Over the last thirty years, Vivaldi has been a haven for New Yorkers and creative people from the world over. When Joseph Brodsky won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1987, he gave some of interviews to the world press, sitting down at Caffe Vivaldi and enjoying his favorite drink. When Woody Allen and Al Pacino wanted to make movies featuring the timeless quality of Greenwich Village they came to Caffe Vivaldi.
Now we started to host theatrical matinees on weekends. Here's a list of upcoming theater and poetry events;
April 26th 2pm - "Open Hearts" A one woman show by Miriam Kulick
May 3rd 3pm - "You Only Shoot The Ones You Love" by Jeffrey Sweet
May 17th 2pm - "Poems on Love, Death and The Mediterranean"
Lisa Marie Basile
Theatrical matinees are curated by theater artist Ege Maltepe.