Metropolitan Playhouse explores America‚ theatrical heritage to illuminate contemporary American culture. The Playhouse produces early American plays and new plays drawn from American culture and history.
This summer theater festival in Midtown Manhattan includes scores of independently produced theater, from comedy to drama
The Mix festival is held annually in Lower Manhattan.
The Eldridge Street Synagogue is now restored it to its original grandeur and hosts a program of tours, school and family programs, public talks, concerts, and festivals which help keep alive the 19th-century building and the ancient traditions it embodies.
The alliance offers arts management services to artistic groups, rents space to dancers and hosts performances, including its annual MIX Festival.
New York City International Film Festival (NYCIFF) was founded by Mr. Roberto Rizzo, a professional film maker, in 2010. The beauty of NYCIFF is that it’s not just a place to see films. This film festival has created daily cultural events and special days to honor and celebrate the talent of film making around the world.
The festival's thematic recitals have included programs from Brahms to the Beatles, from Russian songs to the Argentine tango, from 16th-century lute songs to new music.
North America‚ largest film festival for children and teens promotes provocative and relevant film for kids. Each year the festival programs new animation, live action and experimental film from around the world, with filmmaker Q&As, production workshops, red-carpet premieres, audience voting and the NYICFF Awards.