In The City: Events 3.20.09

7 p.m. Broke-Ass Stuart hosts a reading and walking tour at McNally Jackson Booksellers 52 Prince Street, between Lafayette and Mulberry streets. Admission is free. So’s the beer.

7 p.m. The Teachers and Writers Collaborative features Mike Albo, Paul Lisicky and Alistair McCartney for storytelling and reading. At 520 Eighth Avenue, between 36th and 37th streets; admission is free.

7:30 p.m. Kicks off “Five Boroughs Music Festival” at Steinway Hall, 109 West 57th Street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. Ticket prices range from $15 to $25.

8 p.m. The Musical York Theatre Company performs “Enter Laughing,” a revival of Stan Daniels and Joseph Stein’s 1976 musical, at St. Peter’s Church Citigroup Center, 619 Lexington Avenue. Tickets are $67.50.

8 p.m. “Art Battles Spring Fling” where four artists “battle the clock and each other in live art battle!” At Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street, admission is $30, $25 in advance.

8:30 p.m.
Former Hazzard Duke Tom Wopat will perform at the Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel, 59 West 44th Street, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Tickets are $40–$50 plus a $30 minimum.

10 p.m.
“Our Hit Parade” at Joes Pub features performances by Kenny Mellman, Bridget Everett, Neal Medlyn, Randy Harrison, Jenn Harris, Molly Pope, Corn Mo, Lady Rizo, Sherry Vine, Tanya O’Debra, Murray Hill, Jim Andralis and more. In the Public Theater (of Joes Pub), 425 Lafayette Street, between Astor Place and East Fourth Street. 
Tickets are $15 plus a $12 minimum at tables

10 p.m. to 10 a.m Sound Noir kicks off with DJ Dex and Big Bully for all-night party at 286 Meserole Street in Brooklyn; tickets are $10, $5 with RSVP. Free before midnight.

10 p.m.
Glasslands Gallery hosts “Chinatown Getdown” at 289 Kent Avenue between South First and South Second Streets. Tickets are $35; advance, $25. In The City: Events 3.20.09