Seen & Heard: DanceBody is Opening a Tribeca Studio

••• The 1st Precinct is having a community meeting for Sector A (basically the greater Seaport area) on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Peck Slip School. Of note to everyone in the 1st Precinct: Some of the Neighborhood Coordination Officers have changed. The current NCO lineup is in the map below.

••• DanceBody, whose plans to open at 51 Warren were thwarted by the condo board, found a new space for its first dedicated studio in Tribeca: the former Bari Studio at 23 Leonard. The first day is November 10.

••• From the folks at GrowNYC: “Starting on November 8, the World Trade Center Greenmarket farmers market will go indoors. Also, the end date for the market has been extended this season, and it will now be open until November 20.”

••• October 31 to November 3 at the Flea: “Returning for the second time this year, Opera on Tap brings its signature irreverent approach to opera to The Flea in its resident immersive cabaret series. In honor of the season, we are pleased to present Bucket o’Blood Cabaret. Committed to the tagline ‘No one gets in for free… but nobody gets out alive,’ the company promises to deliver an evening of blood-red cocktails paired with hair-raising operatic screams. The cabaret will feature an eclectic array of creepy operatically-tinged songs by Christopher Berg, Daniel Felsenfeld, Tom Lehrer, David Mallamud, Dave Malloy, One Ring Zero, Kamala Sankaram, Stephen Sondheim, Weird Al Jankovic, Ozzy Osbourne and others. The event will also include the first fully-staged live performance of The Parksville Murders—the world’s first virtual reality opera, by composer Kamala Sankaram and writer Jerre Dye.” Tickets.

••• November 15 at the Schimmel Center at Pace University: Louie Anderson. “Recognized by Comedy Central as ‘One of 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comedians of All Time,’ Louie’s career has spanned more than 30 years. He is a best-selling author, star of his own stand-up specials and sitcoms, and continues to tour the country performing to standing room only crowds. Louie won his most recent Emmy Award in 2016 for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his portrayal of Christine Baskets, Zach Galifianakis’ mother, on the FX series Baskets.”