This Broadway theater was completed in 1924 and owned and managed by vaudeville promoter Martin Beck until his death in 1940. In 2003, it was renamed to honor Al Hirschfeld (1903-2003), the caricaturist-cartoonist who chronicled live theater for 75 years.
One 60-seat white box performance theater and four affordable, clean rehearsal studios provide emerging and established NYC artists with uniquely inviting space for rehearsals, performances, classes, workshops, readings, photo/video shoots, lectures, auditions, screenings, special events and art exhibitions.
Wheelchair accessible building and restroom facilities.
The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre is a grand opera house with Off-Broadway intimacy.
The All For One Theater Festival is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of solo performance. The annual The All For One Theater Festival presents outstanding solo shows that inform and inspire, together with workshops and panels to enhance the development and appreciation of solo performance. The festival serves as a curated gateway to a network of performing and teaching opportunities that All For One has begun, and will continue, to build.
The nonprofit organization creates educational and performing arts activities for thousands of poor and minority young people. The Castillo Theatre has staged over 100 productions since 1983.
This umbrella organization of theater companies hosts many programs including a Rural Arts Initiative, an annual statewide Arts Conference, management training workshops, the E-Institute for Leadership and individually tailored consultancies.
Alwan for the Arts serves the Arab, North African and Middle Eastern communities and educates the broader public by showcasing a range of cultural events. In 2003, Alwan established a center in Lower Manhattan.
This multi-ethnic performance group mounts six to seven musicals a year.