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Fort Greene »

Historic Paramount Theatre Being Reopened As Entertainment Venue

The 1928 theater will soon host a variety of events, including music, comedy and boxing.

Chelsea »

PHOTOS: See the Future Home of the Irish Rep Theater

The interior of Chelsea's Irish Rep is being demolished and rebuilt.

Bushwick »

Teens Write Play About Fictional Street Drug Inspired By Life in Bushwick

Bushwick teens wanted the play to be "something that a person from my block would understand."

Times Square & Theater District »

Mike Nichols, Award-Winning Film and Stage Director, Dies at 83

Famed film and theater director Mike Nichols died on Wednesday afternoon.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Covenant House Preps for First Play by Homeless Youth

Young adults living at the Midtown homeless shelter created a 30-minute play to share their stories.

Long Island City »

LIC's Secret Theatre Looking to Raise $10K to Stay Afloat

Owner Richard Mazda says the funds will help stave off program cuts and worst case, closure.

East Village »

Lady Liberty's Immigration Story Comes to Life in New Musical

“Liberty: A Monumental New Musical” will bring the Statue of Liberty's history to St. Marks Place.

TriBeCa »

Dance Company Builds High-Tech Studios and Performance Space in TriBeCa

Gibney Dance is opening studios featuring high-tech cameras, projectors and video editing equipment.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn Heights Cinema Owner in Talks to Take Over ReBar Space

The Brooklyn Heights Cinema is being forced to leave its current venue by the building's new owner.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn Heights Cinema to Close This Month

The decades-old theater's Henry Street building was recently sold, the owner said. 

Washington Heights »

4 Free Things to Do Uptown This Weekend

Watch the play "Rhinoceros" outdoors or harvest blackberries in Inwood Hill Park this weekend.

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights Theater Workshop Gives Kids Space to Play, Dance and Write

The free summer program led by volunteers at M.S. 354 culminates in a student-written play.

Midtown »

Autism Play Raises $10K to Show Life on the Spectrum

The Tectonic Theater Project's new play aims to relay the autistic experience.

Upper East Side »

4 Things To Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Week

Shakespeare and shuffleboard are on our agenda this week.

Red Hook »

A Summer Guide to Dance, Music, Drama and Art in Red Hook

From movie nights to music festivals, DNAinfo has rounded up some of Red Hook's best summer events.

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