Redhawk Native American Arts Council is an Indigenous cultural organization that presents programs, performances and festivals that share Native American culture. It uses the arts to help break stereotypes and educate students and adults about the rich culture and history of America's first people.
Repertorio Espanol is a venue and production company for Spanish and Latin-American theater. Simultaneous English translation of classic Spanish-language drama is one reason it has been a success for the past 45 years.
RH Contemporary Art is a dynamic and multichannel platform dedicated to bringing international artists and their work to a global audience. We feature artists whose work we love. We're captivated by their unique approaches, ideas, and materials, and by the ways in which their work can enrich our lives.
The Richmond County Orchestra is a professional symphonic orchestra made up of 30-80 members, located on Staten Island in New York City.
Over its 40-year history, Roundabout Theatre Company has succeeded in producing a string of dramas, comedies and musicals in five theaters, three of which are Broadway houses. The company currently stages eight or nine productions a year. Roundabout has a penchant for the classic plays, musical revivals and even new works through Roundabout Underground, the company's new play initiative.
Salvatore LaRussa Dance Theatre performances feature an electrifying repertoire of works by Salvatore LaRussa.
This non-profit art gallery has been promoting the work of women artists since 1973. Through events and community programs, SOHO20 Gallery seeks to educate the public about the quality and diversity of women's art.
A staple of the Park Slope community since 1979, Spoke the Hub offers performance series, dance classes, a film series and more.
Noted for a wide range and breadth of repertory in pairings of standard and contemporary works, the Sylvan Winds have presented a number of New York, United States and world premieres of works by Gustav Holst, Gunther Schuller, David Chaitkin and Arthur Weisberg.
The Obie Award-winning Chocolate Factory Theater supports the creation of new work in a variety of disciplines including theater, dance, music, multimedia and the visual arts.