Beyond TV: 'Bible' in Manhattan

Mother Mary, played by Roma Downey, in History Mother Mary, played by Roma Downey, in History Channel 's "The Bible." Photo Credit: History Channel

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'BIBLE' IN MANHATTAN

A free gallery sponsored by History's hit miniseries "The Bible" displays rare artifacts from the Vatican at 450 W. 14th St., 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Wednesday. Included are Dead Sea Scroll fragments, a Gutenberg Bible leaf, and other artifacts described at tinyurl.com/boysge9.

 

'THRONES' IN MANHATTAN

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Costumes, props and weapons from HBO's "Game of Thrones" go on free display at 3 W. 57th St., Thursday through April 3. There's also an interactive "experience" placing visitors in the middle of the series' fantastical action. Event times, details at gotexhibition.com.

 

COMING UP IN NYC

Northport's Edie Falco, of "The Sopranos" and "Nurse Jackie," talks about her TV and stage career at Manhattan's 92nd Street Y at 7:30 p.m. April 7. Other upcoming celebrity chats at the Y: Julia Sweeney on April 2, Debbie Reynolds on April 3, and Dick Van Dyke on April 26. See 92y.org/events.

 

ARE YOU A DANCING FOOL?

Then ABC Family wants you for its new series "Dancing Fools." The show, hosted by Melissa Peterman, debuts May 29 to showcase funny, wild and other distinctive moves, as performed by nonprofessional kids, adults, seniors, pets or groups. Details at dancingfoolscasting.com.

 

ARE YOU A NERD?

With the first season done on TBS' "King of the Nerds," producers are looking for second-season contestants. Video submissions now open at nerdking.net.

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