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DR2 Theatre

The DR2 Theatre, built in 2002, is the newest addition to the Off-Broadway scene in Union Square. A beautiful and intimate 99-seat theater, the DR2 is the former annex of the Union Square Savings Bank, now The Daryl Roth Theatre. The DR2 has served as home to Thom Pain (based on nothing), Ears on a Beatle, as well as the DR2 Kids Theatre’s weekend family series.

Dramatic Question Theatre

The DQT Theatre (Dramatic Question Theatre) is a multicultural, multigenerational theater company of writers bringing indie theater to a new level, while getting dirty and taking risks.

Dream Up Festival

In 2010, the inaugural Dream Up Festival offered 25 shows consisting of 23 World Premieres and 2 American Premieres. The festival had reviewers from NY Times, NY Press, Show business Weekly, the Advocate, NYTheatre.com and others. Theater for the New City will present a lineup of wide-ranging and original 24 theatrical visions embracing drama, poetry, music, and dance from August 17 2014-September 7, 2014.

Dreamscape Theatre

The Dreamscape Theatre re-imagines contemporary and classic stories through inventive theatricality and the collaboration of a diverse ensemble of theater artists.

Drilling CompaNY Theatre

Inspired by great jazz artists of the 1950s, The Drilling CompaNY discovers, develops and produces new works by emerging American playwrights that represent a diverse community of ideas and cultures.

Duo Multicultural Arts Center

Duo Multicultural Arts Center (DMAC), located in the heart of the East Village, has a rich and diverse history. Originally built in 1889, the space has hosted numerous endeavors by notable artists, including John Philip Sousa and Andy Warhol.

Dwyer Cultural Center

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.

Dynamic Forms/Mark deGarmo and Dancers

Dynamic Forms' activities include professional performances, long-term and multi-year residencies, the choreography of Mark DeGarmo, lectures, lecture-demonstrations, workshops, seminars, panels, classes, open rehearsals and published articles and newsletters.