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29th St. Rep
Off Broadway Theater, in the past has featured work from or by Edward Norton and Charles Bukowski.
American Place Theatre
Not-for-profit, off-Broadway theatre committed to producing new plays by American playwrights and bringing theatre to a diverse audience.
Blue Roses Productions
Dedicated to presenting the works of Tennessee Williams, and nurturing and producing works by new American playwrights that champion the human spirit.
Center for new Black, Latino, gay theatre, and the international avant-garde, as well as a cultural laboratory for artistic director Fred Newman's Developmental Theatre.
Chicago City Limits
New York's longest running comedy revue. Online tickets and information on classes.
Creative Alternatives of New York
A combination of theatre and modern group psychotherapy, provides therapeutic theatre workshops to populations with special needs.
Live classical theatre, readings of new plays, and performances.
Non-profit organization founded in 1986 to provide a space for literary and performing artists to create and develop new works in front of a live audience.
Ensemble Studio Theatre
Not-for-profit development theatre founded in 1969 with two primary goals: to nurture individual theatre artists, and to develop new American plays.
Includes current and future productions, seating chart, theater history and local dining tips.
The Jackie Factory
Performance nightclub. Find information on Jackie 60 and other projects.
A non-profit black box theatre space and art gallery that features interdisciplinary performances, also available to rent.
Lincoln Center Theater
Not-for-profit theater offering information on productions, box office, membership, and a gallery.
Manhattan Theatre Club
Plays and readings by new and established artists.
Dance, films, concerts, plays.
New Victory Theater
Company specializing in theater for kids and families. Nes, season schedules, and ticket information.
Information concerning current and future performances at the Ontological at St. Marks Theater.
Performance Space 122
Calendar of events, directions, tickets, and information on upcoming shows.
The Public Theater/NY Shakespeare Festival
Founded by Joseph Papp in 1954 as the Shakespeare Workshop, productions continue to include new plays and musicals as well as Shakespeare and other classics.
Queens Theatre In The Park
Ticket sales, subscriptions, and membership information is provided for this city funded project.
Radio City Music Hall
Presents and promotes live entertainment events at Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, and the Theater at Madison Square Garden.
Performing schizophrenia for the information age.
Presenting classic and contemporary plays in English and Spanish.
Second Stage Theatre
Not-for-profit off-Broadway theatre dedicated to revisiting neglected masterpieces and developing new plays.
TADA Children's Theater
Offers original musicals and plays performed by kids for family audiences, as well as musical theater and drama classes for kids.
Theatre Development Fund
Non-profit service organization for the performing arts. Discout ticket sales, marketing strategies, novice producer training programs.
Theatre for a New Audience
Nurtures ongoing relationships with the finest American and European artists and supports mentoring programs for young and early-career directors.
Raises corporate funding for not-for-profit professional theatres. Educational programs and corporate sponsorship opportunities.
The Town Hall
A non-profit organization serving the community since 1921. Music, dance, film, lectures, drama and more can be experienced in an acoustically satisfying, intimate space in the Times Square area.
Ubu Repertory Theater
Presenting contemporary French-language plays in English translation.
Adventurous, cutting edge theatre artists present information on current and past projects, member information, mailing lists, and current events.
Yara Arts Group
Combining drama, poetry, song, historical materials and movement to create original theatre pieces that explore timely issues rooted in the East.
Professional theatre devoted to writers aged 18 and younger. Information provided for educators and writers.
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