Arts and Entertainment in New York City
There is no place in the world with more culture, art exhibitions and entertainment then New York City. You can honestly wander the streets of Manhattan and simply stumble upon a new gallery opening, performance art, or a play in the park. Discover all of the art and entertainment New York City has to offer.
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, the longest operating performance venue in lower Manhattan, proudly presents Hatched, performed by the Treehouse Shakers on Saturday, October 25 at 1:30PM. Hatched is a part ofBMCC Tribeca Performing ... read more »
The Joffrey Ballet School is a New York City institution, fiercely loved by natives and respected around the world. The school's historic building in Greenwich Village is home to the gorgeous ballet studios founded in 1953 by Robert... read more »
12 Broad Street
Staten Island, NY 10304
NYCArtsCypher is the leading organization for arts and entertainment in Staten Island. Founder Charlie Balducci envisioned a space for networking artists in all areas of arts and entertainment. NYCArtsCypher represents an interactive ...
153 East 3rd Street
New York, NY 10009
If you're looking for a comedy club in the East Village, look no further than the world-renowned Upright Citizens Brigade, offering nightly sketch comedy, improv and stand-up.Featuring a 152-seat theatre on 153 East 3rd streat, The Uprig...
1459 3rd Avenue
New York, NY 10028
For more than twenty years, The Metropolitan Graphic Art Gallery has offered museum quality custom framing and consulting. All of the work is done on premises by experienced, talented technicians. Museums, galleries, corporate client...
54 Pearl Street
New York, NY 10004
New York City's oldest building and tavern has been lovingly renovated and reopened by Ireland’s award winning Porterhouse Brewing Company. The modern standard for a beer drinker's bar. Our courteous, knowledgeable and, dare I say, dashi...
167 North 9th Street Suite #11
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Winter Works on Paper was opened for business by David Winter in 1993. Since then he has created a singular niche in the world of prints, drawings and photographs. Trained as a sculptor, Winter has developed an eye for works...
12 Broad St
Staten Island, NY 10304
NYCArtsCypher is the leading organization for arts and entertainment in Staten Island. Founder Charlie Balducci envisioned a space for networking artists in all areas of arts and entertainment. NYCArtsCypher represents an interactive...
66 Third Ave (11th St.)
New York, NY 10003
AMC Theatres operates over 300 movie theaters nationwide, welcoming over 200 million guests annually. Since Stanley Durwood opened the first multiplex theater in the world in 1920, the company has been recognized as both an industry l...
1559 Zerega Avenue
Bronx, NY 10462
Arthur Reel, teacher, stage director, playwright, and artistic director of Drama Committee Repertory Theatre (DCRT) has 40 years' experience teaching stage acting and communication skills.Mr. Reel has adapted for the stage many prose cla...
575 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10022
What started out in 1957 as a small local photo shop has grown into one of the oldest & most knowledgeable Photo Specialty & Sports Optics stores in New York City. Our customers become part of the Camera Land family when th...
888 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10065
(212) 628 2700
At Small World Connect, children learn to love communication. The learning center’s innovative enrichment programs, which include French lessons, Spanish lessons, and music classes for kids, encourage all Small World students to embra...
More Announcements & Events
Are you an actor? Want to get more involved in the acting community of New York City? Starting Thursday, November 13th through Sunday, November 16th the Arthur Reel Studio is hostin... read more »
One of New York City’s oldest and greatest establishments, The Porterhouse at Fraunces Tavern, is excited to announce this year’s music-filled Oysterfest, taking place this weekend... read more »
Developing abilities in acting have long thought to be a one-note skill. If you have no intentions to get on stage or screen, is there really a point? The fact is that most people ... read more »
The Museum of Jewish Heritage invites you to its first program of the fall season: Exploring Latin American Jewish Cuisine on Sunday, September 14 at 2:30 P.M. Join ... read more »
No one is born with an innate talent for public speaking or perfect presentation skills; these are things that take practice and training. If you want to develop better presentatio... read more »
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