Goodspeed Opera House
Birthplace of the original productions of Man of La Mancha, Shenandoah, and Annie, and the first regional theatre to receive two Special Tony Awards for its outstanding achievements, Goodspeed produces America’s musical treasures to delight, inspire, and entertain all audiences.
Rags Oct. 6 - Dec. 10, 2017
Wed & Thu 2pm & 7:30pm, Fri 8pm, Sat. 3pm & 8pm, Sun. 2pm & 6:30pm.
Goodspeed Opera House, Main Street, East Haddam, CT. (860-873-8668).
Westport Country Playhouse
The mission of Westport Country Playhouse is to enrich, enlighten, and engage our community through the power of professionally produced theater worth talking about and the welcoming experience of our Playhouse campus.
Westport Country Playhouse, 25 Powers Court, Westport, CT (203-227-4177)
Annie @ BroadHollow at Elmont
With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City.
Performance Dates: Saturday, January 6th, 13th and 20th at 4:00p.m.; Sunday, January 7th and 14th at 11:30a.m. and 3:30p.m.; Sunday, January 21st at 2:30p.m.
Tickets: $24 / $26
BroadHollow at Elmont, 700 Hempstead Turnpike, Elmont, Long Island, NY. (516-775-4420)
Bay Street Theatre
Nestled on a bay in the heart of the Hamptons on the East End of Long Island, this year-round not-for-profit professional theater, is situated on the Long Wharf, in Sag Harbor, Long Island.
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Bay Street Theatre, on Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, NY (631-725-9500)
My Fair Lady @ Bayway Arts Center East Islip
That rare musical by which all others are measured. The tale of a cockney flower girl transformed into an elegant lady features one of musical theatre’s greatest scores.
Performance Dates: Wednesday, January 17 at 2:00p.m.; Friday, January 19 at 8:00p.m.; Saturday, January 13, 20 and 27 at 8:00p.m.; Sunday, January 14, 21 and 28 at 2:30p.m.
Tickets: $23 / $25
Bayway Arts Center, 265 East Main Street, East Islip, Long Island, NY. (631-581-2700)
The Band's Visit
After a mix-up at the border, an Egyptian Police Band is sent to a remote village in the middle of the Israeli desert. With no bus until morning and no hotel in sight, these unlikely travelers are taken in by the locals. Under the spell of the desert sky, their lives become intertwined in the most unexpected ways. THE BAND’S VISIT celebrates the deeply human ways music, longing and laughter can connect us all.
Barrymore Theatre, 343 W 4th Street, NYC. (800-363-5085)
Accomplice by Tony Award-winner Rupert Holmes - January 25 – February 4, 2018
Who is the hunter and who is the hunted…and precisely who is the title character of Accomplice? Twists and turns drive this theatrical roller coaster triggering screams of laughter even as audiences vow to keep its secrets hush-hush. Adult Situations and Content.
January 25 – February 4, 2018
Bickford Theatre at the Morris Museum, 6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ. (973-971-3706)
Alexander Kasser Theater
A 53,000 square foot theater in the Spanish mission style of the University’s historic buildings, welcoming visitors with a sweeping plaza and a broad, arcaded loggia. Inside, there's a 4,600 square foot lobby, with an elegant staircase to the balcony.
The Alexander Kasser Theater @ Montclair State University, 1 Normal Ave, Montclair, NJ 07043-1624 (973-655-5112) CLICK for Show Information
It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play
A group of actors and technicians gather in a 1940's radio station at holiday time to perform a live broadcast of "It's A Wonderful Life." Replete with Foley sound effects, commercials from the era, and sprinkled throughout with a generous dose of music and humor, this charming piece brings the famous story to life in a new way and fills the theatre with the inspiring spirit of the holidays.
Previews begin November 30th
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, Morris Township, NJ (973-408-5600)
South Orange Performing Arts Center
The center presents elite musical artists both classical and jazz, comedians, singers and dancers in an intimate theater. It is also a community gathering place and a regional point of arts pride.
