Since 1988, 651 ARTS has been committed to developing, producing and presenting performance and cultural programming rooted in the African Diaspora, with a primary focus on contemporary performing arts. 651 ARTS serves the cultural life of New York City, with a particular focus on Brooklyn, one of America’s most culturally diverse communities. -
Enter into a club where you can disappear and have the best night of your life. Where you can love and hate equally and then drink and dance it off. Welcome to Dark Disco.
This multidisciplinary institution promotes performing, visual and literary arts through classes and performances for a wide range of audiences. Founded to promote issues of Jewish values and American pluralism, the Y now promotes a diverse roster of programs.
92YTribeca opened on Hudson Street in 2008 as as the 92nd Street Y's downtown art and entertainment venue. It has a performance stage with full bar for live music, comedy, cabaret, theater, performance art and dance; a 72-seat movie theater, and more.
The dance and theatrical repertory of ABAKUA' Afro-Latin Company is designed to reach a broad audience and to nurture the widespread appreciation of Afro-Latin dance.
Above and Beyond Dance was created to explore the enormous range of untapped potential in the fusion of dance and circus arts work—a blend which creates possibilities that go far beyond the traditional spectacle of circus and which expands upon the choreographic possibilities of dance.
The After Dinner Opera Company performs American chamber works for general audiences and introduces young people to music and dance through in-school workshops.
One 60-seat white box performance theater and four affordable, clean rehearsal studios provide emerging and established NYC artists with uniquely inviting space for rehearsals, performances, classes, workshops, readings, photo/video shoots, lectures, auditions, screenings, special events and art exhibitions.
The company, led by artistic director Enrique Cruz DeJesus, performs at schools, universities, festivals, special events and tours. The company‚ annual New York season features work by Cruz DeJesus and independent choreographers.