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

Yellow Submarine Animator at Lloyd’s International Gallery
Tonight through Sunday, meet Ron Campbell, animator of the Beatles film "Yellow Submarine." He will be painting, and talking about his craft at the opening of Lloyd’s International Gallery at  6th Avenue and  & Central Park South.

Figaro! (90210) at The Duke
Check out Figaro! (90210) at the Duke Theater on 42nd Street. Mozart's classic opera is reimagined with undocumented workers in a zany comedy about citizenship. Tickets are 89 dollars. It runs through April 3.

The New World Symphony: Dvořák in America at La Mama
At La Mama Experimental Theatre Club on East 4th Street, The Czechoslovak-American Marrionette Theatre presents The New World Symphony: Dvorak in America. The show explores the influence of African-American and Native American music on the 19th century Czech composer. Now through March 27th. Tickets are 25 dollars.

Architectural Digest Design Show at Piers 92 and 94
Today through Sunday, it's the Architectural Digest Design Show at Piers 92 and 94 with incredible design ideas including this contemporary art glass by Abby Modell. Tickets are 30 dollars for the whole weekend.

Open Plan: Lucy Dodd
At the Whitney Museum, if you've never seen an artist at work, this is a great opportunity. Now through Sunday, Artist Lucy Dodd brings her studio to the fifth floor.

Met Breuer Opens
Tomorrow, The Met Breuer opens to the public. This is the Metropolitan Museum of Art's new home for modern and contemporary art.

Robert Glasper Trio
The Robert Glasper Trio brings its unique sound to Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College Saturday night. Tickets are 35 dollars.

Persian Arts Festival
Check out the Persian Arts Festival at National Sawdust, 80 N. 6th St., Brooklyn on Friday night from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. The Persian Arts Festival celebrates 10 years of showcasing the work of hundreds of Iranian American artists from around the world.

6th Annual Queens World Film Festival
Now through Sunday, check out the 6th Annual Queens World Film Festival. It's a multi-venue event celebrating independent cinema and maverick filmmakers from around the world.