This scrappy 70-seat space—an erstwhile garage—popped into the theatrical scene in 2002 squished into a vanishingly tiny spot on Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg. Its founders, Robert Honeywell and Michael Gardner, have maintained a rattling schedule of tartly themed summer festivals (such as the Moral Values Festival), pieces by low-budget, high-concept avant-gardists like the Debate Society and Ian W. Hill, and works helmed by Honeywell and Gardner themselves.
|Venue name:||The Brick||Contact:|
579 Metropolitan Ave
|Cross street:||between Lorimer St and Union Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Lorimer St, G to Metropolitan Ave|
|Do you own this business?|
Pick a dateto
A 20th-century teenage girl is the central character in this raucous experimental musical, written and directed by Normandy Raven Sherwood for the Drunkard's Wife. The music is by Craig Flanagin and Nick Demopoulos.Musicals Wednesday May 25 2016 - Saturday June 4 2016Read more