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Across the street from City Hall, this 659-seat venue is the site of a range of performances, from jazz to Chinese drama, from baroque dance to chamber music.
Founded in 1997, Page 73 Productions has made a name for itself as a home for the development and production of new work by early-career playwrights.
This historic theater opened in 1931 and is home to the Albany Symphony Orchestra and regularly hosts performances of ballet, movies, concerts, comedy and song.
Dedicated to the collection, preservation and exhibition of television and radio programs, the museum possesses a collection of over 75,000 recorded programs covering more than 80 years of radio an
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre was founded to celebrate Asian-American artistic expression on the stage.
Since 1958, this innovative company has set the standard for original productions that speak directly and vividly to children, while amusing adults with their sly wit.
Restored and opened as a performing arts center by the Arts Council of Orange County in 1985, the theater originally opened as a movie house in 1930.
Built between 1877 and 1881, the landmarked Park Avenue Armory is one of New York City’s most important historic structures, occupying a full city block on the Upper East Side.
Within this tree-lined, glass-enclosed court is a large, sprawling gallery offering four to six exhibits annually.