WHERE | WHEN Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8 p.m., Delacorte Theater, enter Central Park at Central Park West and 81st Street
INFO Free, 212-539-8500, publictheater.org
"FOOD AND FADWA"
The new Noor Theatre, dedicated to plays about the Middle East and Middle-Eastern Americans, opens with this serious comedy about a woman who cooks and her Palestinian family in Bethlehem.
WHERE | WHEN Saturday at 3 and 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 and 7 p.m., New York Theatre Workshop, 79 E. Fourth St.
INFO $65, 212-279-4200, nytw.org
"WE PLAY FOR THE GODS" The always interesting Women's Project collaborates on an intimate epic with seven playwrights, four directors, three producers and five actors -- including the ever-endearing Annie Golden.
WHERE | WHEN Friday night at 8, Saturday at 3 and 8 p.m., Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce St.
INFO $60, 212-352-3101, womensproject.org
WHEN | WHERE Friday night at 7 and Saturday at 3 p.m. at Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Ave., Astoria, Queens
INFO Free with $12 museum admission, 718-777-6888, movingimage.us
SWEPT AWAY The Museum of Arts and Design on Columbus Circle has a reputation for innovative programming, and the often-ephemeral works in this show -- ingeniously made of dust, dirt and ashes -- really dazzle.
WHEN | WHERE Through Aug. 12, closed Mondays. 2 Columbus Circle
INFO $15, 212-299-7777, madmuseum.org
JUNGSIK The old Chanterelle space in TriBeCa is now home to an exciting haute cuisine Korean. Even if the atmosphere is a touch too formal at times, memorable dishes abound, like the Tabasco chicken with kimchee.
WHEN | WHERE Dinner, closed Sundays, 2 Harrison St.
INFO Average entree price $30, 212-219-0900, jungsik.kr
WHEN | WHERE Saturday at 8 p.m., B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, 237 W. 42nd St.
INFO $25, 800-745-3000, ticketmaster.com
ROCK 'EM, SOCK 'EM It's going to be a long night of electro, punk, funk and indie. The tunes go until 4 a.m.
WHEN | WHERE Friday night at 10, Otto's Shrunken Head, 538 E. 14th St.
INFO Free, 212-228-2240, ottosshrunkenhead.com
Compiled by Kevin Amorim, Linda Winer, Rafer Guzmán and Ted Loos.