South Orange Performing Arts Center, 70 North Ridgewood Road, South Orange, NJ. (973-313 ARTS)
The David and Carol Lackland Center
Special events include everything from The New Jersey Ballet's Don Quixote to a Louis Armstrong Tribute and the Nai - Ni Chen Dance Company's family production, The First Chinese New Year. Whether its theatre, dance, music events or free wheeling jazz, there is something for every appetite and every pocketbook.
Sitnik Theater of the Lackland Center, 715 Grand Avenue, Hackettstown, NJ (908-979-0900) CLICK for show schedule
Union County Performing Arts Center
THE UNION COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER is your home to a world of exciting entertainment and magnificent, one-of-a-kind experiences. Enjoy the best live arts experience central New Jersey has to offer !n the heart of the Rahway Arts District.
Union County Performing Arts Center, 1601 Irving Street, Rahway, NJ (732-499-8226)
The story of a cynical Pittsburgh TV weatherman who is sent to cover the annual event in Punxsutawney, PA, finds himself caught in a time loop, forced to repeat the same day again and again…and again. As each day plays out exactly the same as before Phil becomes increasingly despondent, will he ever unlock the secret and break the cycle?
[Tickets: $49 - $199] Mon-Fri @ 8pm, Sat @ 2pm & 8pm.
@ August Wilson Theatre, 245 West 52nd Street, NYC. (212-239-6200)
Dedicated to the artist and all aspects of the theatre. Ever since Ellen Stewart founded La MaMa in 1961, our interest has been in the people who make art, and it is to them that we give our support with free theater and rehearsal space, lights, sound, props, platforms, and whatever else we have that they can use to create their work.
LaMaMa, 74A East 4th Street (btw Bowery & 2nd Ave) NYC. (212-475-7710)
The Phantom of the Opera
The long running Tony Award winning musical version of the classic novel with a glorious score by Andrew Lloyd Webber set in the Paris Opera house in the 19th-century where a young singer is charmed and haunted by a mysterious and frightening stranger.
[Tickets: $20-$100] Tue @ 7pm; Mon, Wed-Sat @ 8pm; Wed & Sat @ 2pm @ Majestic Theatre, 247 West 44th Street, NYC. Tel. 212-239-6200.
20th Century Blues
Four women. Forty years of friendship. One afternoon that could end it all. And a bond that connects these women who meet once a year to have their pictures taken in a ritual that chronicles their changing (and aging) selves as they navigate through love, careers, children, and the complications of history.
Perfs through January 28, 2018: Tickets $79, $99.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday @ 7:30pm.
Wednesday & Saturday @ 2pm and 8pm.
Sunday @ 2pm.
The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at Signature Theatre New York, 480 West 42nd Street, New York, NY. (212-244-7529).
A Bronx Tale
Pulsing with down and dirty doo-wop and big band swing, the music comes courtesy of Oscar, Grammy and Tony Award-winning composer Alan Menken, who has scored many of Disney's modern animation classics, including Beauty and the Beast, Tangled and Aladdin. Tony nominee Glen Slater (School of Rock, Sister Act) wrote the lyrics.
Performances: Monday - Friday at 8:00pm. Sat. at 2:00pm & 8:00pm.
Longacre Theatre, 220 West 48th Street, NYC. (212-239-6200)
A Regular Little Houdini
An enchanting story that blurs the lines between childhood imagination and the cynicism of adulthood. An extraordinary tale of hope, determination, and magic!
DEC 12, 2017 - DEC 31, 2017
Tue, Wed, Thurs 7:30, Fri 8:30, Sat at 2:30 & 8:30, Sun at 3:30
Tickets: $25.00 (59E59 MEMBERS $20.00)
Theater C - 59 East 59th Street, NYC (212-279-4200)
Aaron Davis Hall
An innovative two-theatre performing arts complex that presents an ambitious, year-round calendar of public performances and exhibitions by students as well as professional artists, and serves as the cultural hub of upper Manhattan and Harlem.
