New York City is the greatest city in the world period.
The Ida K. Lang Recital Hall is a 149-seat concert space with superb acoustics, designed by the architectural firm Abramowitz Kingsland Schiff
GK ArtsCenter is a 20,000 square foot performance space with a 308 seat theater, and 5 spacious column free studios. […]
Gallery 217, The Chinese Garden Astor Court, is a Ming dynasty (1368–1644) style garden court in the The Metropolitan Museum of Art constructed from Taihu rocks, a granite terrace, ceramic tile flooring, roof tiles, and door frames, various woods.
The WET Consortium is a group of 5 theatre companies all presenting work at the West End Theatre […]
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The Flea Theater, founded in 1996, is a theatre in the TriBeCa section of New York City. It presents primarily new American theatre.
Governors Island is a 172-acre island in New York Harbor, within the borough of Manhattan in New York City. It is located approximately 800 yards south of Manhattan island, and is separated from Brooklyn to the east by the 400-yard-wide Buttermilk Channel
Originally built in 1926 as the headquarters for the Benevolent & Protective Order of the Elks, the theater features a limestone and terra cotta facade […]
In 1914, philanthropist sisters Alice Lewisohn (1883–1972) and Irene Lewisohn (1892–1944) bought a lot […]
The Stonewall Inn, often shortened to Stonewall, is a gay bar and recreational tavern in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan, New York City, and the site of the Stonewall riots of 1969 […]
219 Court Street is an historic storefront in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, and has been the home of Vertical Player Repertory since 1998.
he beautifully appointed, two-hundred seat Don Buchwald Theatre is located in the new Leonard & Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts on the Brooklyn College campus. […]
Opened in September 2012, the BAM Fisher is a new facility designed for LEED Gold certification and located at 321 Ashland Place—around the corner from BAM’s Peter Jay Sharp Building. […]
Long known as one of New York’s finest venues for chamber music and recitals, the 449-seat Merkin Concert Hall is also excellent for amplified music, auditions, meetings and business events. […]