Theatre Rehabilitation for Youth presents socially relevant theatrical productions for young audiences in order to give them the tools to make more informed life choices.
Theatre Row Studios is home to five performances spaces—the Acorn Theatre, the Beckett Theatre, the Clurman Theatre, the Kirk Theatre, the Lion Theatre and the Studio Theatre— which present contemporary theater by a host of companies.
A touring theater for young people and their families, Theatreworks performs 16 plays a year in all 50 states. In New York, the group performs at Town Hall in midtown Manhattan. Each summer Theatreworks/USA hosts a series of free summer shows.
Marymount Manhattan College (MMC) is a private liberal arts college on the upper east side of Manhattan in New York City. The Theresa Lang Theatre, located on campus, is home to both Theatre and Dance performances. This proscenium theater seats 249 guests.
The Times Square Booth is at the north side of Father Duffy Square. It resides underneath the 'red steps,' an illuminated staircase that provides a perfect vantage point of Times Square.Ticketing policy for evening performances:Mon, Wed-Sat: 3-8 pm Tues: 2-8 pm Sun: 3 pm until one-half hour before the latest curtain time being sold.Ticketing policy for matinee performances:Wed & Sat: 10 am-2 pm (no evening tickets are sold from 10 am-2 pm at Times Square) Sundays: 11 am-3 pm
For nearly 25 years Guggenheim Fellow Tom Noonan has worked to advance the art of American theater and cinema through the education of emerging artists, and the production of their work at the Paradise, first on stage and subsequently on film.
A state-of-the-art performance venue housed within the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts. The 800-seat Concert Hall with a 40-ft wide proscenium stage constructed with a permanent sprung floor, a 35 line set fly system, a Yamaha digital audio system, 244 circuit theatrical lighting system, and digital projection. The Tony Bennett Concert Hall is available for rental by Art, Cultural and not-for-profit organizations.
Town Hall was once a meeting place to rally around early 20th-century causes. It is the hall where African-American contralto Marian Anderson debuted when discrimination reigned elsewhere. Town Hall's vibrant progressive history lives on through its diverse programming in music, stand-up comedy and dance.