(230 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK CITY, NY, 10281)
Ground level, along the water between West Street and the Hudson River
230 Vesey Street, New York City, NY, 10281
A, C to Chambers Street; E to World Trade Center, 2, 3 to Park Place
|7:30PM||Live Music by Michael Beharie|
|10:00PM||Q&A with filmmakers|
The Commoners (Penny Lane and Jessica Bardsley | New York, NY | 12 min.)
In 1890, a wealthy eccentric named Eugene Schieffelin collected every bird ever mentioned by Shakespeare and released them into Central Park. The only one to survive in the New World was the European Starling, now among the commonest - and most despised - birds in America. Shown in 2010.