Brooklyn Academy of Music

BASETRACK Live

A multimedia show at BAM gives a human face to America's longest war.

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.

Harry Melling Graduates From Harry Potter's Cousin Dudley to Frank Langella's Fool in King Lear

The rising British actor is making his New York stage debut at Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Anna Nicole
Anna Nicole Smith is the avatar of the American Dream in the American premiere of this operatic extravaganza.
Keep Your Phones On at BAM's House/Divided
A scene from House/Divided(© James Gibbs) Encouraging your audience to keep their phones turned on during a show? Isn't that a major taboo?Not when it ...