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  • Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts

    2900 Campus Rd New York, NY 11210
    718-951-4600

    http://www.brooklyncenter.com

  • Brooklyn Masonic Temple

    Brooklyn Masonic Temple

    317 Clermont Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11205
    718-638-1256

    http://www.masonicboom.com This compact concert hall is pretty bare-bones. Right around the corner from the opulent BAM conglomerate, the Brooklyn Masonic Temple looks just as grand—from the outside. The hall itself, rather sparse in decor, is a viable option for shows nonetheless, hosting a range of indie bands in the two-story venue. The ground floor is usually standing room while the balconies feature original if less-than-comfy seating. But the location in ever-up-and-coming Fort Greene makes all the difference. Exceedingly hip restaurants and bars are close by and plenty, even as the neighborhood retains a quiet, residential feel. Take the C from Manhattan, or the more accessible G from Brooklyn or Queens. More >>

  • Bruno Walter Auditorium @ Lincoln Center

    40 Lincoln Center Plaza New York, NY 10023
    212-642-0142

  • Bush Terminal

    241 37th St. New York, NY 11232

  • Bushwick Starr

    Bushwick Starr

    207 Starr St. Brooklyn, NY 11237
    212-868-4444

    http://www.thebushwickstarr.org It's hard to even imagine a theater any more endemically Bushwick than the Bushwick Starr. The small but lively space feels more like a particularly enthusiastic community playhouse in some other, less theater-saturated part of the country. Which is not to say amatuer, quality and creativity abound in this not-for-profit producer of plays, dance, and puppetry. Even though it's located on quiet Starr Street, it is situated in the center of Bushwick's burgoening nightlife scene, and post-show tickets can be exchanged for freebes at nearby bars and restaurants. For those unfamiliar with the outer reaches of the L train, the nearby Jefferson stop can be a trek, but one well worth it to visit this borough mainstay. More >>

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