Aaron Davis Hall, 150 Convent Avenue, NYC. (212-650-5411) CLICK for DETAILS
The story of a street urchin who meets and falls in love with Princess 'Jasmine.' However, Jasmine can only marry a prince, but all is not lost because Aladdin owns a magic lamp, and with the help of its Genie sets out to win the hand of his princess in marriage. Tickets: From $69.50
New Amsterdam Theatre, 214 West 42nd Street, NYC. (212-307-4747)
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Nov 29 – Dec 31, 2017
Experience the heart and soul of modern dance with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
Tickets start at $29
City Center, West 55th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues, NYC. (212-581-1212)
Based on the 2001 French film, Amélie tells the story of a girl with a very active imagination. The show details her life in Paris as she helps those around her try to find love, and ultimately falls in love herself.
Walter Kerr Theatre, 219 West 48th Street, NYC. Tel. 212-239-6200.
From the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, Anastasia is the romantic, adventure-filled story of a brave young woman attempting to discover the mystery of her past.
Mon - Fri. 8pm. Sat. 2pm & 8 pm
Tickets: $180.00 - $446.00
(Ticket prices include a $2.00 Facility Fee.) Broadhust Theatre, 235 West 44th Street, NYC. (212-239-6200)
Developing and producing theater, comedy and music artists in the early stages of their professional careers. Programs are designed to support outside-the-box thinking and encourage innovative, genre-bending work.
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Ars Nova, 511 West 54th Street, NYC. (212-352-3101).
Art and Design @ Henry Street Settlement
The performing and visual arts program of Henry Street Settlement supports the presentation of innovative, multi-disciplinary work; cultivates artists in all stages of their creative development through educational programs, commissions, and residencies; and serves as an intersection of cultural engagement for local, national, and international audiences and arts-workers.
Exhibit Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11 am. - 6 pm.
Abrons Arts Center, Henry Street Settlement, 466 Grand Street, NYC. (212-279-4200)
From the creative team behind Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally, Balls is a high-intensity theatrical retelling of this unforgettable match and the cultural debates it ignited around sexism, women-in-sport, and equality.
JAN 16, 2018 - FEB 25, 2018 * Tue, Wed, Thu & Fri 7, Sat 2 & 7, Sun 2
Tickets: $70.00 (59E59 MEMBERS $49.00) Previews from $35
59 E 59th Street Theater (Theater A), 59 E 59, NYC (212-279-4200)
Baruch Center for Performing Arts
Presenting theater, concerts, and lectures year-round as well as home to the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and the Alexander String Quartet.
Baruch Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Ave (entrance between Lexington and 3rd) NYC Take the R or 6 Train to 23rd Street
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Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College
Presenting a variety of performers and events where you can experience the great musical and dance artists and family productions at affordable prices to entertain the whole family.
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College, 2900 Campus Road & Hillel Place, Brooklyn, NYC. (718-951-4500)
Cirque du Soleil PARAMOUR
Prepare to get swept off your feet by PARAMOUR, a rapturous and passionate new experience set in the glamorous world of Golden Age Hollywood. The thrilling tale of a beautiful young actress forced to choose between love and art in the glamorous world of Golden Age Hollywood.
Mon & Tue at 7:30 PM
Wed at 2:30 PM & 7:30 PM
Thu at 7:30 PM
Fri at 8 PM
Sat at 3 PM & 8 PM
Sun at 2 PM & 7 PM
Tickets starting at $55
Lyric Theatre, 213 West 42nd Street, NYC. (212-307-4100)
Clinton the Musical
A sensational and satirical look at the 42nd President who upholds the ideals of Lady Liberty while simultaneously charming the pantsuit off her. With Hillary by his side, he's bringing new life to the party- So cast your vote for The President of All Political Satires: Clinton the Musical!
New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street, NYC. (212-239-6200)
Come From Away
On September 11, 2001 the world stopped. In a heartbeat, 38 planes with 6,579 passengers were stranded in a remote town in Newfoundland. The locals opened their hearts and homes, hosting this international community of strangers – spurring unexpected camaraderie in extraordinary circumstances.
Tickets: $47 - $157
Show Run Time: 1 hours and 20 minutes with no intermission Performances: Tue, 8:00pm Wed, 2:00pm & 8:00pm, Thu & Fri. 8:00pm, Sat 2:00pm & 8:00pm, Sun. 3:00pm
Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, 236 West 45th Street, NYC. (212-352-3101)
Concerts @ 92nd Street Y
92nd Street Y is a world-class cultural and community center where people all over the world connect through culture, arts, entertainment and conversation.
