Gibney Dance is a pioneering dance company that blends artistic excellence and community action. Gibney Dance has established a stunning company of dancers, highly regarded community action programs and a thriving creative center at 890 Broadway. The mission of Gibney Dance is to create and perform contemporary choreography that expresses the humanity and physicality of women and men, and to enrich and reshape lives through programs that reach communities in need.
The dance center hosts classes and can be rented by the hour for rehearsal.
Housed in two historic Broadway locations, the Center comprises dual complexes of spacious studios featuring high ceilings and streams of natural light. With the dramatic loss of rehearsal facilities over the past decade, the Center is committed to serving the nonprofit dance field by offering high quality, affordable space & innovative programming.
GOH Productions creates, produces and presents original experimental theater, dance, music, performance, folk art, film and visual art. Projects have included performances by the Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre and Yoshiko Chuma and the School of Hard Knocks.
From postmodern athleticism to seasoned theatricality, these expert artists offer a range of programming that includes: performances, workshops, master classes, lecture/demonstrations, commissions, residencies and other types of education and outreach activities.
Responding to the need for professional rehearsal spaces, founder, Valerie Green opened Green Space in November 2005 as program of Dance Entropy Inc. Located in Long Island City, Green Space serves the public by offering discounted services to individual artists and dance companies in a spacious 1800 sq. foot facility. Dance Entropy with the support of its board of directors maintains that Green Space's mission is to serve as a dance resource for the Queens and general dance community aimed at providing an affordable and welcoming environment for rehearsals, classes, and performance opportunities. Green Space embraces the diversity of Long ...
Gus Solomon’s Studio is a dance studio in New York City.
Haleakala is the overseeing body for the Kitchen, a downtown performance space for dance theater, spoken word and interdisciplinary art. Halekala sponsors up-and-coming performers, educates young artists and promotes visual artists through its gallery.
Harbor Conservatory helps young people gain a deeper appreciation of music, dance and theater through individual and group instruction, special ensembles, public performances, master classes, and faculty and guest artist recitals.
Harlem Stage is Harlem's principal performing arts center. This three-theater complex serves ethnically diverse audiences with performances that are multicultural in focus, including classical, jazz and Latin music, dance, theater, literary readings and performance art.