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The 92nd Street Y
The 92nd Street Y started almost 130 years ago as the Young Men's Hebrew Association, and has been an integral part of the cultural and historical life of New York City ever since.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
This versatile dance school offers shows, professional training programs, and open classes for adults and children in modern dance, ballet, and jazz.
American Ballet Theater
One of the premiere dance companies in the world, ABT is known for its size, scope, and outreach.
Broadway Shows
An up-to-the-minute guide to all Broadway shows-musicals, dramas, comedies, and those that are great for kids.
Brooklyn Academy of Music
BAM presents concerts, modern and classical dance and theater for young people, and is home to the Brooklyn Philharmonic.
City Lights Youth Theatre
The City Lights Youth Theatre provides city kids an opportunity to perform on stage. Find out about upcoming classes and performances.
CityParks Theater
The CityParks Theater festival is back this summer with a range of performances, from a specially commissioned play, to Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream in parks across the City. The City Parks Foundation also provides marionette shows in the Swedish Cottage, and in parks with the help of the traveling PuppetMobile.
Dance Theatre Workshop
More than 200 concerts and exhibits by some 70 contemporary dance, theater, music, visual and video artists are sponsored annually by DTW, making it one of the most active producers in the country.
Theater Discounts for Teens from High 5 Tickets to the Arts
High 5 Tickets to the Arts provides discount tickets to City cultural events for teens ages 13 to 18.
Hands On
This organization is dedicated to making arts and cultural events more accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing.
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