92nd Street Y, 92nd and Lexington, NYC. (212-415-5500) CLICK for SCHEDULE
Cross That River
The unsettled West of the 1860s provides a new life and new dreams for Blue, a run-away slave, who escapes to Texas to become one of America's first Black Cowboys. This compelling tale of freedom integrates fiction with historical fact, and each song presents a different page in this complicated chapter of American History.
NOV 30 - DEC. 31, 2017
$35.00 (59E59 MEMBERS $24.50)
Performances: Tue, Wed, Thu at 7:15, Fri at 8:15, Sat at 2:15 & 8:15, Sun at 3:15
Theater B, 59 E. 59th Street, NYC (212-279-4200)
Daddy Long Legs
Donald Moscowitz has overbearing parents. They disapprove of his career choice, his flair for decoration and his entire lifestyle. The only thing that will make them happy is a grandchild. Marshall Goldberg's comedy Daddy Issues finds Donald hatching a hair-brained scheme to solve his problems. He hires the ten-year-old kid from the apartment downstairs to stand in as his son. What could possibly go wrong?
Tickets from $24.75
Davenport Theatre, 354 W. 45th Street, NYC (212-874-5348)
Dear Evan Hansen
Pasek and Paul's new musical follows Evan as he searches for the things in life that we all need.
Mon - Fri at 8pm. Sat at 2pm & 8pm
[Tickets: $78.00 - $279.00]
Music Box, 239 West 45th Street, NYC. (212-239-6200)
DESCRIBE THE NIGHT
Written by RAJIV JOSEPH Directed by GIOVANNA SARDELLI
Through Dec. 24th, 2017
Tue. 7:00pm, Wed, Thu, Fri, 7:30pm, Sat. 2:00pm & 7:30pm. Sundays 2:00pm & 12/3 & 12/10 7:30pm.
Linda Gross Theater, 336 West 20th Street, NYC (212-279-4200).
Farinelli and the King
Mark Rylance received an Olivier Awards nomination for best actor in which he plays King Phillipe V of Spain. The drama, which received six nominations including best play, was written by Claire Van Kampen, Rylance’s wife and frequent artistic collaborator.
Monday - Saturday @ 8pm
Matinees Wednesday & Saturday @ 2pm
Ticket Prices: $29 - $149
Premium Ticket Price: $175 - $275
Belasco Theatre, 111 West 44th Street, NYC. (212-239-6200)
Honestly Abe - The Musical
Based upon young Abraham Lincoln when he was a teenage 'railsplitter' in Indiana. This is the least known, but most formative, entertaining, and joyous period of his life.
Monday, Tuesday at 7pm Wed. at 2pm & 7pm, Thu. at 7pm. Saturday at 8pm, and Sundays at 2pm & 6pm.
RUNNING TIME 1hr. 45min.
[Tickets: $20 - $35]
Actors Temple Theatre, 339 W. 47th Street. NYC. (212-239-6200)
The journey of the artists who risked their lives to perform this show, set at a time when waves of immigrants were changing the face of America, this play with music is a riveting look at an explosive moment in theatrical history.
* Tue at 8pm; Wed at 2pm & 8pm; Thu & Fri at 8pm. Sat at 2pm & 8pm [Tickets: $52.00 - $252.00]
Cort Theatre, 138 West 48th Street, NYC, Tel. 212-239-6200.
Into The Woods
A musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by James Lapine. The musical intertwines the plots of several Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault fairy tales, exploring the consequences of the characters' wishes and quests. The main characters are taken from "Little Red Riding Hood", "Jack and the Beanstalk", "Rapunzel", and "Cinderella", and more.
Vineyard’s Dimson Theatre, 108 East 15th Street NYC
Romance, revolution, comedy, and tragedy overwhelm the audience as they thrill to such classic songs as “I Dreamed a Dream,” “Castle on a Cloud,” “Bring Him Home,” “One My Own,” “Do You Hear the People Sing,” and “Stars.”
Tuesday - Thursday @ 7pm. Friday @ 8pm
Saturday @ 2 and 8pm [Tickets: $112]
Imperial Theatre, 249 West 45th Street, NYC. (212-239-6200) Alfie Boe will not perform October 24 (evening) through November 1, November 7 or November 8.
