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Whitman Hall at Brooklyn College

2900 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn NY 11210

Located on the eastern end of the campus, this building houses one of the largest performing spaces in Brooklyn, Opened in 1955. Whitman Theater is also the home of the Brooklyn Center Cinema, a showcase for motion pictures. Equipped with a state-of-the-art projector, including six channel total surround MegaSound.

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Queensborough Performing Arts Center

222-05 56th Ave
New York NY 11364

The Professional Performing Arts Series at the Queensborough Performing Arts Center was created to bring a higher level of live entertainment that is affordable to people living in the community from all walks of life. The Professional Performing Arts Series makes the arts a central part of life, is accessible to everyone, and is a creative and motivating force for the culturally underserved. The Queensborough Performing Arts Center is a hub for multi-cultural, multi-racial, multi-denominational entertainment. Through our programs our diverse community can experience the richness of each other’s cultures and traditions.

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Millenium Theater

1029 Brighton Beach Ave
Brooklyn NY 11235

The Millennium Theater is a great oasis of Russian culture in New York. Some of the great Russian theater troupes bring their plays here. You can also catch some of the old pop stars and some of the new music acts of Russia, and great Russian comedy. All entertainment is in Russian - there's no translation.

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Tribeka Performing Arts Center

199 Chambers St
New York NY 10007

BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center is Downtown Manhattan’s premier presenter of the arts, reaching audiences from the college community, Downtown residential and business communities, schools, families, and audiences of all ages. BMCC Tribeca PAC strives to present a broad global perspective through the presentation of high quality artistic work in music, theatre, dance, film and visual arts. We support emerging and established artists who create works that inspire creativity and imagination, celebrate diversity and change as well as instill emotional, social, and political awareness.

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Iriving Plaza Fillmore

17 Irving Pl
New York NY 10003

Live Nation, a spinoff of Clear Channel Communications, renovated and reopened Irving Plaza under the name "Fillmore New York At Irving Plaza" on April 11, 2007

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Brooklyn Heights Cinema

70 Henry St
Brooklyn NY 11201

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Target Margin Theater

138 S Oxford St 5A
Brooklyn NY 11217

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Paul Robeson Theater

54 Greene Ave
Brooklyn NY 11238

Located on Greene Avenue, the Paul Robeson Theatre is one of the few all-black-owned theater in America. Housed in a former church, this theater was started to promote arts among the community. The place can be rented out for plays and concerts, but usually a lot of in-house productions are held here. There is something for everyone with different genres like comedy, drama and romance that are experimented with by the groups. The theater has comfortable seating and great ambiance.

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Alpine Theater

6817 5th Ave
Brooklyn NY 11220

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Access Digital Theatres - Pavilion Cinema

188 Prospect Park West
Brooklyn NY 11215

Independent movie theater.