Fri.13 at 11 p.m., Brooklyn Bowl, $15, cash only.
This dance party tribute to Beyonce will be a glorious dance party with all of Queen B’s hits, from "Crazy in Love" to "Formation." Pre-sale tickets are sold out, but you can still get limited tickets at the door. Wear your best bodysuit.
The Apollo Theater, 253 W 125th St, Sun. 15, 3 p.m., Free with R.S.V.P.
Dr. King’s final manuscript, “Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?” details his plans about amending wage inequality, preventing poverty and improving housing and education for the African-American community. After what is notably one of the most diverse and general elections in recent history, WNYC and the Apollo teamed up for a fourth year to revisit Dr. King’s work and assess the future of social justice after the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. The radio station and theater are joined by a multitude of activists and experts such as Justice Writer Shaun King and President of Brooklyn NAACP L. Joy Williams to address a series of topics, including how we can all work together to create change.
Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 W 65th St, through Jan. 24, $14 per film
For its 26th year, the wide-ranging festival takes over Lincoln Center for two weeks of documentary and narrative film screenings. This edition features Bette Midler: The Divine Miss M, a doc that chronicles the singer’s five-decade career; Mr. Gaga, which documents the work of Ohad Naharin and Israel’s Batsheva Dance Company; and a special screening of Mel Brooks’s classic The Producers, starring the late greats Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder.