE
It may still be spring, but that won't stop jazz piano master Ramsey Lewis and singer-guitarist John Pizzarelli from rolling out those "Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer," "Mona Lisa," "Route 66" and more unforgettable tunes as they pay to tribute to the velvety-voiced crooner. WHEN | WHERE Sunday, May 1, at 3 p.m. at the Walt Whitman Theatre, Brooklyn College, Nostrand Avenue and Avenue H. INFO $40; 718-951-4500, brooklyncenter.org (Credit: NFIG)
This is the August Strindberg drama, not the one on Broadway with the same title. It's part of an adventurous double bill with Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House," ultimately to be presented in rotating rep, both starring the extraordinary John Douglas Thompson, pictured. WHEN | WHERE Saturday, April 30, through June 12 ("Doll's House" begins previews May 8) at Polonsky Shakespeare Center, 262 Ashland Pl., Brooklyn INFO $75-$85 or $100 for both; 866-811-4111, tfana.org (Credit: Gerry Goodstein)
PEN WORLD VOICES FESTIVAL
This year's PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature, titled "Renegotiating the Narratives," highlights Mexican literature (among other topics) with conversations, workshops, readings and performances by more than 150 writers from 30 countries. Roxane Gay, pictured, delivers the annual Arthur Miller Freedom to Write Lecture on Sunday. WHEN | WHERE Monday, April 25, to Sunday, May 1, at various venues including The Great Hall, The Cooper Union, 7 E. 7th St. INFO Free through $40; 646-779-4829, worldvoices.pen.org (Credit: Jay Grabiec)
In its 35th iteration, Brooklyn's cherry blossom festival incorporates a Japanese market, performances (J-pop, folk dance, fashion shows), demonstrations (origami, tea ceremonies) and workshops (taiko drumming, drawing) along with its 226 flowering trees. WHEN | WHERE Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1, at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 150 Eastern Pkwy., Prospect Heights. INFO $25; 718-623-7200, bbg.org (Credit: Liz Ligon)
This weekend-long festival of independent and alternative games includes a roster of speakers, workshops for game developers and creators, and a showcase of new games such as Codex Bash, Line Wobbler and HOTARU. The keynote speaker is Robert Marks, director of the PlayStation Magic Lab at Sony Interactive Entertainment. WHEN | WHERE Friday, April 29, through Sunday, May 1, at the Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Ave., Astoria. INFO $45-$55 for day passes, $125 for festival passes; 718-777-6888, movingimage.us or indiecade.com/east2016 (Credit: MOMI / Ben Helmer)
BIKE EXPO NEW YORK
From novices to serious cyclists, this expo has something for everyone. More than 100 exhibitors show bikes, tech, apparel and more while demonstrations and classes will teach you how to ride or fix a flat tire, and a beer garden serves up cold brews. The TD Five Boro Bike Tour follows on Sunday, May 1. WHEN | WHERE Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30, at Basketball City, Pier 35, 299 South St. INFO Free; 212-870-2080, bike.nyc (Credit: Tod Seelie)
MET ROOF GARDEN
You're not imagining things. There really is a haunted house sitting atop the Met Museum roof. It's a piece by British artist Cornelia Parker inspired by Edward Hopper, red barns and Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho." "Transitional Object (PsychoBarn)" is a roughly 30-foot-high installation using pieces from an actual barn that once sat on a farm in upstate New York. WHEN | WHERE Through Oct. 31 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden, 1000 Fifth Ave. INFO $25; 212-535-7710, metmuseum.org (Credit: Hyla Skopitz)
Daphne Rubin-Vega and Vanessa Aspillaga, pictured, co-star in the world premiere of a family drama by Pulitzer-winner Quiara Alegría Hudes ("Water by the Spoonful"). Thomas Kail ("Hamilton") directs. WHEN | WHERE Tuesday, April 26, through June 12 at Pershing Square Signature Center, 480 W. 42nd St. INFO $25-$30; 212-244-7529, signaturetheatre.org (Credit: Boneau Bryan Brown)
