Angry Bubble Productions is a theater, performing arts, and film production company that was established on the Lower East Side in 1999 by Eva Minemar (Artistic Director) and Tony Lepore (Managing Director) for the purpose of presenting new works by both up-and-coming and established artists. Since then, they have produced work in dozens of cities around the world, including New York, Rome, Dubai, Edinburgh, Montreal, San Francisco, etc. www.AngryBubbles.com for more info
One of the landmarks of Harlem, the Apollo Theater is perhaps best known for its amateur night and the syndicated television show that brings African-American talent into millions of homes. The Apollo also screens films and hosts rock and gospel concerts, benefits and theater performances.
Aquila performs the works of Shakespeare, ancient Greek playwrights, and appropriations of both these and new American classics. Aquila presents a season of classical plays at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, tours nationwide to between 50-70 cities per year and provides educational programming.
The Arclight Theatre has a seating capacity of 99 seats and is located on the lower level of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, down one flight of stairs.
Ars Nova is New York‚ hub for emerging artists and new work in theater, comedy and music, producing provocative and affordable live entertainment to feed today's popular culture.
Entry to events at the hall is usually granted through purchasing the New York Botanical Garden's All-Garden Pass.
Arts@Renaissance is an innovative 4,500 square foot arts space in the restored outpatient building of the Greenpoint Hospital.
ArtsConnection connects children, families and schools in creative partnerships for teaching and learning.
The Astor Place Theatre is located in the historic Colonnade Row, originally constructed in 1831 as a series of nine connected buildings, of which only four remain. Designed in Greek revival style, and fronted by imposing marble columns, the buildings served as residences for Astors and Vanderbilts, and are among the oldest buildings in the city. They were designated as New York City Landmarks in 1963. The theater first opened its doors under the direction of Bruce Mailman on January 17, 1968. The theater seats 300.
Atlantic Theater Company is committed to the development of new plays by both emerging and established playwrights alike, and supports new work from simple words on the page into a fully realized production. Atlantic Stage 2 is integral to the mission of the Atlantic Theater Company and home to the New Play Development and Production Program, which has produced 11 new works since its establishment in 2003. Some of these works include Almost an Evening by Ethan Coen, Body Awareness by Annie Baker, What's That Smell: The Music of Jacob Sterling by David Pittu, and most recently, Oohrah! ...