Entertainment

Regal Union Square Stadium 14

This Greenwich Village multiscreen theater boasts comfortable stadium seats, 3-D, digital projection, listening devices, print-at-home tickets, mobile tickets and major motion pictures. Times/prices vary.

Resorts World Casino New York City

The casino is the first of its kind in the city and features 5,000-plus slot machines and electronic table games, plus a full-service restaurant (RW Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar), a food court and complimentary nightly entertainment. Adjacent to Aqueduct Raceway.

Hours: Daily 10 am-6 am

Rockwood Music Hall

Local musicians shine at this no-frills club with three stages featuring several sets nightly.

Stage 1: M-F from 6 pm, Sa & Su from 3 pm

Stage 2: Nightly from 7 pm

Stage 3: Nightly from 6:30 pm

S.O.B.’s

When dancers aren’t grooving to live samba, reggae, hip-hop and Brazilian beats, they can enjoy a Latin fusion menu with items such as bistek Ipanema, feijoada and grilled ginger lime snapper in a banana leaf, plus a host of tropical cocktails.

Saturday Night Live

NBC’s late-night variety show, hosted by a different celebrity every week, features skits, sketches and spoofs of pop culture. Top pop and rock artists provide the musical interludes. A competitive ticket lottery, conducted via email, is held several months before the start of a new season of shows; go online for details. Standby tickets for either the 8 p.m. dress rehearsal or 11:30 p.m. live performance are distributed under the NBC Studios marquee (W. 48th St. side of 30 Rockefeller Plz.) at 7 a.m. on taping days.

Sea Wall / A Life

(Previews began Feb. 1, 2019, opened Feb. 14, 2019, closes March 31, 2019)

The double bill by Simon Stephens and Nick Payne, respectively, stars two of today’s hottest stage and screen actors in their Public Theater debuts. Tom Sturridge performs Stephens’ “Sea Wall,” a dramatic monologue about love and the human need to know the unknown. Jake Gyllenhaal takes center stage in Payne’s solo piece, “A Life,” a meditation on how to say goodbye to those we love.

Shen Yun

(March 6-17, 2019)

(2 hrs 15 mins)

The New York-based troupe presents a spectacle of classical Chinese dance, song and music, accompanied by dazzling interactive stage effects, as it travels back to an ancient time when China was known as the “Middle Kingdom” and the “Land of the Divine.”

Schedule: Tu-F 7:30 pm, Sa 2 & 7:30 pm, Su 1 pm (additional performances March 13 & 14 at 2 pm)

Tickets: $80-$300

Showmans

Harlem's old-school jazz club has been jiving since 1942. Everyone from Lionel Hampton to Pearl Bailey to Grady Tate to Ruth Brown performed here.

Live entertainment: W-Sa

No music charge, but two-drink minimum per person per set.

Shrine

Patrons groove to several live bands nightly at Harlem’s world music bar.

Nightly 4 pm-4 am

Signature Theatre

The Signature Theatre Company presents new plays and revivals in its permanent home, a state-of-the-art, Frank Gehry-designed multistage venue.

Jan. 29-March 10, 2019: “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark” by Lynn Nottage

Feb. 5-March 17, 2019: “Boesman and Lena” by Athol Fugard

April 23-May 26, 2019: “Curse of the Starving Class” by Sam Shepard

April 30-June 9, 2019: “Octet” by Dave Malloy

Schedules vary

Tickets: $30-$95

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