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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


Box Office Hours:

 

Tuesday - Saturday 1pm-6pm

And 1 hour prior to all ticketed performances

Administrative Office Hours:  

Monday - Friday 9am-5pm

718-951-4600

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Holiday Harmonies

HOLIDAY HARMONIES

Sing in the holiday season with Brooklyn Youth Chorus’s 500 glorious voices, performing an eclectic program of holiday favorites, choral classics and contemporary music gems. The music of this “gifted young ensemble” (The New York Times) will not only warm your heart but have you dancing in your seats.

1:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Holiday Harmonies

HOLIDAY HARMONIES

Sing in the holiday season with Brooklyn Youth Chorus’s 500 glorious voices, performing an eclectic program of holiday favorites, choral classics and contemporary music gems. The music of this “gifted young ensemble” (The New York Times) will not only warm your heart but have you dancing in your seats.

6:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%

The Snow Maiden

The Snow Maiden

A Co-Presentation with Anton Krilloff

Enjoy this magical winter fairytale in which a worthy young girl is magically transformed by Grandfather Frost (The Russian Santa Claus) into the beautiful Snow Maiden. Traditional songs, dances and elaborate costumes create a winter wonderland in this delightful children's show. Come early and enjoy traditional Russian music and dance by Barynya. 

 Performed in Russian with English Subtitles. 

 

4:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Brooklyn Center 2014-15 Season

Lunar New Year Celebration

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.

3:00 pm
Walt Whitman Theatre %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Brooklyn Center 2014-15 Season

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

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%

Picnic

Picnic

When an outsider arrives in a small mid-western town, his presence and sensuality take hold of the community forcing its members to confront their own desires, despite the pressures to conform to societal conventions and norms. Published in 1953 and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, in Picnic, William Inge paints a tale of loneliness, forbidden sexuality, lost love, broken promises as well as both the strength and fragility of long-held bonds—all unfolding over a Labor Day weekend.

 

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Picnic

PICNIC

When an outsider arrives in a small mid-western town, his presence and sensuality take hold of the community forcing its members to confront their own desires, despite the pressures to conform to societal conventions and norms. Published in 1953 and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, in Picnic, William Inge paints a tale of loneliness, forbidden sexuality, lost love, broken promises as well as both the strength and fragility of long-held bonds—all unfolding over a Labor Day weekend.

 

2:00 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Picnic

PICNIC

When an outsider arrives in a small mid-western town, his presence and sensuality take hold of the community forcing its members to confront their own desires, despite the pressures to conform to societal conventions and norms. Published in 1953 and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, in Picnic, William Inge paints a tale of loneliness, forbidden sexuality, lost love, broken promises as well as both the strength and fragility of long-held bonds—all unfolding over a Labor Day weekend.

 

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Picnic

PICNIC

When an outsider arrives in a small mid-western town, his presence and sensuality take hold of the community forcing its members to confront their own desires, despite the pressures to conform to societal conventions and norms. Published in 1953 and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, in Picnic, William Inge paints a tale of loneliness, forbidden sexuality, lost love, broken promises as well as both the strength and fragility of long-held bonds—all unfolding over a Labor Day weekend.

 

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%

Picnic

PICNIC

When an outsider arrives in a small mid-western town, his presence and sensuality take hold of the community forcing its members to confront their own desires, despite the pressures to conform to societal conventions and norms. Published in 1953 and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, in Picnic, William Inge paints a tale of loneliness, forbidden sexuality, lost love, broken promises as well as both the strength and fragility of long-held bonds—all unfolding over a Labor Day weekend.

 

7:30 pm
Whitman Stage %Brooklyn%, %NY%
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