The 1928 theater will soon host a variety of events, including music, comedy and boxing.
The interior of Chelsea's Irish Rep is being demolished and rebuilt.
Bushwick teens wanted the play to be "something that a person from my block would understand."
Famed film and theater director Mike Nichols died on Wednesday afternoon.
Young adults living at the Midtown homeless shelter created a 30-minute play to share their stories.
Owner Richard Mazda says the funds will help stave off program cuts and worst case, closure.
“Liberty: A Monumental New Musical” will bring the Statue of Liberty's history to St. Marks Place.
Gibney Dance is opening studios featuring high-tech cameras, projectors and video editing equipment.
The Brooklyn Heights Cinema is being forced to leave its current venue by the building's new owner.
The decades-old theater's Henry Street building was recently sold, the owner said.
Watch the play "Rhinoceros" outdoors or harvest blackberries in Inwood Hill Park this weekend.
The free summer program led by volunteers at M.S. 354 culminates in a student-written play.
The Tectonic Theater Project's new play aims to relay the autistic experience.
Shakespeare and shuffleboard are on our agenda this week.
From movie nights to music festivals, DNAinfo has rounded up some of Red Hook's best summer events.
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