Manhattan Theatres & Auditoriums
At the Tribeca Performing Arts Center, enjoy multi-disciplinary performances aimed towards families. An emphasis is placed on providing emerging theatre, dance and music artists a venue for performance.
The PIT presents a wide range of improvisational theatre performances throughout the year. As well, The PIT offers improve and writing classes.
Scholastic's global world headquarters, located in the heart of SoHo, is one of New York City's best kept destination venue secrets with multi-media meeting and event spaces available for immediate booking.
Joan and Sanford I. Weill Recital Hall is located on the third floor of Carnegie Hall, and with a capacity of 268, the venue houses more intimate events than the Main Hall. Recitals, chamber music concerts, symposia and discussions are held at this venue.
John Jay College Theater, otherwise known as the Gerald W. Lynch Theater, is located at 10th Avenue between 58th and 59th Streets. A variety of productions are hosted by the theater each year, and most productions are put on by students of John Jay College.
Built in 1900 by Oscar Hammerstein. Now a performing arts center for youths and the family.
Judy and Arthur Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall's secondary performance venue, offers a season of family-oriented productions at affordable prices. Admission prices often include pre-concert activities for kids.
The Irene Diamond Education Center is located on the 5th floor of the Time Warner Center at Broadway and 60th St. The room is frequently used for Jazz at Lincoln Center events.
Built in 1923, this facility was Manhattan's first performing arts center. New York City Opera and New York City Ballet were both established at New York City Center, and the venue now specializes in dance performances. Several groups perform at the center annually, including Paul Taylor Dance Company, American Ballet Theatre and American Dance Theater.
The Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Rehearsal Studio is used by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center for many concerts and lectures throughout the season. The Studio offers an intimate and acoustically-resonant space. The Rehearsal Studio is located in the Rose Building, 10th Floor, at 65th Street and Amsterdam Avenue.
The Brooks Atkinson Theater is a venue for productions in New York City. On-site dining options are available.
The Paul Recital Hall is located on 65th Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues. The hall is home to many of the Juilliard School of Arts performances.
The Walter Reade Theater is located at West 65th Street, plaza level, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. The theater is home to many different film showings throughout the year.
Another cultural institution in New York, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts hosts live theatre, music and concerts performed by world famous actors and musicians. The Center offers guided tours daily.
The New York Public Library Theater for the Performing Arts at the Annex is located at 521 W. 43rd Street (between 10th and 11th Avenues). The library theater hosts a variety of dramatic productions throughout the year.
Open since 1934, the Apollo Theatre continues to showcase singing and comedic performances. Shows are performed by major performers, such as Billie Holliday and Aretha Franklin. Amateur talent is also showcased. Past talent can be seen on the Theatre's Wall of Fame.
Alice Tully Hall is located at the northern end of the Lincoln Center Plaza, at the corner of Broadway and 65th Street. The Hall is the occasional venue for Jazz concerts and the Chamber Music Society, as well as many other events.
La Guardia Drama Theater is located at West 65th Street, plaza level, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. The Theater is home to many of the shows performed by LaGuardia Arts students.
Political theater is the specialty at this New York venue, which focuses on the works of political playwrights Newman and Heiner Muller. The theater also offers a number of youth performances that give rising stars the opportunity to act on stage.
Isaac Stern Auditorium, also referred to as the Main Hall, is the main performance venue at Carnegie Hall. The venue's lobby is lined with signed portraits and memorabilia from a host of leading classical composers. A wealth of touring soloists, ensembles and orchestras perform at Isaac Stern Auditorium throughout the year.
The Juilliard Drama Theater is located on 65th Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues. The theater is home to many performances by the Juilliard School of music, dance and drama.
The Clark Studio Theater is located in the Rose Building, 7th Floor, at West 65th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. The theater is frequently used for rehearsals, panel discussions, seminars and performances that require smaller, more intimate spaces.
The Juilliard Theater is located on 65th Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues. The Theater hosts a variety of events each season, including dance performances, opera and musical concerts.
Avery Fisher Hall is located at the northern end of the Lincoln Center Plaza, at the corner of Columbus Avenue and 65th Street. Avery Fisher Hall is home to the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and hosts a myriad of events throughout the year.
The Vivian Beaumont Theater is located at the northwest corner the Lincoln Center Plaza, at West 65th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam. The theater seats over 1000 people and hosts a variety of dramatic productions throughout the year.
