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Kabayitos

Located in the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center, this theater space is available to the community.

Kaiser Park at Coney Island

Kaiser Park, with its northwestern corner nestled on Coney Island, is the perfect combination of beach fun, beauty and functionality.

Kaleidoscope: Teaching Math Through Art

Through Kaleidoscope's programs, students create original works of art that bring math to life and make math clear. The projects involve students in hands-on activities in which they can literally see and discover mathematical concepts. By integrating math with art, Kaleidoscope gives students the chance to experiment creatively with mathematical ideas in the way that mathematicians do.

Kaley Pruitt Dance

Kaley Pruitt Dance investigates the human experience & explores intrinsic communication between bodies in space. The work spans comedic dance theater to abstract concert aesthetic. . Kaley’s choreography has been presented through Triskelion Arts, Chez Buswick & The Center for Performance Research, Abby Bender’s Built on Stilts in Martha’s Vineyard, The Secret Theater, Ketchum Arts Commission, Dixon Place, Movement Research, Niagara & Nancy Smith Fichter Dance Theatre. www.kaleypruittdance.com

Katie Murphy Amphitheatre at FIT

With 277 seats, this modern, two-level facility has stadium-style seating and a small stage similar to a Shakespearean thrust.

Kaufman Astoria Studios “Back lot”

Our versatility and emphasis on service has made KAS the studio of choice for countless productions. Long-time home of PBS's Sesame Street, and host to productions like Men in Black III, The Smurfs, and Nurse Jackie.

Kaufman Music Center

Kaufman Music Center is home to Merkin Concert Hall, which offers innovative yet intimate concert experiences spanning a wide range of music; Lucy Moses School, New York‚ largest community arts school; and Special Music School, a New York City public school for musically gifted children.

Kaye Playhouse‚ Hunter College, CUNY

This theater was dedicated in 1942 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and is where Martha Graham presented new works, Jonathan Miller staged his celebrated Hamlet and Pinchas Zukerman made his New York recital debut. The 624-seat auditorium features dance, music, theater, opera and family programming.

Keely Garfield Dance

British-born choreographer Keely Garfield’s work has been presented at many theaters and festivals both nationally and internationally.

Keen Company

Inspired by the works of early 20th century American playwrights, Keen Company demonstrates that an earnest intent can still be sophisticated. It has produced 17 full-length plays in its seven seasons.