America’s oldest performing arts academy continues to present some of the freshest programming in the city, including occasional interactive family concerts that take place here or at the Harvey Theater, a few blocks away.
|Venue name:||BAM Howard Gilman Opera House||Contact:|
30 Lafayette Ave
|Cross street:||between Ashland Pl and St. Felix St|
|Transport:||Subway: B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Atlantic Ave–Barclays Ctr; G to Fulton St|
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Kings of War
The extremely busy Ivo van Hove, who knocked out Broadway with revivals of A View from the Bridge and The Crucible last season, returns to BAM's Next Wave Festival with a work that updates three kings of Shakespearean history plays—Henry V, Henry VI and...Shakespeare Thursday November 3 2016 - Sunday November 6 2016Read more
Jonah Bokaer: Rules of the Game
Bokaer draws on the work of theater master Luigi Pirandello (Six Characters in Search of an Author) for the titular centerpiece of his three-piece Next Wave Festival program. Rules of the Game, which features an original score by Pharrell Williams, is...Contemporary and experimental Thursday November 10 2016 - Saturday November 12 2016Read more
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It may have been a slightly more casual trip to the BAM Opera House than most of the events, but heading here for Sarah Silverman's NYCF comedy showcase was a memorable one nonetheless. Even better than Sarah herself was the cast of friends that she brought along for the rest of the show. What a hilarious group!
We were sitting in the upper balcony but by no means did it feel like the nose bleed as it had a great view of the stage. Speaking of the view, the architecture of the theater just feels majestic. The BAM campus is a short walk from just about every train line that stops at Barclays Center, making it a convenient trip no matter what direction you're coming from. Looking forward to the next trip to BAM!