'THE DEAD ZONE'
David Cronenberg's underrated horror-thriller from 1983 stars Christopher Walken as a schoolteacher who awakens from a coma cursed with psychic powers. It screens as part of an ongoing midnight series of Steven King adaptations that includes John Carpenter's "Christine" (1983), Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" (1980) and Rob Reiner's "Misery" (1990). WHEN | WHERE Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30, at midnight (series runs through June 25) at IFC Center, 323 Avenue of the Americas INFO $14; 212-924-7771, ifccenter.com (Credit: Paramount Pictures / Photofest)
NEW YORK CITY BALLET
Celebrate spring with six weeks of dancing. The NYCB season includes old favorites by the company's iconic choreographers George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, as well as world premieres by Christopher Wheeldon and Nicolas Blanc. Try evening-length pieces such as "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Jewels" -- pictured, with Andrew Vyette and Sterling Hyltin -- or come see combined programs with dances such as "Everywhere We Go" by Justin Peck, set to music by Sufjan Stevens. WHEN | WHERE Tuesday, April 19, through May 29 at the David H. Koch Theater, 20 Lincoln Center Plaza, Manhattan INFO $30-$170; 212-496-0600, nycballet.com (Credit: Paul Kolnik)
A WICKED TOUR OF THE FOURTH WARD
The Fourth Ward slums were once one of the most dangerous and poor areas in the city. Today the neighborhood is known as "Two Bridges," but visitors can take a walking tour through its past with South Street Seaport Museum historian William Roka. Imagine the streets as they were in the 19th century and learn about the area's colorful characters. WHEN | WHERE Fridays, April 22 and 29, and May 13, 20 and 27 starting at the South Street Seaport Museum, 12 Fulton St. INFO $20; 212-748-8600, email@example.com, southstreetseaportmuseum.org (Credit: South Street Seaport)
'A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE'
Gillian Anderson -- yes, Agent Scully on "The X-Files" -- takes on a different kind of special assignment when she plays Blanche DuBois opposite Ben Foster's Stanley in this acclaimed London production of Tennessee Williams' classic. WHEN | WHERE Saturday, April 23, through June 4 at St. Ann's Warehouse, 45 Water St., Brooklyn INFO $56-$100; 718-254-8779,stannswarehouse.org (Credit: JOHAN PERSSON)
It's better late than never as one of Broadway's favorite leading ladies makes her long-awaited debut at Cafe Carlyle. Rivera, who had to postpone her January engagement, takes center stage with her show "An Evening of My Favorite Songs" -- sure to include tunes she performed in "West Side Story," "Bye Bye Birdie" and more. WHEN | WHERE Tuesday, April 19, through April 30 at Cafe Carlyle, 35 E. 76th St. INFO $90-$140 ($25-$75 food and beverage minimum); 212-744-1600, rosewoodhotels.com (Credit: Getty Images / Frederick M. Brown)
PERGAMON AND THE HELLENISTIC KINGDOMS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
The Met's new exhibition focuses on the products of artistic patronage of the Hellenistic period, which spanned three centuries between the times of Alexander the Great to Cleopatra. There will be 265 objects on display, including marble, bronze and terra-cotta sculpture; gold jewelry, precious metals and coins; glass vessels; and engraved gems. WHEN | WHERE Monday, April 18, through July 17 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave. INFO $25; 212-535-7710, metmuseum.org (Credit: SMB / Antikensammlung)
The Holocaust did not begin in a vacuum. A new exhibition follows the rise of anti-semitism during Germany's Weimar Republic and Nazi rule leading to World War II. It includes books, signs and documents such as this identity card from 1939. WHEN | WHERE Through July 31 (closed Mondays) at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West INFO $20; 212-873-3400, nyhistory.org.