This New York Broadway venue offers major musical productions throughout the year. Past performances have included Chicago, The Rose Girl and Me and Bessie.
Morse Recital Hall is located on 65th Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues. The hall is home to a variety of musical concerts throughout the year.
The edgiest off-Broadway theater and event complex in Manhattan, located in midtown. Home to a number of off-Broadway shows, including Altar Boyz, Evil Dead the Musical, and My First Time. All manner of diverse events have been hosted here, from dance showcases to the Webby Awards for film and video to screenings for Lifetime, HGTV, and Showtime.
La Guardia Concert Hall is located at the southwest corner of 65th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. The venue hosts a variety of events throughout the year.
Located in TriBeCa, the Flea Theater presents a wide range of performances including dance, plays and musicals. This is also the home theater of the Bat theater company.
An Art Deco landmark in New York, the Radio City Music hall has become a veritable icon of American culure since it first opened in 1932. This venue is home to the legendary precision dance troop "The Rockettes" and features live musical performances and theatre throughout the year.
Mainstage productions, workshops and writer/director labs that focus on stage performance are presented at the Soho Repertory Theatre (Soho Rep).
Carnegie Hall, has been renowned for more than a century, as one of the great concert halls of the world. The most prominent, famous and popular musicians, dancers, authors and singers have graced this stage. It continues to host ballet, opera, theater and independently produced events throughout the year.
Scandinavia House offers a wide range of programs including art and design exhibitions, film series, concerts, readings, lectures, symposia, language courses, children's programs, a cafe by Aquavit Restaurant and performances that illuminate the contemporary vitality of the Nordic countries.
The Metropolitan Opera House is located at the center of the Lincoln Center Plaza, behind the Fountain, at Columbus Avenue between 62nd and 65th Streets. The Opera House is host to a myriad of world-class opera performances.
The Gershwin is a Broadway theater that features musicals and plays. Tickets, seating chart and maps are available online.
The Church of St. Ignatius Loyola is located in Manhattan's Upper East Side and was founded in 1851. The Church hosts mass throughout the day and is also home to the Saint Ignatius Loyola School. The Sacred Music in a Sacred Space Concert series also takes place in the Church.
Event space located right in the heart of mid-town Manhattan, with an established reputation for truly high-quality service. This venue features an impressive 487-seat theater-style auditorium, a marble clad atrium and a full media studio.
Built in 1911, Winter Garden Theater is a Broadway venue that has housed a number of popular musical performances through the years. The facility's restrooms offer access for the disabled.
The Frederick P. Rose Hall in the Lincoln Center is located on the 5th floor of the Time Warner Center at the corner of Broadway and 60th Street. The Frederick P. Rose Hall is the home of Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, the Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra under the direction of Arturo O'Farrill and a comprehensive array of guest artists.
The Allen Room is located on the 5th floor of the Time Warner Center at Broadway and 60th Street. The Room hosts a variety of Jazz music events and the seating configuration is very flexible and may change from event to event and from program to program.
The Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater is a 299-seat Off-Broadway Theater, a smaller theater than its counterpart, the Vivian Beaumont. The theater is home to various productions throughout the year.
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola is located on the 5th floor of the Time Warner Center at Broadway and 60th Street. The venue is home to many jazz acts and is part of the Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Located at the Lincoln Center Plaza, this library houses one of the world's largest collections of circulating, reference and rare archival materials that pertain to the performing arts. The facility also provides a range of special programs, including seminars and performances in the Bruno Walter Auditorium as well as exhibitions in two galleries. Library materials and programs are offered free of charge.
CBGB's is infamous for being one of the original punk clubs in New York City. Bands such as the Ramones, Blondie, the Police and scores of other well known acts have played at the club over the years. Today, it is still popular with up and coming bands who want to rock the same stage as their idols.
New York State Theater
The New York State Theater is located on the south side of the Lincoln Center Plaza, at Columbus Avenue and 63rd Street. The theater hosts a variety of productions, including those by the New York City Opera and the New York City Ballet groups.
Gene Frankel Theatre
This theatre in the East Village has a storefront location. There is a small second theatre in the basement.
Long-known as an important independent theater, Provincetown Playhouse offers a number of experimental and risquee performances each year. The theater has showcased the early works of many notable playwrights, including Edna St. Vincent Millay and Eugene O'Neill.