Classic Stage Company is the award-winning Off-Broadway theater committed to re-imagining the classical repertory for a contemporary American audience. CSC presents plays from the past that speak directly to the issues of today.
Since its founding in 1999, the Classical Theatre of Harlem has established itself as a serious venue for theater in Harlem. It produces classics of world theater in an effort to introduce young Harlem audiences to these plays.
Named after the respected Puerto Rican poet, the Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center (CSV) was established in 1993 with the mission of nurturing and developing Puerto Rican and Latino arts in the Lower East Side.
Clubbed Thumb commissions, develops, and produces funny, strange, and provocative new plays by living American writers. Since its founding in 1996, the company has earned four Obies and presented plays in every form of development, including over 75 full productions.
The CAP21 Youth Program is committed to providing the most cutting edge, professional and comprehensive training available in New York City. The faculty of professional artists create a safe learning environment that fosters creativity, celebrates individuality and encourages growth in young artists.
The Collapsable Hole on Metropolitan Avenue in Brooklyn is home to the Williamsburg-based performance group Collapsable Giraffe, which uses media, nudity and high-doses of irreverence to spice up its original theater pieces.
Now approaching its 14th season, this world-class performance facility is noted for its annual series, CFA Presents, a series of first-rate performances featuring music, comedy, theater, dance and children‚ theater.
The Miller Theater on Columbia University's campus hosts music, dance, theater and speaking engagements.
Community Works serves more than 150,000 public school students and community groups every year through live performances, workshops, exhibitions, mentoring and other programs.