Barnard Hall is located immediately upon entering through the main gate of the Barnard College campus at Broadway and 117th Street. It houses the internationally known Barnard Center for Research on Women, the LeFrak Gymnasium, aerobics/dance studios, an indoor pool and weight room, and seminar rooms, including the Held Lecture Hall.
The Diana Center houses the Glicker-Milstein Black Box Theatre, the Event Oval, Liz's Place, the Anna Quindlen Conference Room, the Louise Heublein McGagg '59 Gallery and the Green Roof.
The Barrow Group (recipient of the 1995 Drama Desk Award for Off Off Broadway Excellence) produces critically-acclaimed theater at affordable ticket prices.
This Off Broadway venue in the West Village has 199 seats.
BAC serves as a creative laboratory, meeting place and performance space for artists from around the world. BAC also presents contemporary, innovative work at low or no cost to to the public.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is a nurturing, year-round, performance, rehearsal and educational venue in Brooklyn that encourages artistic risk-taking and stimulates dialogue among diverse constituencies.
This 2,894 seat, three-tiered theater opened in 1929 to present motion pictures and vaudeville entertainment. The ornately decorated, neo-Grecian venue is most famous, however, as a music hall, which has been its primary offering since the 1970s.
BEAT (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theatre) is a performing arts initiative for the community of Brooklyn. BEAT seeks to present performance events that express the borough's profound diversity, celebrate the area's finest spaces and unify its broad, expansive community.
The Belasco's inaugural production was A Grand Army Man (1907), with a cast that included Antoinette Perry, the namesake of the Tony Awards.