(Credit: The Museum of World War II, Boston)
'LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT'
Eugene O'Neill's wrenching autobiographical masterwork is revived with an impressive cast: Jessica Lange and Gabriel Byrne, plus John Gallagher Jr. and Michael Shannon, pictured. WHEN | WHERE Through June 26 at the American Airlines Theatre, 227 W. 42nd St. INFO $67-$147; 212-719-1300, roundabouttheatre.org(Credit: Joan Marcus)
Jesse Tyler Ferguson (TV's "Modern Family") plays 40 characters, all desperate for tables at a hot New York restaurant, in Becky Mode's one-man play about the hectic life of a reservationist. WHEN | WHERE Through July 24 at the Lyceum Theatre, 149 W. 45th St. INFO $71-$147; 212-239-6200, fullycommittedbroadway.com(Credit: Joan Marcus)
‘HEY! HO! LET’S GO: THE RAMONES AND THE BIRTH OF PUNK’
Coinciding with the 40th anniversary of The Ramones' debut album, this show follows the group's beginnings in Queens and focuses on their role in both music and visual culture. A partnership with the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, the two-part exhibition's second act opens there in September. WHEN | WHERE Through July 31 at the Queens Museum, New York City Building, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens INFO $8; 718-592-9700, queensmuseum.org (Credit: Danny Fields)
Benjamin Walker, pictured, dares to play a serial murderer and high-rolling, singing/dancing financial hotshot in this musical adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' controversial novel about the '80s. WHEN | WHERE Through Sept. 25 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, 236 W. 45th St. INFO $69-$148; 212-239-6200, americanpsychothemusical.com. (Credit: Jeremy Daniel)
Frank Langella, pictured, plays an aging retired dancer -- or is he? -- in this psychological mystery by French novelist and playwright Florian Zeller. Kathryn Erbe co-stars. WHEN | WHERE Through June 12 at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, 261 W. 47th St. INFO $70-$150; 212-239-6200, manhattantheatreclub.com (Credit: Joan Marcus)
It's a sure sign of spring when the Smorgasburg booths are open for business. The outdoor food market sets up shop in Williamsburg each Saturday and in Prospect Park every Sunday, throughout the warm months. Vendors include Ramen Burger, Dough and Oaxaca Taqueria. WHEN | WHERE Saturdays at East River State Park, 90 Kent Ave., Williamsburg; Sundays at Breeze Hill, Prospect Park INFO Free admission (food for sale),smorgasburg.com. (Credit: Smorgasburg / John von Pamer)
An icon of avant-garde and feminist cinema, Akerman is the subject of a two-borough, 30-film tribute in the wake of her suicide last year at age 65. Among the titles are her 1975 landmark, "Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles," a three-hour study of domestic routine (pictured), and her final film, "No Home Movie," about her late mother, an Auschwitz survivor. WHEN | WHERE Through May 1 at BAM Rose Cinemas, 30 Lafayette St., Fort Greene INFO Tickets and show times vary. Film Forum, 212-727-8110, filmforum.org; BAM: 718-636-4100, bam.org. (Credit: Film Forum)
'GODS AND MORTALS AT OLYMPUS'
Newly excavated Greek artifacts are on display in this new exhibition at the Onassis Cultural Center. The artifacts, from mosaics to sculptures, are from Dion, a city built on the slopes of Mount Olympus. The "Mosaic of the Epiphany of Dionysus" (pictured), is part of the exhibit. WHEN I WHERE Through June 18, 2016. Onassis Cultural Center, Olympic Tower, 645 Fifth Ave. onassisusa.org (Credit: Onassis Cultural Center)
'EDGAR DEGAS: A STRANGE NEW BEAUTY'
MoMA's new exhibit focuses on the famous 19th century French artist's monotypes. It features 120 monotypes along with dozens of related works -- paintings, drawings, pastels, sketchbooks and prints -- and explores his technical innovations and creativity. The subjects of his work here range from the well-known scenes of ballet to cafe singers, landscapes and the brothel. WHEN | WHERE Through July 24 at the Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St. INFO $25, 212-708-9400, moma.org. (Credit: MOMA)
