$25 and up Center of the city, with its unique façade neo-moorish, was built in 1923 as a meeting room for the members of the ancient order of the nobles of the mystic Shrine. After having returned to the property of the city, the building was saved from destruction by the mayor Fiorello La Guardia, who established the first performing arts center in Manhattan, a house of 2,750 seats for the best theater, music and dance. On 11 December 1943, city center officially opened its doors with a special concert of the Philharmonic Orchestra of New York, to whether the guard took the lead in driving the national anthem. The theater was re-dedicated as the home of the premier of New York for the dance and was given the historical status. Committed since its founding as an educational resource for a diverse community, New York City Center has long offered opportunities for students and faculty the creativity, discipline, and the emotion of the music and the movement in the core curriculum of the schools. This effort of renown, nationally recognized in 1999 by the Presidential Committee for the Arts and Humanities, has been extended in the workshops, the components of musical theater, and teacher-training programs, and currently reaches to educate and enlighten both the young and general public. Each season presents new developments. With every word, every step of the way, with each note of its glorious phase, New York City Center is proud to present to dream of a home for the art and its audience, New York City Center is accessible for people with wheelchairs, assisted listening devices, both wireless FM and infrared, are available free of charge, with the presentation of any of a driving license or credit card.
Price its an average it changes according to each event. Since 1968, the Spanish repertoire is a stronghold of the hispano-american culture of New York in what refers to theater. Located in the Gramercy Park neighborhood. The theater presents works of significance in Spanish for the Hispanic community of the city, of Latin American authors, spanish and Hispanic residents in the United States. One of the objectives of the theater is to expand and diversify its audience, providing access to students and retired people. In his history of theatrical excellence, there have been works of the likes of 'Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, the kiss of the spider woman, Chronicle of a death foretold, Strawberry and Chocolate, La fiesta del chivo, Dona Flor and her two husbands, Life is a dream, the love in the time of cholera, Captain Pantoja and the special, among other literary gems, along the existence of the theater. Since the nineties, the Spanish repertoire has tried to widen its audience and attract spectators who do not speak spanish by means of the simultaneous translation of the works to the english. In 2012, the theater has premiered the installation of a brand new system of subtitles in English and Spanish - equivalent to the that can be found in the major opera houses of the world - in small screens in the back of each seat theater. The cost of the tickets varies according to the work and function. In general, you can get tickets from $23-30 to 63-80 dollars, and reduced prices for students and retirees. There are functions almost every day, except special dates and certain exceptions, and two functions during the weekends: matinee and evening. And before the show offer red and white wines for free.
Price its an average it changes according to each event. The theater company 'Roundabout' is currently one of the most important companies in New York. It is a non-profit organization currently owns the legendary 'Studio 54' and the 'American Airlines Theater'. It was founded in 1965. The first production of Strindberg 'The Father' was presented in a theater of 150 chairs in the basement of a Super Market in Chelsea; in that first season the company had 400 subscribers who paid only five dollars for three works. Roundabout also promotes educational projects, which were made famous in the nineties, one of these programs for example is the payment of residence for teachers of art in public schools and the offer of training programs for teachers in their facilities. 1998 opened a theater space at the legendary 'Studio 54' where Cabaret took his successful season of six years and won six hairdryers. In 2000 bought the Selwyn Theater to make it the 'American Airlines Theater' celebrating with the name of an unprecedented corporate alliance between the company and the airline. The Study 54 was built as an opera house, the 'Gallo Opera House' in 1927 and ceased to host works of theater in the early years of the decade of the world. Years In the seventies and eighties this site once housed the night center perhaps the most famous of the world. The location was ideal for the premiere of Cabaret and the Roundabout and i knew it. The company took two years to negotiate with the City of New York and finally achieving the purchase of this property valued at $22.5 million.
Price its an average it changes according to each event.Playwrights Horizons is a theater Off- Broadway, dedicated to the support of playwrights, composers and two librettists, continues to encourage new writers, which are supported through each stage of its growth with a number of development programs, evaluation, readings, musical theater workshops, study and production. Readings are normally open to the public on Monday afternoon. In his 43 years, playwrights Horizons has worked with more than 375 writers and numbers has received awards and honors. This theater is small in their spaces, the seats very imaginative play an intimate atmosphere, the main stage has a capacity for 199 seats and the Studio Theater of 128 seats, there is no bad seat located, entry prices are quite reasonable and the location by going through the 42 street west , it is very convenient. Account with access for disabled, gift shop, the bar is open before and during intermission, account with discounts for students.