Dixon Place

 
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Downtown New York's laboratory theater
Intimate theater which often features LGBT themed works. "What began in 1985 as a literary reading space, a throwback to Paris salons, is now one of the city's most important and fiercely experimental artists' nests." - The Village Voice Dixon Place serves you right! We are committed to assisting artists in a friendly and professional manner, and providing a living, breathing laboratory theatre for audiences. Dixon Place's mission, history, and staff have made it a local haven for creativity, as well as an international model for the open exploration of the process of creation. to present and encourage new and experimental work in performance art, literature, dance, and music by providing a venue for emerging and established artists to develop this new work in a safe, supportive environment to discover the needs and interests of artists of color by providing a venue in which cultural, personal, and societal issues may be explored and addressed to furnish gay and lesbian writers and performing artists with the opportunity to present their work in a supportive and non-homophobic atmosphere to give writers of poetry, prose, nonfiction and science fiction the chance to read and/or speak before an audience and to contribute to the community by making Dixon Place available as a meeting place for social change organizations.

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    • PRismNYC
      PRismNYC 1 month ago
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      THE place for LGBT arts
      The place has been around for over 30 years and still has it. Great selection of ongoing programs, plus queer-centered HOT! Festival every summer.

    • Rivington101
      Rivington101 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      funky
      really cool off-beat stuff

    • timatdixon
      timatdixon Over a year ago

      Downtown New York's Laboratory Theater
      Dixon Place has been a haven for LGBT artists working in theater, dance, music, and literature for 25 years. The quirky and inclusive organization even produces their famous HOT! Festival of Queer Performance every summer and its the longest running such festival in the world. There's always an emerging artist on the brim of success here - and they've just moved into a brand new theater and lounge on the Lower East Side! Check out their constantly evolving calendar of performances, art exhibits, and special events! Lily Tomlin even did a surprise show here!

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