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Started in 1996, the Culture Project is an award winning theater in New York. Famous artists like Meryl Streep, Frank McCourt and Sarah Silverman have showcased their talent at this theater. From earlier successes like 'The Exonerated', the Tony-winning 'Bridge and Tunnel' and 'Index to Idioms' to the more recent 'Betrayed' and 'Expatriate', this venue has been host to some very interesting performances in the past. The company also supports organizations through plays like 'Karla' and 'Trial By Water' that are held at 45 Below. This is any theater enthusiast's dream come true. Check website for performance schedules and bookings.
45 Bleecker is a mega theater complex that offers various venue for myriad plays and theatricals. The theater has main spaces like the Lobby which also holds jazz and acoustic shows, the wine bar where you can grab a bite or sip some fine wine, the Follin art gallery that has developed into a haven for art in all forms and many theaters that bring together its patrons and connoisseurs. From music events like concerts or gigs to Broadway plays, comedy, adult theater, you will find it all here. The theater also has its own company that conducts workshops and involved in production. It is much preferred because it provides efficient facilities be it the light, sound, acoustics or other technical apparatus. So come to this wonderful theater to catch some great entertainment.
Located in the Sheen Center, the Loreto Theater is a spectacular venue for performing arts. With a seating capacity of 273, the theater is designed in 19th Century Neoclassical style. The proscenium theater is used to host musical shows, solo and ensemble orchestras and other large-scale stage productions.
In order to promote the importance of theater among the public, the Sheen Center came into existence. It houses a number of spaces like the Loreto Theater, the Black Box Theater, a gallery and over five studios for public use. The facility is well-equipped with modern light and acoustic amenities assuring every event is a success.
Going strong since 2000, Fourth Arts Block handles the preservation and perpetuation of the East 4th Street Cultural District's legacy. FAB coordinates a number of theater and cultural activities, as well as efforts to renovate some of the block's more run-down buildings. Check out their website to see what up-and-coming theatrical productions are in the works.
IATI Theater or the International Theater Arts Institute is a place that every theater fan must explore. Promising refreshing theater performances that range from drama to comedy and more, IATI Theater only focuses on delighting patrons with newer acts. This attitude not only makes them stand apart from their contemporaries but also pushes the creative boundaries of the artists. They also work towards welcoming talented performers from lesser fortunate communities of the city, and provide them with a platform to demonstrate their mettle. They respect the Latino heritage through their events and have spanish shows too in addition to English acts.