'KING AND COUNTRY: SHAKESPEARE'S GREAT CYCLE OF KINGS'
England's Royal Shakespeare Company returns with four royal history plays in repertory -- "Richard II," "Henry IV, Part I and II" and "Henry V." David Tennant ("Doctor Who") is Richard, Antony Sher is Falstaff, and Alex Hassell, pictured, is Henry V. WHEN | WHERE Through May 1 at BAM Harvey Theater, 651 Fulton St., Brooklyn INFO $35-$200, 718-636-4100, bam.org. (Credit: Keith Pattison)
'ISAAC MIZRAHI: AN UNRULY HISTORY'
More than 250 items -- including clothing and costume designs, sketches, photographs and an immersive video installation -- tell the story of the fashion designer from his first collection in 1987 to today, from his "semi-couture" lines to his work for Target. WHEN | WHERE Through Aug. 7 at the Jewish Museum, 1109 Fifth Ave., Manhattan INFO $15, 212-423-3200, thejewishmuseum.org. (Credit: Fabricut / Jason Frank Rothenberg)
The highly anticipated annex to the Met Museum is now open. At the building that formerly housed the Whitney, the Met expands its programming in 20th and 21st century art. Inaugural exhibitions are "Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible," "Relation: A Performance Residency by Vijay Iyer" and a show dedicated to Iranian modernist Nasreen Mohamedi. WHEN | WHERE The Met Breuer, 945 Madison Ave., Manhattan INFO $25, 212-731-1675, metmuseum.org/visit/met-breuer. (Credit: Ed Lederman)
This bluegrass musical romance by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell traces a southern literary editor (Carmen Cusack, pictured) and a young soldier (A.J. Shively) through decades of the past century. WHEN | WHERE Through Oct. 9 at the Cort Theatre, 138 W. 48th St., Manhattan INFO $45-$135, 212-239-6200, brightstarmusical.com. (Credit: Joan Marcus)
'SHE LOVES ME'
The enchanting 1963 musical about pen pals at the perfume counter -- based on the film "The Shop Around the Corner," with music and lyrics by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick ("Fiddler on the Roof") -- is revived in a production with Laura Benanti, left, and Jane Krakowski. WHEN | WHERE Through June 12 at Studio 54, 254 W. 54th St. INFO $52-$147, 212-719-1300, roundabouttheatre.org. (Credit: Joan Marcus)
Arthur Miller's shattering drama about witches in Salem and human hypocrisy is revived in a production directed by the adventurous Ivo van Hove ("A View From the Bridge") and starring Ben Whishaw, Sophie Okonedo and best actress Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan, pictured. WHEN | WHERE Through July 17 at the Walter Kerr Theatre, 219 W. 48th St. INFO $42-$139, 877-250-2929, thecrucibleonbroadway.com. (Credit: James Munchin III)
THAT PHYSICS SHOW
Kids and adults alike can watch as physics demonstrator David Maiullo, pictured, conducts live experiments based on concepts of motion, momentum, vacuum, friction, energy, density, fluid motion, sound waves and sound vibration, light waves and temperature. Through May 1; $39-$49, Elektra Theater, 300 W. 43rd St., 866-811-4111, thatphysicsshow.com. (Credit: Donnell Culver)
MUNCH AND EXPRESSIONISM
Edvard Munch's most famous painting, "The Scream," is instantly recognizable. A new exhibit places the Norwegian Munch (1863-1944) in the context of fellow expressionist artists in Germany and Austria. It includes 35 paintings and 50 works on paper, including some shown in the United States for the first time. Info: Through June 13; $20, Neue Galerie, 1048 Fifth Ave., 212-628-6200, neuegalerie.org (Credit: Artists Rights Society)
LAURA POITRAS: ASTRO NOISE
Nearly a year ago, Laura Poitras's "Citizenfour" won the Oscar for best documentary feature. Now the filmmaker, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and artist has her first solo exhibit. "Astro Noise" is a series of installations that explore topics including mass surveillance, Guantánamo Bay, the war on terror and torture. Pictured: "ANARCHIST: Israeli Drone Feed (Intercepted February 24, 2009)." Info: Through May 1; $22, Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort St. 212-570-3600, whitney.org. (Credit: Laura Poitras)
