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Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts
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PO Box 100163
Brooklyn, New York 11210

 

Box Office: 718-951-4500


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Tuesday - Saturday 1pm-6pm

And 1 hour prior to all ticketed performances

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The Conservatory Orchestra II

The Conservatory Orchestra II

The Conservatory Orchestra II

George Rothman, Conductor
Berlioz, Waverly Overture; Nelson, Pan and Syrinx;Rimsky-Korsakov, Scheherazade

 

7:30 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Brooklyn Center 2014-15 Season

Bobby McFerrin

Our 60th Anniversary Season is currently on sale. 

If you are interested in purchasing
a Multibuy (four or more “Brooklyn Center Presents” performances) at a 15% discount, please call the Box Office at 718-951-4500, Tuesday through Saturday between 1PM and 6PM.

8:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Brooklyn Center 2014-15 Season

Hot Peas 'N Butter

Our 60th Anniversary Season is currently on sale. 

If you are interested in purchasing
a Multibuy (four or more “Brooklyn Center Presents” performances) at a 15% discount, please call the Box Office at 718-951-4500, Tuesday through Saturday between 1PM and 6PM.

2:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Swimming in the Shallows

Swimming in the Shallows

 

Swimming in the Shallows

By Adam Bock

Directed by Keith Medelis

 

“It’s a part of life to want stuff. It’s a part of life to get attached.” Barb, Nick, Donna, and Carla Carla are on the edge of some life-altering decisions. Barb is having a mid-life crisis after learning of Buddhist monks who only own eight things, Nick is falling dangerously in love with a shark he meets at the local aquarium, and Carla Carla and Donna have an on and off again engagement to be married—if only Donna would stop smoking. A bright, insightful, and irreverent comedy about finding and preserving love, and what we do with things we no longer need.

 

7:30 pm
New WorkShop Theater %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Swimming in the Shallows

Swimming in the Shallows

 

Swimming in the Shallows

By Adam Bock

Directed by Keith Medelis

 

“It’s a part of life to want stuff. It’s a part of life to get attached.” Barb, Nick, Donna, and Carla Carla are on the edge of some life-altering decisions. Barb is having a mid-life crisis after learning of Buddhist monks who only own eight things, Nick is falling dangerously in love with a shark he meets at the local aquarium, and Carla Carla and Donna have an on and off again engagement to be married—if only Donna would stop smoking. A bright, insightful, and irreverent comedy about finding and preserving love, and what we do with things we no longer need.

 

2:00 pm
New WorkShop Theater %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Swimming in the Shallows

Swimming in the Shallows

 

Swimming in the Shallows

By Adam Bock

Directed by Keith Medelis

 

“It’s a part of life to want stuff. It’s a part of life to get attached.” Barb, Nick, Donna, and Carla Carla are on the edge of some life-altering decisions. Barb is having a mid-life crisis after learning of Buddhist monks who only own eight things, Nick is falling dangerously in love with a shark he meets at the local aquarium, and Carla Carla and Donna have an on and off again engagement to be married—if only Donna would stop smoking. A bright, insightful, and irreverent comedy about finding and preserving love, and what we do with things we no longer need.

 

7:30 pm
New WorkShop Theater %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Swimming in the Shallows

Swimming in the Shallows

 

Swimming in the Shallows

By Adam Bock

Directed by Keith Medelis

 

“It’s a part of life to want stuff. It’s a part of life to get attached.” Barb, Nick, Donna, and Carla Carla are on the edge of some life-altering decisions. Barb is having a mid-life crisis after learning of Buddhist monks who only own eight things, Nick is falling dangerously in love with a shark he meets at the local aquarium, and Carla Carla and Donna have an on and off again engagement to be married—if only Donna would stop smoking. A bright, insightful, and irreverent comedy about finding and preserving love, and what we do with things we no longer need.

 

7:30 pm
New WorkShop Theater %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Swimming in the Shallows

Swimming in the Shallows

 

Swimming in the Shallows

By Adam Bock

Directed by Keith Medelis

 

“It’s a part of life to want stuff. It’s a part of life to get attached.” Barb, Nick, Donna, and Carla Carla are on the edge of some life-altering decisions. Barb is having a mid-life crisis after learning of Buddhist monks who only own eight things, Nick is falling dangerously in love with a shark he meets at the local aquarium, and Carla Carla and Donna have an on and off again engagement to be married—if only Donna would stop smoking. A bright, insightful, and irreverent comedy about finding and preserving love, and what we do with things we no longer need.

 

7:30 pm
New WorkShop Theater %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Brooklyn Center 2014-15 Season

The Soul of Flamenco

Our 60th Anniversary Season is currently on sale. 

If you are interested in purchasing
a Multibuy (four or more “Brooklyn Center Presents” performances) at a 15% discount, please call the Box Office at 718-951-4500, Tuesday through Saturday between 1PM and 6PM.

8:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%

The Conservatory Wind Ensemble

The Conservatory Wind Ensemble

Jeff W. Ball, conductor 
 
 Works by Maslanka, Markowski, Vaughan Williams, and more  

7:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%
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