11/2: Food-Filled FêTe @ Chelsea Market, David Sedaris…

…and Shaolin monks dance at Lincoln Center

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ANIMAL FARM: Affable and totally twisted writer-humorist David Sedaris wraps his two-night stint uptown (waaaaaay uptown—at the Apollo, in fact) reading from his latest bit of how-does-he-do-that satire, Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary. 8PM.

MONASTIC FANTASTIC: 17 Shaolin monks dance in Sutra at Lincoln Center in a piece by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui with visuals by Anthony Gormley, beginning a three-night run at the Rose Theater. Two words, one request: Shaolin kickline! 7:30PM.

Plus: See our music picks on the Nonstop Sound blog.

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