A broad range of performing arts disciplines‚ drama, dance, music, performance art, troupe comedy, children's events‚ from a host of multicultural companies are presented in either the 476-seat Main Stage Theatre or the 100-seat cabaret/black box studio.
Since opening in 1932, Radio City Music Hall has served as a symbol of New York City's dedication to live performance. Radio City hosts hundreds of productions each year including the Christmas Spectacular featuring the world famous Rockettes, and the NFL draft.
Solar One is NYC's first green energy, arts and education center, including a sustainably-managed park and a solar-powered class room and event space that hosts outdoor cultural and sustainability events during the summer months. Solar One’s mission is to empower people with the knowledge and resources to unleash and build sustainability in their communities.
Fundraising in the spirit of giving and having fun doing it.
SummerStage presents an eclectic mix of the finest musicians, dancers and spoken word artists from around the world in an exciting series of both free and benefit performances on 16 outdoor stages in parks throughout the five boroughs.
This cavernous venue in Hell's Kitchen hosts up to 3,000 revelers. The 40-foot ceilings allow for two lofty mezzanines, each equipped with full bars, excellent sight lines and assorted, tattered couches and tables for lounging.
Since its inception in 1981, the Blue Note has become a jazz destination in Greenwich Village, a place where audiences can see top musicians perform in a close, comfortable setting. Over the years, artists such as Sarah Vaughn, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, Stanley Turrentine, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, and Tito Puente have graced the club's stage.
Home to some of the nation's finest experimental work, The Kitchen Center for Video, Music, Dance, Performance, Film and Literature is a performance laboratory where works by artists and companies are commissioned, developed and executed.