Ma-Yi Theater Company is the nation's premier Asian American theater devoted to developing new plays and performance works that essay Asian American experiences.
Mabou Mines is an avant-garde theater company that believes in a drama of fusion. That is to say, a drama in which virtually anything‚ religion, politics, sociology, anthropology, even biology and physics‚ can be considered a proper mode of discourse when partnered with camp, mime, music, poetry and visual art.
Mon & Wed: 11 am-6 pm Tues & Thurs: 11 am-7 pm Fri: 12 pm-5 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pm The Macomb's Bridge Branch of the New York Public Library opened in 1955. The branch is located in the Harlem River Houses at 152nd Street and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard. Although the smallest of the branch libraries, Macomb's Bridge has book collections for all ages and a growing African-American experience collection. The one-floor branch is partially accessible to persons using wheelchairs. For more information on the branch, click here.
Mon: 1-8 pm Tues, Wed & Fri: 10 am-6 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pm Opened in 1907, the Macon was the 11th Carnegie library in Brooklyn. The two-story Classical Revival red brick library retains its original fireplaces, oak paneling, alcoves and wooden benches. The collection 'Preserving Footsteps' has books concerning the history, famous locations and current situation of the neighborhood. The African American Heritage Center (AAHC) here contains material on African-American history and culture. It also has material on the Caribbean and Africa. For more branch information, click here.
The services at this mezzanine-level visitor center are often overlooked‚ customers can check coats and packages and receive shopping assistance. The staff is multilingual, professional and can answer general questions about visiting New York City.
Welcome to a new kind of co-working space and exhibition venue designed to connect the next generation of artists, innovators and entrepreneurs through education, events and industry resources.
Since 1965 MAPC has sponsored a concert series – the Saint Andrew Music Society – which presents concerts in its inviting and acoustically superb sanctuary. Our Sunday afternoon the Music on Madison series features a wide range of performers including pianists, chamber ensembles, vocalists and choral groups.
Opened in 1853 in what is now the center of Manhattan's Flatiron District, the 6.2 acre park boasts flourishing gardens, lush lawns, sculptures, fountains and cultural programs for all ages.