I Giullari di Piazza presents southern Italian folk music, ritual dance and theater works as well as new works. The company is in residence at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
IATI (International Theater Arts Institute) introduces New Yorkers from all walks of life to contemporary Latin American dance and theater artists. Most performances are in Spanish with English supertitles.
The Ibla Foundation in New York City organizes an annual music competition for pianists, singers, instrumentalists and composers which takes place during each July in Ragusa Ibla, in the southeastern corner of Sicily.
The professional ice skating company has created a repertory of more than 60 works ranging from 12-member ensemble dances to solos, duets and trios with music from virtually all periods. The company performs on proscenium stages as well as in traditional rink settings.
IDEAS is an arts education program that places artists in classrooms to work with teachers and students in exploring health, social and disability-related issues through drama.
This five-screen movie theater shows independent, foreign, documentary, classic and short films, as well as premieres and special events with filmmakers and actors. Midnight monster movies wreak havoc every weekend.
This center provides instruction in the arts to elementary schools students in the Flatbush and Crown Heights sections of Brooklyn in collaboration with community school boards and the Board of Education.
Through exhibitions, monthly Web art projects, sound and public art projects, symposia series and the quarterly journal Cabinet, Immaterial presents contemporary cultural phenomena often overlooked by mainstream art channels.
The Immigrants' Theatre Project presents fully staged productions, readings, workshops and performances about the immigrant experience in the U.S.
The Shuberts conceived of the Imperial Theatre, their 50th New York venue, as a home to musical theater hits, and their dream has been realized many times over. Billy Elliot plays there currently.