Brooklyn Academy of Music
Founded in 1861, BAM is the country’s oldest performing arts center and supplies New York City with its edgier works of modern dance,...
Theater for a New Audience
Part of the emerging cultural district surrounding BAM, the Theatre for a New Audience opened in late 2013, in a grand new building...
On the bottom floor of a Hare Krishna temple, Govinda's prepares five or six different vegan options each day (eggplant parmesan,...
647 Fulton St · interesting places nearby
BRIC House information
This long-running Brooklyn arts organization (responsible for free summer concerts in Prospect Park among other things) finally moved into a permanent space in 2013 – and at 40,000 sq ft, it's quite impressive. The multidisciplinary arts complex will stage art exhibitions, media events and a wide range of cultural fare – plays, concerts, dance performances – inside its 400-seat theater. There's also a branch of the Hungry Ghost cafe, and a glassworking facility (which also has exhibitions) next door.