Seasoned plays and performers as well as new shows and newbies share the spotlight at this TriBeCa theater, where two different performance spaces (one 74 seats and one 40 seats) host a wide range of live shows.
This West 43rd Street theater near Ninth Avenue in Midtown has an upstairs theater with 299 seats and a smaller downstairs theater with 249 seats, both showcasing edgy, controversial works that get people talking.
Harlem Stage is the performing arts center that bridges Harlem’s cultural legacy to contemporary artists of color and dares to provide the artistic freedom that gives birth to new ideas. In 2006, Harlem Stage opened the landmarked, award-winning Harlem Stage Gatehouse—a New York City landmark built in 1890 as the pivotal facility within the Croton Aqueduct system. This historic building has been restored into a state-of-the-art, flexible performance, rehearsal and support space.
This expansive museum in Chinatown, which recently reopened in a new location, uses oral histories, video, photographs and written documents to bring to life the experiences of this vibrant immigrant community.