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 (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|
579 Metropolitan Ave
|Cross street:||between Lorimer St and Union Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Lorimer St, G to Metropolitan Ave|