This experimental performance group works in new media to produce innovative and hybrid ways of dealing with narrative. In addition to performing, 3-Legged Dog has also, in the past, hosted a performance space that is available for like-minded performance groups.
Aaron Davis Hall is a three-theater venue operated by Harlem Stages. Its box office is at the Gatehouse venue, across the street.
Alice Tully Hall is home to the Chamber Music Society and the Great Performers series. The New York Film Festival is also held annually at Alice Tully Hall. Designed by Pietro Belluschi, the 1,096-seat theater is an intimate room for chamber music.
Nature hikes and birding, lessons in astronomy and geology, art workshops, cross-country skiing and even a tour of a city water tunnel take place at these 700 acres in eastern Queens.
The Arrow Community Garden has an open green area, gardens, trees, and a community center space. It is near the Museum of the Moving Image.
Home to the New York Philharmonic, Avery Fisher Hall seats 2,738 and hosts many musical events and festivals.
Winner of the 1988 Architectural Theater Award, the Harvey (formerly the Majestic) resembles a romantic ruin of a theater space. Originally a traditional playhouse, the theater was converted into a movie house in 1942 and abandoned in 1968. This unique space was obtained in 1987 by BAM's then-president Harvey Lichtenstein for the landmark production of Peter Brook's The Mahabharata. The Harvey is located two blocks from BAM's Howard Gilman Opera House and has 874 seats.