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Founded in 2003, Ars Nova rapidly established itself as one of New York City's essential cultural incurbators, thanks to such shows as Freestyle Love Supreme, Underground Railroad Game, Jacuzzi and Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812. Though it is maintaining a presence at its cozy original digs on West 54 Street, the company moved downtown in 2019 to a historic 199-seat venue on the first floor of Greenwich House, a community-service facility that has been offering programs in education, health and child care to the West Village since 1902. The space was previously home to the Barrow Street Theatre, which presented such high-quality fare as David Cromer’s decidedly nontraditional Our Town.
27 Barrow St
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