The Flea Theater, under the leadership of artistic director Jim Simpson and producing director Carol Ostrow, is one of New York's leading Off Off Broadway companies. Established in 1996, the Flea is the winner of numerous Obie Awards, an Otto Award and a special Drama Desk Award for outstanding achievement.
FIAF's premier venue is a 400-seat theater with state-of-the-art equipment for performing arts presentations, corporate town halls and film screenings.
Home to the Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts (FCCA), Flushing Town Hall presents high-quality, award-winning performing and visual arts programs, including theater, jazz, classical and world music, dance, puppetry arts, and family programs with interactive workshops.
Open daily, dawn-dusk Fort Tilden was a key military site overlooking the approach to New York Harbor. Today, the fort's grounds provide athletic fields and hiking trails. The former post's buildings are now a center for the arts on Rockaway Peninsula.
This nightlife venue features diverse entertainment, from bands to burlesque performers.
The Wyoming Building is owned and operated by the Goethe-Institut.
This 172-acre island in New York Harbor was a quiet military installation under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Army from 1794 to 1966 and of the Coast Guard until 1996. It now hosts free art exhibitions, festivals and ticketed concerts and is accessible by a free ferry.
Harlem Stage is Harlem's principal performing arts center. Its two venues, the Gatehouse and the three-theater Aaron Davis Hall complex, serve ethnically diverse audiences with performances that are multicultural in focus, including classical, jazz and Latin music, dance, theater, literary readings and performance art.