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Kickstarter campaign aims to save Slave Theater

There’s a new Kickstarter campaign to buy the Slave Theater in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brownstoner reported. The non-profit New Brooklyn Theater...

Capitol Theater to reopen after $2M facelift

Westchester County is going to get quite the show — or shows, rather. The New York Times reported that the...

Rent-free lease gives Harlem’s National Black Theater new life

Previously in danger of foreclosure, the National Black Theater on 125th Street and Fifth Avenue in Harlem has resolved...

Famed Metro Theater to reopen as Alamo theater

The long closed Upper West Side Metro Theater is returning to its roots and reopening as the Alamo Drafthouse...

Small theaters becoming scarce in Manhattan amid high rents

Manhattan’s small theaters are having a particularly hard time staying afloat amid record rents in the borough, as landlords opt...

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Casualties of Midtown South office boom look to outer boroughs

Non-profits, art groups and even some media companies are being forced out of the Midtown South neighborhood they’ve long...

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Historic Jackson Heights theater to become supermarket and food court

The lights will be turned back on at the historic Eagle Theater in Jackson Heights, but rather than spotlight...

Moinian’s 54th Street hotel to rise even higher

Midtown’s Community Board 5 approved an air rights transfer that will allow a Moinian Group affiliate’s new West Side...

Strand Theatre in Downtown Brooklyn to get major makeover

Downtown Brooklyn’s Strand Theatre, a former vaudeville playhouse built in 1918 at 647 Fulton Street between Ashland and Rockwell...

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Claire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center will add a certain charm

A rendering of the Claire Tow Theater As desecrations go, the nearly completed Lincoln Center Theater 3, which sits...

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