Call it in the air.
Heads or Tales
What: An acrobatic retrospective celebrating twenty years of eclectic performances by Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects.
Why: To catch the crash helmet routine and the fantastically named X-Cheerleaders.
When: Thurs.-Sat., 8 p.m.
Where: Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand St., at Pitt St. (212-598-0400). Tickets online at ovationtix.com.
Selima Optique and Selima Vintage Sample Sale
What: Get vintage Dior frames and other chic specs from the boutique eyewear line at up to 50 percent off retail on Swirl.
Why: You’ve gotta see it to believe it.
When: While supplies last (but DailyCandy readers get exclusive early access, so hurry!).
Where: Online at swirl.com. Ongoing sales include UES, Eberjey, and Rogan.
The Very Best with Theophilus London
What: Malawi-born beat maker Esau Mwamwaya and production duo Radioclit team up with Brooklyn’s finest mix master for a global dance party under the stars.
Why: Save your ticket stubs for a free return visit.
When: Fri., 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Where: Rose Center for Earth and Space, American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West, at 79th St. Tickets online at amnh.org.
The Dream Shop
What: Peruse countless objectified hopes and desires lining the two-dimensional shelves of Austrian artist Lies Maculan’s photo-realistic room installation.
Why: Pick your favorite curated treasures from our slide show.
When: Fri.-Mar. 31. Mon., by appt.; Tues.-Sun., 3-11 p.m.
Where: 30 W. 21st St., b/t Fifth & Sixth Aves. To schedule an appointment, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fete de Campagne
What: Stave off a hangover with chef Marc Murphy’s late-night feast (foie gras terrine, bacon tarte flambé, and goose fat fries with aioli).
Why: Throw back a French Pearl (pastis, gin, and mint) — or four.
When: Fri., midnight.
Where: Landmarc, 10 Columbus Cir., b/t 58th & 60th Sts., 3rd flr. (212-823-6123). Tickets online at circleoftaste.com.
Rodarte for Knoll Luxe
What: Your last chance to sneak a peek at the upholstery and drapery fabric dreamed up by the award-winning Mulleavy sisters.
Why: Dive into their design inspiration. (Hint: Japanese horror films and California Condors will never look the same.)
When: Thru Sun.
Where: Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, 2 E. 91st St., at Fifth Ave. (212-849-8400).
From the macabre to the aspirational, The Dream Shop has something for everyone.
Photo: Konstanse Streese / Courtesy of Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects