Entry on Dominick St., 1 block south of Spring
Subway: C or E to Spring St.; 1 to Houston St.; N or R to Prince St.
Bus: M21 to Houston St.; M6 to Spring St.
There is an Edison ParkFast lot behind Manhattan Mini Storage on Varick Street and Spring Street. Drivers can enter from Spring or Dominick Street.
272 Spring Street, New York, NY 10013
Home to New York City’s most imaginative live performance experiences, HERE produces and presents work that is affordable, challenging and alternative. We give our audiences the chance to be part of something new and fresh. Our artists work across disciplines, disrupting conventional expectations as they cast new molds of collaborative works. This eclecticism makes HERE undefinable at its core, and entirely unforgettable.
Both of HERE's spaces are wheelchair accessible, and fully compliant with ADA requirements
Subway: A, B, C, D, or 1 to 59th Street Columbus Circle
Bus: M57, M31, and M11
There are several pay parking garages along 59th Street between 9th and 11th Avenues. Some additional garages include:
Concerto Garage (212-246-5769)
513 W 59 Street
Alfred Parking Garage (212-397-8949)
161 W 61 Street
Icon Parking Garage (212-765-7069)
440 W 57 Street
Since opening its doors in 1988, the Gerald W. Lynch Theater has been an invaluable cultural resource for John Jay College and the larger New York City community. The Theater is dedicated to the creation and presentation of performing arts programming of all disciplines with a special focus on how the artistic imagination can shed light on the many perceptions of justice in our society. The Theater is also a member of CUNY Stages, a consortium of 16 performing arts center located on CUNY campuses across New York City.
Enter on 25th St between 3rd and Lex
Subway: 6, R, N, M, F, or 1 to 23rd St.
Bus: M1, M2, M3, M5, M7, M15, M18, M23, M101, M102 to 23rd St.
Parking lots are located
Baruch Performing Arts Center convenes a conversation across the disciplines of art, science, and the humanities, as well as across the panoply of world societies that are represented in Baruch’s diverse student body. We do this by presenting and producing theater, music, dance, literary and spoken word, film, and discussions which inform through relevant content and engage through singular experiences, enriching the appreciation of Baruch students, faculty and alumni for culture in its broadest sense, while serving as a resource for all New Yorkers.
Accessible Seating and Assisted Listening Devices are available upon request. Please visit the Baruch Performing Arts Center website for more information on Accessibility.
Subway: F to York Street
Bus: B67, B69, B62, B25
20 Jay Street, Brooklyn NY
55 Washington St, Brooklyn NY
37 Front Street, Brooklyn NY
Situated in exciting Dumbo next to the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges on the East River. 1/2 a block to Brooklyn Bridge Park and a very short walk to the Carousel, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria and River Cafe as well as ferry rides to all of New York City’s destinations.
Extensive male and female bathrooms with wheelchair accessibility. All facilities street level.
Atlantic and Third Ave. corner.
Subway: 2, 3, 4, 5, D, M, N, R, B & Q and the LIRR arrive at Atlantic Avenue-Barclay’s Center; G train to Fulton Street. A, C, Trains to Hoyt-Schermehorn
Bus: M1, M2, M3, M5, M7, M15, M18, M101, M102 to 23rd St.
66 Rockwell Place
316 Bergen Street
470 Hudson Avenue
Roulette’s mission is to support artists creating new and adventurous art in all disciplines by providing them with a venue and resources to realize their creative visions and to build an audience interested in the evolution of experimental art.
Roulette is accessible by wheelchair.
Subway: L to Bedford Ave
Bus: B63 to Bedford Ave/N 7th St; B32 to Kent Ave/N 6th St
20 North 5th Street
Central Parking Systems, Inc. (718.384.2587)
117 Kent Avenue
National Sawdust is an unparalleled, artist-led music venue that opened in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in Fall 2015. Led by composer Paola Prestini and curated by a community of remarkable artists, National Sawdust will be a home for musicians to experiment and explore, and for serious fans and casual listeners alike to discover genre-spanning music at accessible ticket prices. The flexible, state-of-the-art chamber hall, housed within the preserved brick shell of a century-old former factory, is ideal for the performance and recording of a vast range of music. National Sawdust seeks to re-envision how a non-profit can offer comprehensive support to artists, providing composers and musicians commissioning support, mentoring, and other critical resources essential to create, and then share, their work.
Subway: West Side: R or N to the 8th St. East Side: #6 to Astor Place.
Bus: M2, M3, or M8 to 8th Street and 4th Ave; M5 or M6 to 8th St and Broadway; M15 to 2nd Ave and 9th St; M101 or M102 to 8th St and Cooper Union.
Joe's Pub is committed to providing accessible programs and services for all patrons with disabilities. Access for wheelchair users and individuals with limited mobility is available. Assistive Listening Systems that transmit sound via headsets are available. For information about any accessibility issues, please call 212.260.2400.
233 West Street, New York NY, 10013
In Hudson River Park at Pier 26
Subway: 1 to Canal or Franklin Street, A/C/E to Canal Street
Stunning views, live grape vines, local ingredients and wine made in the heart of NYC using grapes from the best vineyards in the country. This is City Vineyard.