Eugene O'Neill's rarely seen one-act drama, basically a 65-minute monologue, stars Forest Whitaker (pictured, with Frank Wood) as the guy who remembers Hughie, the fascinating former night clerk at a seedy hotel. This is Whitaker's Broadway debut. Tony-winner Michael Grandage ("Red") directs. Info: Through June 12; $25-$149, Booth Theatre 222 W. 45th St., 212-239-6200, hughiebroadway.com. (Credit: Marc Brenner)
'VIGÉE LE BRUN: WOMAN ARTIST IN REVOLUTIONARY FRANCE'
The Met puts on what it calls the first-ever retrospective for Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, a French artist who worked in the late 18th century. Before the revolution, Marie Antoinette helped Vigée Le Brun become one of only four female members of the Académie Royale. The exhibit includes 80 paintings and pastels, including a portrait of the French queen, pictured. Info: Through May 15; $25, 212-535-7710, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave., metmuseum.org. (Credit: Lynda and Stuart Resnick)
Organized by the Swedish History Museum, this ambitious show includes hundreds of artifacts (including the Viking helmet pictured) and full-scale model ships. Visitors can explore a virtual excavation, learn about Norse mythology and play an early Scandinavian board game. Info: Through Sept. 5; $27.50, Discovery Times Square, 226 W. 44th St., 866-987-9692, discoverytsx.com (Credit: Swedish History Museum)
THE ILLUSIVE EYE
Let your perception play tricks on you at this exhibit focused on optical art and geometric abstraction. The show identifies roots for this kind of work in Egyptian and Eastern mysticism and includes pieces by artists from Venezuela, Cuba, Chile, Uruguay, the United States and elsewhere. Pictured: a 1961 painting by Brazilian artist Hermelindo Fiaminghi. Info: Through May 21; El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Ave., $9, 212-831-7272, elmuseo.org (Credit: Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collecti/ Peter Harholdt)
‘MONKEY BUSINESS: CELEBRATING THE YEAR OF THE MONKEY’
The Met rings in the Asian New Year with this small exhibit featuring depictions of monkeys in painting, ceramics, metalwork, jade carving and more, such as this Quing Dynasty porcelain saucer. INFO: Through July 24 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave., Manhattan. $25, 212-535-7710, metmuseum.org (Credit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
'STAR WARS AND THE POWER OF COSTUME'
Learn about the creative processes that went into creating memorable characters and their iconic garb for the first six "Star Wars" films. This exhibit features more than 70 costumes, including those of Jedi masters Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker and Yoda; the gowns of Queen Amidala, Queen Jamillia and their handmaidens; and Darth Vader's suit and breathing apparatus. Info: Through September 5; $27.50, Discovery Times Square, 226 W. 44th St., 866-987-9692, discoverytsx.com. (Credit: Discovery Times Square/Paul Martinka)
Tyrannosaurus rex and the big blue whale are about to get some company at the Natural History museum --- this 122-foot-long, plant-eating creature who roamed the earth 100 to 95 million years ago. The fossilized remains, pictured, were unearthed in Argentina's Patagonia region in 2014. Info: $22, 212-769-5100, American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th St., amnh.org. (Credit: Alejandro Otero)
(24 E. 39th St.): Midtown British restaurant The Peacock just relaunched brunch and have a comfy and fun patio perfect for the summer months. The prix fixe "Endless Punch Brunch" includes any 2 items from the menu and endless boozy punches for up to 90 minutes for $45. Menu items include: Scotch eggs (pictured), cod and caper cakes with minted mushy peas, chive-scrambled eggs with buttered crumpets and "Toad in the Hole:" chipolata sausage, Yorkshire pudding and caramelized onion. Info: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday; thepeacocknyc.com (Credit: The Peacock)
'ARTISTIC FURNITURE OF THE GILDED AGE'
(Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave., Manhattan): Travel back in time to New York City of the late 19th century to see the furniture and interior designs of some of the city's most luxurious mansions, such as the William H. Vanderbilt house and the Worsham-Rockefeller house, pictured. Info: Through May 1; $25, 212-535-7710, metmuseum.org. (Credit: Metropolitan Museum of Art)
'FIDDLER ON THE ROOF'
(1681 Broadway, Manhattan): The 50th anniversary revival of the beloved musical stars Danny Burstein (pictured) as Tevye, the shtetl milkman, and is directed by Bartlett Sher, who staged the masterly revivals of "South Pacific" and "The King and I." Info: Through July 3; $35-$167; 212-239-6200; fiddlermusical.com. (Credit: Jessica Gordon)
EXHIBIT THE DISCOVERY OF KING TUT
(Premier Exhibitions 5th Avenue, 417 5th Ave., Manhattan): This exhibition whisks visitors to Egypt in the 1920s, when Howard Carter and his team excavated Tutankhamun's tomb. Replicas recreate the scene, and an audio tour draws from Carter's diaries and other documents. A handful of experts give "Tut Talks," and a special gallery is devoted to New York's obsession with Tut over the years. Info: Through May 1; $29, 646-979-4120, tutnyc.com. (Credit: Premier Exhibitions)
'SCHOOL OF ROCK'
(Winter Garden Theatre, 1634 Broadway, Manhattan): Andrew Lloyd Webber takes on the popular movie about a wannabe rock star (Alex Brightman, pictured) who subs at a prep school. Info: Through June 12; $79-$250, 212-239-6200, schoolofrockthemusical.com. (Credit: Timmy Blupe)
(American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street, Manhattan): "Dark Universe" is back on a brand new 360-degree screen. The American Museum of Natural History's newly renovated Hayden Planetarium reopened at the end of November, and the space show narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson is once again playing. Based on real data from NASA missions and ground telescopes, it tells the story of important scientific discoveries and of new mysteries like dark matter and dark energy. Info: $27, 212-769-5200, amnh.org. (Credit: AMNH / C. Chesek)
THE SECRET WORLD INSIDE YOU
(American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West and 79th Street, Manhattan): Roughly 100 trillion bacteria live in and on each human body, according to the American Museum of Natural History, and play a fundamental role in the digestive system, immune system, brain and more. "The Secret World Inside You" examines the human "microbiome" through models, computer interactives, videos, art installations and live theater. Info: Through Aug. 14, 2016; $22 (suggested), 212-769-5100, amnh.org. (Credit: Denis Finnin)
'ALLEGIANCE: A NEW AMERICAN MUSICAL'
(Longacre Theatre, 220 W. 48th St., Manhattan): George Takei, who played Sulu on the original "Star Trek," stars in a show based on his own family’s experiences as Japanese-Americans during World War II. Lea Salonga, pictured, also stars. Info: Open-ended run; $45-$149, 212-239-6200, allegiancemusical.com. (Credit: O and M Co./ ISAAC)
PEOPLING OF AMERICAN CENTER
(Ellis Island): Ellis Island has long been a hub to learn about the history of immigration to the United States. The new Peopling of America Center expands the site's scope by delving into the story of immigration before Ellis Island opened as a processing center in 1892 and after it closed in 1954. The new World Migration Globe illustrates migration patterns throughout history and the American Flag of Faces, an interactive video display, is comprised of photos submitted by the public. Info: Open daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; ferries depart from Battery Park; free, 212-561-4588, nwsdy.li/peoplingamerica. (Credit: Craig Ruttle)
'LIVING ON LOVE'
(Longacre Theatre, 220 W. 48th St.): Renee Fleming, genuine opera superstar, plays an opera diva with operatic marital problems in this newcomedy by Joe DiPietro, directed by Kathleen Marshall. Info: In previews before an April 20 opening; $25-$145; 212-239-6200; livingonlovebroadway.com. -- Linda Winer (Credit: Andrew Eccles)