The Ambassador is home to the musical Chicago. It was built in 1921 and seats 1,088.
This theater is one of the four stages of Roundabout Theatre Company and seats 740.
AmDoc's signature series, P.O.V., combines provocative, real-life storytelling with innovative models that experiment with the role that media arts can play in public life.
American Globe Theatre (AGT) is committed to making Shakespeare's work accessible to today's audiences through an historically-based method called First Folio. The two components to its programming are mainstage productions and Shakespeare for Schools (SFS) arts education.
The American Mime Theatre serves up a unique and indigenous art form known as "American mime," which blends acting and movement.
American Place Theatre offers audiences new plays by living American writers.
The American Theatre of Actors was founded in 1976 by James Jennings, who continues as its President and Artistic Director. It is a repertory theatre company consisting of 50 actors, 20 playwrights and 10 directors. Its purpose is to promote the development of new playwrights, directors and actors and provide them a creative atmosphere in which to work without the pressures of commercial theatre.
Dedicated to education and excellence in theater, ATW focuses on programs and activities which help students, audiences and members of the theatrical community learn what makes theater tick.
American Youth Symphony (AYS), founded in 1982, has a long history of fulfilling its mission of promoting instrumental music in popular culture to counteract the overwhelming use of computerized, electronic sounds in popular music.
The Amoralists is a theatre company that produces work of no moral judgment. Dedicated to an honest expression of the American condition, the ensemble explores complex characters of moral ambiguity.