Designed by architect Herbert J. Krapp and constructed by the Shuberts, it opened on December 20, 1928 with The Kingdom of God, a play selected by leading lady Ethel Barrymore. Over the next dozen years she returned to star in The Love Duel (1929), Scarlett Sister Mary (1930), The School for Scandal (1931), and An International Incident (1940).It is the only surviving theatre of the many the Shuberts built for performers who were affiliated with them. It has been used continuously as a legitimate house, unlike many of the older theatres that have been used for a variety of purposes ...
The Eugene O’Neill Theater is a Broadway theater that opened in 1925 and has put on many notable productions.
Everyday Inferno is devoted to creating adventurous theatrical productions of both new and classic texts. We seek to exceed the conventional limitations of low-budget theatre by exploring nontraditional spaces, stagecraft, and storytelling. We are committed to developing a diverse audience by producing work that is large in scope while keeping our production costs (and ticket prices) at a minimum.
Schools, OST programs and community centers can turn to Everybody Act! for trained facilitators with professional backgrounds in the arts and experience in education and community development. Its programs allow participants of all ages to directly engage in theater workshops that target important issues: making healthy choices, engaging with changing technology, and environmental stewardship, to name just a few.
Exploring the Metropolis focuses on the built environment and helps the following two New York City cultural communities: performing artists/companies seeking affordable, suitable workspace to rehearse and perform, and cultural facilities with underused space and the need to activate them.
FAB (Fourth Arts Block) was founded in 2001 to establish and advance the East 4th Street Cultural District, between Second Avenue and the Bowery. The district is home to more than a dozen arts groups, 10 cultural facilities and 17 performances and rehearsal venues.
The Faison Firehouse Theater is home to the American Performing Arts Collaborative (APAC), Inc. a not-for-profit (501c3) organization co-founded by Tony Award Winner, George Faison and Tad Schnugg in 1997. For more than forty years, George Faison has been a driving force in the theater as well as film, video, television, concert dance, concert staging, television commercials and trade shows. George is internationally recognized as having achieved a preeminent place among the world's most important directors, choreographers and writers and is known for his uncompromising pursuit of artistic excellence and the production and nourishment of socially relevant art ...
The 150-seat theater is a flexible, black-box space with state-of the art lighting and sound technology. There is a luxurious lobby featuring a concessions bar, seating areas, restrooms, a gallery and a terrace that can be used for events. There are two rehearsal rooms, one that can be converted into additional lobby space.
The Flea Theater, under the leadership of artistic director Jim Simpson and producing director Carol Ostrow, is one of New York's leading Off Off Broadway companies. Established in 1996, the Flea is the winner of numerous Obie Awards, an Otto Award and a special Drama Desk Award for outstanding achievement.