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The Ohio Theatre is one of downtown's oldest theaters. This converted factory space high boasts high ceilings, hardwood floors, industrial nooks and crannies, and its landmark loading dock doors. Founded in 1984, the Ohio Theatre presented early works by Tony Kushner, Anne Bogart and Maria Irene Fornes.
This vast historic space presents extraordinary music, visual and sonic art, theater, and dance in which local and international artists extend their reach in an unconventional and breathtaking setting of scale.
Performance Space 122 is a not-for-profit arts center in New York City, serving the dance and performance community. Over the past 30 years what was once an abandoned school has become a presenter of experimental and alternative performance and a home to countless emerging artists.
This is one of Symphony Space's several venues.
Poppington is a multi-disciplinary space that provides artists, graphic designers, and musicians a place to come together and realize their creative visions.
Today, Queens Theatre is a vibrant performing arts center with three performance spaces: its 472-seat mainstage theatre, 99-seat studio theatre and its intimate cabaret & cocktail bar. The theatre is committed to presenting world-class theatre, music and dance as well as programming that reflects the diversity of the community that supports it.
A space where yoga classes and workshops are held as well as special events in the heart of the Theater District.