The latest installment in Andy Graydon's super 8 film endeavors, Vostok, Faretheewell, tells the story of a Japanese transplant in Berlin--a tourist who gets the chance to create a 3-D computer model for a spaceship in a science fiction film. Sounds heady (LMAKprojects, 139 Eldridge St., Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday, noon-6 p.m., free).
Take in the 34-year career of DA Robert M. Morgenthau (opens Sunday, Museum of Jewish Heritage).
A museum exhibit focusing on sex in film? Yes, please ("Action: Sex and the Moving Image," MOS, ongoing).
Check out Cuban artist Ana Mendieta's unique methods of creation (Galerie Lelong, 528 West 26th).
See African Grammy Award-winning Angelique Kidjo's "The Sound of the Drum," which follows the unique beats of African percussion through time (8 p.m. Thursday, Carnegie Hall, $13.50 to $74). Kidjo released an album, OYO, earlier this month, performed for UNICEF in May and appeared at the 2010 World Cup Kick Off Concert. She is known as "Africa's Premier Diva." We say this is a show worth seeing.
Check out Oh No Oh My's funky new hit, "Again Again," from the upcoming album, People Problems (Koenig Records).
Take a trip down south with Mariachi Los Camperos (7 p.m., Friday, Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium at the Met, $45).
Kids will love this aquatic musical-ImaginOcean follows fish across the ocean floor (New World Stages).
See not one but six plays in one night at the 10th Annual 24 Hour Plays on Broadway. Benefiting the Urban Arts Partnership, which brings the arts into the city's classrooms, the night features A-list names such as Claire Danes, Sarah Silverman, America Ferrera, Christopher Meloni and Kyra Sedgwick. A night of drama plus doing a good deed? We'll take it (8 p.m. Monday, American Airlines Theater, 227 West 42nd St.).
Hear a discussion of John Guare's A Free Man of Color (6 p.m., Wednesday, Vivian Beaumont Theater).
Andrea Marcovicci sings cabaret with The History of the Torch Song (Tuesday, 8:30 p.m., Algonquin Hotel).
Watch a new take with Little Red: A Fairy Tale in Rhythm and Rhyme (Saturday, Queens Theater in the Park).
El Museuo Del Barrio's new exhibit, "Nueva York (1613-1945)" explores the cultural impact Latinos and Spanish-speaking countries had on the city. The exhibit includes not just art, but documents, books, artifacts, a Ric Burns documentary and an art installation by famed Puerto Rican artist Antonio Martorell. This exhibition is on the pulse of New York's cultural landscape. (1230 Fifth Avenue, at 104th street, Tuesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.).
"Sargent and Impressionism" features more than 30 works by John Singer Sargent (Adelson Galleries).
Collages made of money? Yep. Check out CK Wilde's patchwork pictures (Pavel Zoubok, 533 West 23rd).
See Renault Heir Johnny Pigozzi's photographs of the international glitterati (Gagosian Gallery).
Want to be a part of a real live comedy show instead of just an audience member? Reuben Williams Attacks! Is just that--seasoned improvisers create a show based on one conversation with an audience member. Buyer beware--you better be a good sport (10:30 p.m., Saturday, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, $10)!
Edwin Schlossberg , designer, gives us a peek at his "Dream Cube" (6 p.m., Wednesday, NYSID).
Joan Collins holds forth in "One Night with Joan" (opens Tuesday, Regency Ballroom, 540 Park Avenue, $40).
Take a curator's tour of the Guggenheim's "Chaos and Classicism" (2 p.m., Friday).