Nestled on the corner of Commerce Street in Greenwich Village, Cherry Lane Theatre is a cultural landmark founded by Edna St. Vincent Millay in 1924 and continues to produce shows.
Chez Bushwick, an artist-run organization, is dedicated to the advancement of interdisciplinary art and performance, with a strong focus on new choreography. The organization offers New York City's only $5 subsidy for rehearsal space. Chez Bushwick also produces monthly performance programs.
Drawing on Chinese folk tales and literary classics as well as the contemporary Chinese experience, the company's productions include Chinese opera, shadow puppetry, modern dance, European folk tales and toy theater.
Cinema Village is one of Greenwich Village's grand art house cinemas. It screens foreign and independent films and it is home to the Brownfish Film Festival.
The Circle in the Square Theatre is a legitimate Broadway theater designed by Alan Sayles. It was built on the site of the famed Capitol Movie House and is one of two theaters now located inside the building known as Paramount Plaza. Its first Broadway production was in 1972.
Circle in the Square Theatre School uses traditional and experimental approaches to train actors and singers for work in professional theater, film and television.
This youth-led, youth development organization works with groups of young people, using the performing arts as a catalyst for change.
City Lights offers after-school and weekend theater classes to children in an effort to develop teamwork, confidence, responsibility and a greater sense of self.
City Winery is the brainchild of Michael Dorf, founder of the iconic Knitting Factory, who wanted to create a space in Manhattan where he could combine his shared passions for wine and music.