Brooklyn Academy of Music

Oscar Winner Juliette Binoche to Make New York Stage Return in Antigone
The English Patient and Chocolat star will appear in Ivo van Hove's staging of the Greek tragedy.
Daniel Beaty and Moisés Kaufman Discover Paul Robeson in The Tallest Tree in the Forest
The playwright of Through the Night and the director of I Am My Own Wife collaborate to reintroduce the world to this important figure.
With Nathan Lane and Brian Dennehy, Director Robert Falls Rediscovers The Iceman Cometh
After an acclaimed run at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, Falls' production of Eugene O'Neill's colossal drama comes to the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Angels in America
Ivo van Hove's Dutch reimagining of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer-winning drama come to New York.
Rufus Wainwright Inches Closer to the Theater — With a Musical Adaptation of Shakespeare's Sonnets
The acclaimed singer-songwriter collaborates with the legendary Berliner Ensemble on this avant-garde take on the legendary poems.
7 Shows to See in the Outer Boroughs of New York City
From family-friendly fare to experimental shows about our horrifying dystopian future, there's theater for everyone in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island.
The Little Orchestra Society Announces Its 2014-15 Season
The family-friendly lineup features new productions at venues throughout New York City.
A Doll's House
Carrie Cracknell's revival of Henrik Ibsen's drama comes to BAM from London's West End with its dazzling Nora, Hattie Morahan, in tow.