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Jonny Cigar at Dixon Place.

We’re not going to let a little snow get in the way of those weekend plans, are we? Of course, not! Here’s a look at what’s happening on the Lower East Side:

At Dixon Place tonight and tomorrow, Jonny Cigar, the “Poet of the Gutter,” presents “an evening of complacent distractions: whiskey, desire, love, and someone’s gettin’ on that plane.”

It’s you’re last chance to see Red Noir, the elaborate production from Judith Malina, the living legend at the Living Theater. The play closes on Saturday.

Tonight and tomorrow, at midnight, pig out with the original “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” at the Sunshine Theater. See Gene Wilder in one of his most entertaining performances.

Saturday and Sunday at the New Museum, Ute Meta Bauer will screen and comment on collective projects by artist Otto Piene and collaborators, including one of the first broadcasted television programs created by experimental visual artists, “Black Gate Cologne” ( 1968).

Sunday night, ABC No Rio celebrates the Living Theater Reading Series. Featuring: Dorothy Friedman, August Mitch Berman and Terri Campion.

Sunday afternoon at Dixon Place, Story Pirates performs a series of playlets penned by New York elementary-school students, who (as Time Out put it) “have their tiny fingers wrapped around some surprisingly postmodern conceits.”

WaxFactory continues at the Abrons Arts Center this weekend (see our previous write-up).
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