Mark and Jason were keeping things casual until Jason got pregnant. But however unplanned the pregnancy was, nothing could be less expected than the chain of events it would set in motion. Robert O’Hara’s audacious, hilarious allegory envisions an uncannily familiar future – one long after women have gone extinct from centuries of mistreatment – where man’s capacity to eff everything up soars to new heights.
December 15, 2017 – January 28, 2018
Tue, Wed @ 7pm, Thu, Fri @ 8pm, Sat @ 2:30pm & 8pm, Sun. @ 2:30pm
[Tickets: $39 - $69] Playwrights Horizon Mainstage, 416 West 42nd Street, NYC. (212-279-4200)
Marcus Garvey Park
Facilities include the Pelham Fritz Recreation Center, named for a reknowned Parks employee, an amphitheater and a swimming pool. The Marcus Garvey Park Alliance community group organizes a variety of cultural events in addition to supporting capital projects. Mount Morris Park was renamed for Marcus Garvey in 1973.
Marcus Garvey Park,18 Mt Morris Park W, NYC
Based on Giacomo Puccini’s opera Madame Butterfly, Miss Saigon is set in the 1970s during the final days of and following the Vietnam War.
Performances: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday @ 8pm, Wednesday & Saturday @ 2pm & 8pm.
[TICKETS START AT $118]
Broadway Theatre, 1681 Broadway (at 53rd Street), NYC. (212-239-6200)
Mourning Becomes Electra
This lucid and astonishingly intimate production makes a strong case for the enduring fascination of the Mannons of New England and their various alarming urges: a dollop of incest here, a spot of homicide there.
Through May 20, 2017
Henry Street Settlement - Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand St.
The record breaking thriller confounds and delights as audiences piece together the scattered clues left in the wake of psychiatrist Margaret Thorne Brent as she navigates a dangerous scenario involving what may just be the perfect crime.
Anne Bernstein Theater at Theater Center, 210 West 50th Street, NYC (212-921-7862)
School of Rock
SCHOOL OF ROCK, with its sensational live kids’ rock band, is a loving testimony to the transforming power of music. Andrew Lloyd Webber has composed 14 new songs to create the score, which also features all the original songs from the movie.
Tue-Fri @ 8pm; Sat @ 2pm & 8pm; Sun @ 1pm & 6:30pm.
Winter Garden Theatre, 1634 Broadway, between West 50th and 51st Streets, NYC. Tel. 212-239-2600
A 250-seat traditional proscenium theatre. The 19th century architecture and details in the Loretto Auditorium have been protected and restored in this beautiful space.
Sheen Center, 18 Bleecker Street, NYC
Alone in the dark, with little more than her celluloid memories, Norma Desmond remains what she has always been — the greatest star of all.
Performances Mon - Sat at 8:00pm
Matinees Wed & Sat at 2:00pm.
[Tickets: $47 - $147]
Palace Theatre, on Broadway at 47th Street, NYC. (212-307-4100)
A searing portrayal of a group of friends pitted against each other in order to save their jobs amidst cutbacks, Nottage's work has been described by critics as incredibly timely for the state of employment in America, and the lives that it ultimately affects.
Tue, Thu, Fri at 8:00pm; Wed & Sat at 2:00pm & 8:00pm.
Studio 54, 254 West 54th Street, NYC. (844-483-9008)
Take Care is a participatory performance that investigates the ways we respond to present and imminent danger. This evening-length performance gathers and reconfigures our personal language around emergency preparedness, abandonment, and consolation.
December 1, 2015 – January 25, 2016
Tickets are $15 – $25 – $35
Flea Theatre 41 White Street (between Church Street & Broadway), NYC. (212-352-3101)
A celebration of a man’s life, music and legacy. Master of ceremonies Tony Waag and the Duke Ellington Center Big Band conducted by Eli Yamin join together in honor of this legendary icon of American Jazz with tap dance performances by emerging raw talent, contemporary soloists and leading tap masters
Friday July 14, 7:00 pm
Lincoln Center Theater, 150 West 65th Street, NYC. (Tickets: 212-239-6200) Enter Theater via the street-level entrance on 65th Street (between Broadway and Amsterdam), or at the Lincoln Center plaza level (near the reflecting pool).
