WET is a nonprofit production company that produces media that challenges female stereotypes and advocates for equality. Founded in 1999 by executive producers Sasha Eden and Victoria Pettibone, WET adheres to its mission by developing new material for the theater, film and TV written by women.
The Whitney maintains one of the world's foremost collections of 20th-century American art. With some 12,000 works, virtually every American artist of significance is represented.
Wingspan Arts is an arts education organization that offers school programming, pre-professional theater training for students ages 7-17, and a full theater season.
Working Theater is New York's only off-Broadway theatre company dedicated to producing new works for and about working people. Toward that goal, the Theater offers low ticket prices and tells stories that reflect a diverse population of the working majority.
This wood-shingled Dutch Colonial farmhouse, built about 1652, is the oldest home in New York City. It stands on land that is believed to have been purchased in 1636 from the Canarsie Indians by Van Twiller, the first director general of New Netherland. With Dutch ceramic tiles and a period garden, visitors can tour the household of the Dutch settlers in the New World.
Yaffa provides multicultural arts programs through a variety of arts disciplines.
The Young Choreographer's Festival presents the work of up-and-coming young choreographers, ages 18-25.
Young Dancers In Repertory provides classes in creative movement, modern dance, ballet and ethnic dance for children of all ages. Its teenage touring ensemble has staged performances since 1985 in a variety of venues, including the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Henry Street Settlement.
Young Playwrights introduces young people to writing for the theater and for themselves. Founded by Stephen Sondheim in 1981, Young Playwrights offers many celebrated programs for young people and teachers, and is a model for playwright development programs across the U.S. and Canada.