Must-See Arts & Culture

by Alyssa Grossman, 08/13/2013

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  • BRIC House and Theatre for a New Audience
    The Downtown Brooklyn arts scene is heating up this season with the debut of two new performance spaces. First up is BRIC House, a destination for art, performance and media programming inside the old Strand Theater. When this culture hub opens its doors, visitors will have access to the borough's biggest space for contemporary art, along with a café and classroom. Across the street, Theatre for a New Audience relocates over the bridge from the West Village, bringing along its dedication to the Bard and the work of other classic dramatists. The theater begins its programming this fall with a Julie Taymor production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, staged on the Elizabethan courtyard–style main stage. Audiences can expect the same respected writers, directors and actors who helped shape the theater's original Manhattan location. 

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