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See A Ditmas Park Playwright Perform Her Neighborhood-Centered One Woman Show

  Ditmas Park-based actor, director, and writer Christine Renee Miller has taken on a powerhouse project: a one-woman show depicting a day in the life --...

In Search Of Venues For Politically Charged Theater In Ditmas Park

From his Midwood home, playwright & performer D.M. Kinch has watched venues for alternative theater appear and disappear in Ditmas Park over the past...

On Stage At Kingsborough Releases This Season’s Schedule

On Stage at Kingsborough is a performing arts center that brings world-class shows of all types, such as dance, theater, and music, to Kingsborough...

Far More Nuanced Than ‘Nude Shakespeare’: The Tempest Storms Into Prospect...

The pastoral environment of Prospect Park is about to become host to an intriguing production of Shakespeare's The Tempest by a theater company which...

Corpse In The Yak Manure-Powered Freezer! New Murder Mystery Musical Set...

"No veggies were harmed in the making of the show," says Windsor Terrace resident Gersh Kuntzman, in an assuring tone during breakfast at Bagel...

Corpse In The Yak Manure-Powered Freezer! New Murder Mystery Musical Set...

"No veggies were harmed in the making of the show," says Gersh Kuntzman, in an assuring tone during breakfast at Bagel Market. We are right...

Theater Review: Noir And Hysteria Intersect In South Brooklyn Shakespeare’s Twelfth...

We love lists. We love categories. And Shakespeare's canon is no different. One often sees the Bard's plays in clean columns of genres; "comedies," "tragedies,"...

Teens And Teachers Adapt Novel Of Police Brutality For Site-Specific Theatre...

Teaching artists, public school students, award-winning authors and professional actors have combined their talents to produce All American Boys, a theatrical drama exploring the...

‘Round Brooklyn: Pokemon Go, Diners, Oasis, And More

The summer is in full swing, and with hot weather comes lots of news -- how off the digital presses. We've got the best...

‘Why This Is Very Midsummer Madness!’: Vibrant South Brooklyn Shakespeare To...

Have you passed by the old Aaron's at the corner of 5th Avenue and 18th Street lately? It may seem quiet on the outside, but you'd...

Weekend Events Roundup: Free Bike Rides, Dangerous Liasons, And Marylin Monroe

WINE TASTINGS: here’s a list of seven weekly options! Myrtle Avenue’s KIDS GUIDE also has great listings. Submit your event listing to our BROOKLYN-WIDE CALENDAR or by...

Theater Review: The Gallery Players Present ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s...

The towering schizophrenic “Big Chief” Bromden -- half Irish, half Native American -- shuffles in a catatonic haze, sweeping the same corner of the...

Experience a Divine Culture – Final Week! (Sponsored)

THERE WAS A TIME when the world was full of beauty and wonder. When heroes split mountains and swam with dragons. When divine beings...

Support Our South Brooklyn Shakespeare At Their Annual Gala Fundraising Event...

Not many neighborhoods can claim a classical theater company of their own. And even fewer neighborhoods can claim a classical theater company of their...

Did You Miss The One-Woman Play In An Apartment Bathtub? It’s...

After a sold-out run in the Park Slope bathtub circuit earlier this month, writer, performer, activist, and award-winning playwright Siobhan O’Loughlin will be returning...