The venue is a gallery and performance space suitable for performance art, film, concerts, poetry readings, literary salons, and public art-in-process. Its mission is to support emerging artistic talent and offer audiences meticulously-tailored menus of exceptional cultural events.
Established in 2009 in the heart of Bushwick, 319 Scholes is a 3,000 sq. ft gallery space used for exhibitions, workshops, and live performances.
3-Legged Dog exists to produce new, original works in theater, performance, media and hybrid forms. Working out of a strong literary tradition, our mission is to explore the new narrative possibilities created by digital technology, and to provide an environment for our artists to create new tools and modes of expression so that they can excel across a range of disciplines.Please visit http://3ldnyc.org/ for event information
The 52nd Street Project introduces young people (ages 9 to 18) from the Clinton neighborhood to the business and craft of theater production through playwriting workshops, classes and mentoring opportunities with members of the Broadway community.
Since 1988, 651 ARTS has been committed to developing, producing and presenting performance and cultural programming rooted in the African Diaspora, with a primary focus on contemporary performing arts. 651 ARTS serves the cultural life of New York City, with a particular focus on Brooklyn, one of America’s most culturally diverse communities. -
Talent from vaudeville, musical theater, nightclubs, live television and the dramatic stage made the synagogue a true Actors' Temple.
The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre is a grand opera house with Off-Broadway intimacy.
The nonprofit organization creates educational and performing arts activities for thousands of poor and minority young people. The Castillo Theatre has staged over 100 productions since 1983.
The world famous Ailey company has come to include Ailey II (1974), the Ailey School, Ailey Arts In Education & Community Programs and the Ailey Extension, which offers dance classes to the public on a walk-in basis.
ACMA provides performance opportunities for non-professional classical musicians (soloists and groups) via monthly recitals and occasional concert events.