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Founded in the largely Russian neighborhood in Brooklyn, the Brighton Ballet Theater and School of the Russian Ballet instructs students using the Vagarova method.
Founded in the largely Russian neighborhood of Brighton in
The trade association for the commercial theater community in North America, the league endeavors to increase interest in Broadway productions and theatergoing in general, as well as to foste
The Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD!) is a 70-seat performance and workshop space that presents the works of choreographers, dancers, playwrights, directors, musicians, writers and poets
Reflecting the ethnic diversity of the borough, the Bronx Arts Ensemble's repertory features music from many cultures and in many styles, including classical, salsa and jazz.
The Bronx Council on the Arts provides an array of services to 5,000 artists and more than 250 arts and community-based organizations.
The Bronx County Historical Society maintains the Bronx County Research Library and Archives and hosts educational programs, walking tours, exhibitions and lectures on the history of the only mainl
From what sources do today's popular thriller novelists draw their inspiration? One sure guess is that they're fans of that supreme literary master of psychological horror, Edgar Allan Poe.
This restored 1758 fieldstone house was captured during the Revolutionary War by British Colonel Robert Rogers, who used it as his headquarters for the remainder of the war.