The Delacorte Theater, located at the heart of Central Park, is best known for its summertime productions of Shakespearean plays, which take place during the annual New York Shakespeare festival.
The DiMenna Center features acoustically-optimized, affordable rehearsal, recording, and special event space.
Dixon Place, an incubator for performing and literary artists since 1986, is a non-profit organization committed to supporting the creative process by presenting original works of dance, theater, music, puppetry, literature, performance, and visual art at all stages of development. Presenting over 700 artists each year, this local haven inspires and encourages diverse artists of all stripes and callings to take risks and push personal and professional limits.
The Dwyer Cultural Center is a partnership of Community Works and International Communications Association and the home of New Heritage Theatre Group And Furman Rep Reading Series.
Earth Celebrations works to raise ecological awareness and revive the arts at the center of community life. In the past, preserving community gardens on the Lower East Side and throughout the city by means of a program of arts projects, theatrical pageants, performances, exhibitions, video programs and ecology workshops for children and adults; it currently does similar advocacy for the Hudson River Estuary.
This recital hall is within Baruch College.
FIGMENT, a project of Arts Action League, is a free, annual celebration of participatory art and culture where everything is possible.
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.