WHITE WAVE strives to create an environment that supports emerging and established artists in the creation of new work. It offers public programming and serves as a resource to New York’s dance field, which artists can rent for rehearsals and performances at deeply discounted rates.
The Wild Project is a production company and venue for contemporary theater, film and visual art that hopes to bring the community together by providing inspiring and entertaining art from emerging artists, exploring green technologies, and finding innovative ways to help the world.
Founded by artist Yuko Nii, the Williamsburg Art & Historical Society presents exhibitions in its gallery space and performances in the Theater, located in the 19th-century Kings County Bank Building in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Wingspan Arts is an arts education organization that offers school programming, pre-professional theater training for students ages 7-17, and a full theater season.
The Shubert Organization has owned the Winter Garden Theatre longer than any of its other venues. The playhouse occupies the second American Horse Exchange, built by William K. Vanderbilt in 1896. The Winter Garden was converted into a theater in 1911. Mamma Mia!, based on the songs of ABBA, debuted here in 2001 and continues to play.
Women's Project, under the direction of Julie Crosby, producing artistic director, delivers compelling theater, innovative programs and electric events as the nation's oldest and largest company dedicated to producing and promoting theater created by women.
The Wooster Group, based at the Performing Garage on its namesake street, is an ensemble of artists who collaborate on the development and production of theater and media pieces. Under the direction of Elizabeth LeCompte and with founding members Jim Clayburgh, Willem Dafoe, Spalding Gray, Peyton Smith, Kate Valk and Ron Vawter, the group has played an important role in the incorporation of sound and film in contemporary theater.
Working Theater is New York's only off-Broadway theatre company dedicated to producing new works for and about working people. Toward that goal, the Theater offers low ticket prices and tells stories that reflect a diverse population of the working majority.
Workshop Theater Company is an off-off Broadway theater company located near Penn Station. Its spaces include the Main Stage Theater, and the Jewel Box Theater.