formal 6-month reprieve for the Ohio

says the Times. The good news: they’ve signed a one-year lease with a mutual opt-out clause in June. The bad: AD Robert Lyons is juggling a lot of balls in the air – the possibility that a long-term agreement can be reached with new owners Zar Property NY, the opportunity to move to another space, … Continue reading

grand space

I’m in Houston this week for work. Got in at (ugh) 2:30 am local time Monday morning and sped off to my hotel in a shuttle van, which is how I first saw this: This is Lakewood Church, the largest megachurch in the US today. It seats 16,000 at one time; over 40,000 people attend … Continue reading

need project space?

the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council wants to give it to you: Swing Space Lower Manhattan Cultural Council will begin accepting online applications for the next session of its Swing Space program on December 10, 2008. In partnership with area landlords, LMCC makes vacant storefront, commercial and office space downtown available to artists, curators, and cultural … Continue reading

The Bushwick Starr

Via comes news of a new venue, the Bushwick Starr. Sue Kessler and Noel Joseph Allain, who used the black box space since 2001 for their own theater company, Fovea Floods, before opening it up to artists in 2004, are looking to be more than just theatrical landlords: “Besides fully converting / renovating the … Continue reading

NYC Theatre Spaces and More

This just in on the handy-dandy space-finding sites of NYC Performing Arts Spaces. NYC Performing Arts Spaces has launched, the free online resource of New York City rehearsal and performance spaces suitable for actors, playwrights, directors, producers and theatre companies. Plays, musicals, literary readings, sketch comedy and other theatrical performances can be accommodated by … Continue reading

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