Our picks for what to do in the city this weekend.
WHEN | WHERE Saturday and Sunday at 2 and 8 p.m., Koch Theater, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
INFO $25, 212-721-6500, lincolncenterfestival.org
"A PICTURE OF AUTUMN" N.C. Hunter's 1951 drama about the fading estate of a British Family is revived by the city's prime theater archaeologists.
WHEN | WHERE Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m., Mint Theater Company, 311 E. 43rd St.
"GIBRALTAR" Cara Seymour stars in this adaptation of several scenes of James Joyce's daunting "Ulysses."
INFO $45, 212-727-2737, irishrep.org
THEOPHILUS LONDON London, a Brooklyn-raised rapper who seems to grow in stature year after year, will be joined by Afropean sister duo Les Nubians and Brooklyn alt-soul foursome Aabaraki.
WHEN | WHERE Saturday at 7 p.m., Celebrate Brooklyn at Prospect Park, Ninth Street and Prospect Park West
INFO $3 suggested donation, 718-855-7882, bricartsmedia.org
IMRAN QURESHI The Pakistani-born artist is covering the Met's roof with dense patterns in blood-red acrylic paint in a project that is both an homage to ancient techniques and a comment on violence in the modern world.
WHEN | WHERE Through Nov. 3, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave.
INFO $25 (suggested), 212-535-7710
UNCLE BOONS Quirky, distinct and homey, this new Thai entry is very serious about food, and adventurous eaters will chow down happily on dishes with brains and sweetbreads (or safer- ground entrees such as crab fried rice). Make sure to try the chicken liver and pineapple curry ($15).
WHEN | WHERE Dinner Tuesday-Sunday, 7 Spring St.
INFO Average entree $24, 646-370-6650, uncleboons.com
NOUVEAU YORK PRESENTS ETE D'AMOUR The party starts a little earlier in the summer, and the house, electro and disco are as hot as ever.
WHEN | WHERE Sunday at 5 p.m., Le Bain at the Standard Hotel, 444 W. 13th St.
INFO Free, 212-645-4646
"2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY" Stanley Kubrick's mesmerizing 1968 sci-fi classic kicks off Big Screen Epics, a monthlong series of movies screened on BAM's new 35-by-19-foot Steinberg Screen.
WHEN | WHERE Through Tuesday at BAM Harvey Theater, 651 Fulton St., Brooklyn
INFO $13, 718-636-4100, bam.org
Compiled by Linda Winer, Kevin Amorin, Ted Loos and Rafer Guzman