BEAT (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theatre) is a performing arts initiative for the community of Brooklyn. BEAT seeks to present performance events that express the borough's profound diversity, celebrate the area's finest spaces and unify its broad, expansive community.
BEBE MILLER (Choreographer/Director) formed The Bebe Miller Company in 1985 with a vision of dance and performance that resides in her faith in the moving body as a record of thought, experience and sheer beauty. Seeking to expand the language of dance, Miller's work encompasses choreography, writing, film, video and digital media.
BienvenueBallroom studio is dedicated to provide you with exeptional and personal service that makes dancing a lot of fun. Their personal approach and experienced instructors offer private and group ballroom lessons for all ages and levels.
The dance company that began at BAM as a collaborative effort between Bill T. Jones and the late Arnie Zane has now performed in more than 200 American cities and 30 countries. The company has been described as a fusion of dance and theater, with highly diverse subject matter, visual imagery and social criticism.
The Hundred Grand Dance Foundation is an organization that supports the activities of Bill Young and Dancers and the SoHo space Hundred Grand Dance Studio. Guest artists teach modern dance classes Monday through Friday, and performances are occasionally held in the studio.
Blessed Unrest (theatre for the adventurous) uses the safe structure of training, rehearsal and performance to create an environment where dangerous things can happen. They produce dynamic, disciplined and exuberant new works for the stage in New York City and abroad, building original pieces and reconstructing established texts with their diverse ensemble of artists. They are a non-profit, ensemble-based, experimental theatre company generating original work since 1999.
Blue Note Entertainment Group was founded in 1981 by Danny Bensusan with the opening of the legendary Blue Note jazz club in New York's Greenwich Village.
Bread and Roses is the not-for-profit cultural arm of New York's Health and Human Service Union.
Break The Floor Productions, LLC is one of the world's preeminent dance entertainment companies, encompassing touring theatrical productions, dance workshops, photo and video production, corporate events and apparel.
BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. We present and incubate work by artists and media-makers who reflect the diversity that surrounds us. BRIC programs reach hundreds of thousands of people each year.