Your Weekend Starts Now 9/24/15

NY1's weekly segment "Your Weekend Starts Now" shows entertaining picks for great things to do this weekend all around the city.

Camille A. Brown at The Joyce Theater
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Tonight through Sunday, see Camille A. Brown & Dancers in the world premiere of "BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play." Tickets start at just $10.

Chelsea Eats
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Saturday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Pop Up New York is presenting Chelsea Eats, an outdoor artisanal food festival from 14th to 23rd streets, including live outdoor performances presented by the Joyce Theater. It's pay as you eat!

Aerial Photography by Antoine Rose
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The perfect antidote for the traffic this week is to enjoy New York City from above, and you can vicariously at  the Emmanual Fremin Gallery on West 27th Street. Its new exhibit "Up In The Air: Dawn to Dusk" showcases Antoine Rose's distinct aerial photography shot high above the cityscape pretty much attached to the outside of a helicopter

Inbal Segev at Barge Music
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Barge Music offers wonderful programming of chamber music on a floating barge at Fulton Ferry Landing at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge. Friday night, Cellist Inbal Segev performs. Tickets are $35.

Aborginal Art at Salon 94
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Salon 94 on Bowery is presenting the first US solo exhibition of Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri, one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary Aboriginal artists.

Bright Lights Shining Stars Gala
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Sunday night The NYC Dance Alliance honors actress, dancer and choreographer Debbie Allen. Her sister Phylicia Rashad and past honoree Catherine Zeta-Jones will present at the all-star gala at the NYU Skirball Center.

Brian Stokes Mitchell at Café Carlyle
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Brian Stokes Mitchell is at the Cafe Carlyle. His new show is called "Plays With Music." Tickets start at $65.

Off-Broadway Week
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Go off for Off-Broadway Week. Take advantage of two-for-one theater tickets and experience a wide range of theatrical genres during Off-Broadway Week from September 21 to October 4.

New York Burlesque Festival 
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Thirsty Girl & Pontani Productions Present the 13th Annual New York Burlesque Festival, September 24th-27th. “Celebrating over a Decade of Glitter and Glamour in Gotham.” It's at multiple venues.

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