Dance Theatre of Harlem is a leading dance institution with outreach programs and a world-class school that trains young people in classical ballet and the allied arts. The Dance Theatre of Harlem Ensemble is its performing group.
DDD promotes the appreciation and critical understanding of dance by realizing the creation of new works by choreographer David Dorfman and his artistic collaborators. In advocating his mission “to get the whole world dancing,” Dorfman’s work has enjoyed broad and diverse audiences nationally and internationally.
Across from the Lincoln Center campus, this visitors' center offers staffed information desks, day-of discount tickets to Lincoln Center events, public seating and free concerts on Thursdays at 8:30 pm, and at 11 am on the first Saturday of the month.
In 2010, the inaugural Dream Up Festival offered 25 shows consisting of 23 World Premieres and 2 American Premieres. The festival had reviewers from NY Times, NY Press, Show business Weekly, the Advocate, NYTheatre.com and others. Theater for the New City will present a lineup of wide-ranging and original 24 theatrical visions embracing drama, poetry, music, and dance from August 17 2014-September 7, 2014.
Duo Multicultural Arts Center (DMAC), located in the heart of the East Village, has a rich and diverse history. Originally built in 1889, the space has hosted numerous endeavors by notable artists, including John Philip Sousa and Andy Warhol.
This community-based arts and education institution on Manhattan's Upper West Side has a 30-year history of providing a forum for artists and musicians from around the city (and around the world) to create and perform new works.
The Esopus Foundation operates Esopus Space, an exhibition and performance venue in Greenwich Village. Exhibitions showcase work from contributors to the arts magazine Esopus as well as from figures in the contemporary art world.
FAB (Fourth Arts Block) was founded in 2001 to establish and advance the East 4th Street Cultural District, between Second Avenue and the Bowery. The district is home to more than a dozen arts groups, 10 cultural facilities and 17 performances and rehearsal venues.
The Faison Firehouse Theater is home to the American Performing Arts Collaborative (APAC), Inc. a not-for-profit (501c3) organization co-founded by Tony Award Winner, George Faison and Tad Schnugg in 1997. For more than forty years, George Faison has been a driving force in the theater as well as film, video, television, concert dance, concert staging, television commercials and trade shows. George is internationally recognized as having achieved a preeminent place among the world's most important directors, choreographers and writers and is known for his uncompromising pursuit of artistic excellence and the production and nourishment of socially relevant art ...