Two hundred fifty acres of wetlands, fields, sandy barrens, spring-fed streams and woodlands can be found on the quiet southwestern shore of Staten Island. Clay Pit Ponds, named after a clay-mining operation once on the site, was designated New York City's first State Park Preserve in 1980.
This is the auditorium of the Kupferberg Center.
This 10-acre park was acquired in 1836 by the Village of Brooklyn and named City Park. It is the oldest park in the borough and contains baseball and football fields, handball and basketball courts, a pool and a playground.
D-Lounge is a cabaret venue conveniently located beneath the Daryl Roth Theatre in trendy Union Square.
Dance Theater Workshop's Doris Duke Performance Center, which opened in 2002, features two large rehearsal studios, administrative offices and a 180-seat theater dedicated to contemporary dance artists and their work.
Part of an ongoing history of experimental dance at St. Marks Church in-the-Bowery, this 200-seat sanctuary has been presenting dance performances by established choreographers to young up-and-coming artists since 1974.
The David H. Koch Theater (called the New York State Theater until 2009), is home to the New York City Ballet and hosts other dance troupes as well.
Across from the Lincoln Center campus, this visitors' center offers staffed information desks, day-of discount tickets to Lincoln Center events, public seating and free concerts on Thursdays at 8:30 pm, and at 11 am on the first Saturday of the month.