• Green Space

    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 Island City as an asset, encouraging exchange on an artistic, educational, and interactive level.

  • NYC-Arts Top Five Picks: March 27 – April 2

    Interesting. Unusual. Uniquely NYC. Highlights of this week’s cheat sheet to the top events include Sweeney Todd, The McKittrick Hotel, Doug Varone, and more. Get the NYC-ARTS Top Five in your inbox every Monday and follow @NYCARTS on Twitter to stay abreast of events as they happen.

  • Green Space Blooms

    In response to the growing community of choreographers and dance artists in Queens, Dance Entropy inaugurated the Green Space Blooms Dance Festival in April 2007. The festival will feature 27 diverse choreographers, as well as resident company Valerie Green/Dance Entropy. This special anniversary edition will highlight choreographers who have presented work at Green Space spanning the last decade. Completing each evening is a live music post-performance party, sharing sounds from a different ethnic tradition each night, curated by Open Music Ensemble. The festival brings attention to Long Island City as a destination for quality, thought provoking dance and music.

  • Doug Varone and Dancers

    “Doug Varone and Dancers” celebrate 30 years of impassioned choreography with three works representing the past, present, and future of this peerless company. Their major revival of the Philip Glass-scored “Possession,” inspired by A.S. Byatt’s century-spanning novel of the same name, is an entwined portrait of solitude and desire. Varone’s latest work, “Folded,” set to music by MacArthur fellow Julia Wolfe, renders the intimate interplay between two dancers falling in and out of sync. And in “ReComposed,” inspired by abstract expressionist Joan Mitchell’s pastel drawings, dancers careen across a paper-white stage to the crescendos of Michael Gordon’s “Dystopia.”

  • The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

    The McKittrick Hotel and The National Theatre of Scotland present “The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart,” a transporting, folk theater fable that unfolds among and around its audience, weaving an ingenious and enchanting story told with live music throughout its intimate setting. The McKittrick Hotel’s bar and music venue, The Heath, has been transformed into a high spirited Scottish Pub for the occasion, a unique and perfect setting for the show, featuring a full Scottish cast from the National Theatre of Scotland.

  • The Photography Show 2017

    Held at Pier 94, “The Photography Show” will feature more than 115 galleries from around the world and will offer contemporary, modern, and 19th-century photographs as well as photo-based art, video, and new media. Presented by AIPAD (the Association of International Photography Art Dealers), the 2017 show will also include more than a dozen AIPAD Talks featuring prominent curators, collectors, artists, and journalists as well as special exhibitions on loan from the noted collections of Artur Walther, Martin Z. Margulies, and Madeleine P. Plonsker. New projects will include portrait-making with the world’s first digital camera, the AIPAD Screening Room, and an outdoor video projection.

  • Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

    The Tooting Arts Club production of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” immerses audiences in a completely new theatrical experience. This production of the classic tale of blood thirsty barber Sweeney Todd and resourceful pie shop proprietress Mrs. Lovett is based on a Victorian horror story, first premiering on Broadway in 1979.

  • This Week at Lincoln Center: OSLO

    Lincoln Center Theater’s production of the J.T. Rogers play OSLO, directed by Bartlett Sher, will begin Broadway performances on March 23rd at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
    OSLO tells the true story of how one young Norwegian couple planned top-secret, high-level meetings between the State of Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization, which led to the signing of the 1993 Oslo Accords.

  • NYC-ARTS Full Episode: March 23, 2017

    A look at Pen + Brush, an organization whose mission is to provide a platform for the equal recognition of women in the arts. A visit to the historic Bush-Holley House in Greenwich, Connecticut. And a conversation with artist Dorothea Rockburne.

  • NYC-Arts Top Five Picks: March 20 – 26

    Interesting. Unusual. Uniquely NYC. Highlights of this week’s cheat sheet to the top events include LoftOpera, Wild Project, The People Speak, and more. Get the NYC-ARTS Top Five in your inbox every Monday and follow @NYCARTS on Twitter to stay abreast of events as they happen.