Hearts racing. Minds reeling. Knees buckling. Connie and Tristan have palpable chemistry—or is it a side effect of a new super-antidepressant? They are volunteers in a clinical trial, but their sudden and illicit romance forces the supervising doctors to face off over the ethical consequences of their work.
Starting March 2nd 2016
Performances: Tuesday - Friday @ 7:30pm. Saturday @ 2:30pm and 7:30pm. Sunday @ 2:00pm and 7:30pm.
[Tickets: $ 49.50 - $ 99.50
Barrow Street Theater, 27 Barrow Street (at 7th Avenue), NYC. (212-868-4444)
The Play That Goes Wrong
If you thought One Man, Two Guvnors was the finest British comedy to ever cross
the pond, THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG will prove you right.
[Tickets: $71 - $147]
Lyceum Theatre, 149 West 45th Street, NYC. Tel. 212-239-6200.
The Portuguese Kid
The habitually widowed Atalanta, pays a visit to her second-rate lawyer Barry Dragonetti intending to settle her latest husband's affairs. But, this larger-than-life Greek tightwad quickly becomes a nightmare for her cheesy, self-aggrandizing attorney.
Tue & Wed at 7:00pm. Thu. - Sat at 2:00pm & 8:00pm. Sun. at 2:00pm & 7:00pm
Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, 261 W 47th St, NYC. (212-239-6200)
When the Great Depression cost his family their fortune, Victor Franz gave up his dream of an education to support his father. Three decades later, Victor has returned to his childhood home to sell the remainder of his parents’ estate.
46th Street Theatre, 226 W. 46th St., NYC.
The cast of this New Group production numbers eight. And there are juicy scenes for each performer, brimming with showy but spontaneous reversals of feeling along with dialogue that dances off the tongue. Everybody gets a chance to reign, and to reign in pain, since this is a story of forms of addiction and of death at an early age.
The Pershing Square Signature Center, 416 West 42nd Street, NYC. (212-352-3101)
Three Tall Women
Laurie Metcalf, Glenda Jackson and Alison Pill star in the Broadway premiere of Edward Albee's most personal work.
Previews Feb 27, 2018
Tue, Thu, Fri at 8pm, Wed & Sat at 2pm & 8pm Sun at 2pm & 7pm [Tickets: $59, $89, $149] Golden Theatre, 252 W. 45th Street (betw. Broadway & 8th Ave.) NYC. (844-483-9008)
A Broadway pairing for the ages, pits Patti LuPone against Christine Ebersole in this powerful tale of cosmetic giants Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein. This glamorous new musical follows the trajectories of these two driven women, who despite carving out similarly successful careers in a business dominated by men, truly loathed each other.
[Tickets from $138.00]
Nederlander Theatre, 208 West 41st St. NYC. (212-307-4100)
Women Without Men
Jean Wade is an enthusiastic young teacher new to the school; she soon finds herself at odds with her quarrelsome colleagues. The play explores the clash of conflicting natures and petty competitions that erupt amongst the cloistered teaching staff of an all-girls boarding school.
through March 26th, 2016
Tuesday – Saturday 7:30
Saturday & Sunday 2:30
Special Wednesday Matinees at 2:30: 2/24 & 3/23
[Tickets start at $27.50]
Stage II at City Center, 55th Street between 6th and 7th avenues. NYC. (866-811-4111)
Paramount Center for the Arts, Peekskill
A center for the arts presenting live performances, arts-in-education programs, films, and visual art exhibitions, serving over 55,000 people annually throughout the mid-Hudson Valley Region.
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Paramount Center for the Arts, 1008 Brown Street, Peekskill, NY. (914-739-2333)
White Plains Performing Arts Center
This 410 seat professional multi-purpose theatre is located on the 3rd floor of City Center, in downtown White Plains with convenient parking and great restaurants within walking distance.
White Plains Performing Arts Center, 11 City Place, White Plains, NY (914-328-1600) CLICK for Upcoming SHOW Information