Circle in the Square Theatre School uses traditional and experimental approaches to train actors and singers for work in professional theater, film and television.
Circuit Productions presents the uniquely American art forms of jazz and tap dance. Performances are for the most part by senior performing artists of color between the ages of 60 and 80.
Circuit Productions, a dance company that performs and promotes tap, jazz and world dance, works with artists who are 60 years or older.
This youth-led, youth development organization works with groups of young people, using the performing arts as a catalyst for change.
The 19th-century edifice that is City Hall houses the Mayor's office, the City Council's meeting chambers, the Speaker's office and the rooms seen in the background of mayoral press conferences on TV.
City Lights offers after-school and weekend theater classes to children in an effort to develop teamwork, confidence, responsibility and a greater sense of self.
City Lore‚ folklorists, historians, anthropologists and ethnomusicologists create programs and materials to promote and preserve the city‚ cultural diversity. They sponsor a biennial poetry festival, workshops, cultural tours and awards related to the city‚ history.
City Parks Foundation presents free arts, sports, education and community-building initiatives in more than 700 parks citywide each year.
CITYarts brings people together through the creation of public art that improves the quality of life in their communities.
Claire’s Creative Adventures are unique professional artist or theme-based art projects and museum tours that are educational AND engaging! In a classroom, museum or party environment children ages 2-12 (and adults!) are introduced to modern and contemporary artists and diverse cultures based on current exhibits from the myriad of NYC museums and galleries.