A racially diverse ensemble cast in the middle of a musical number. They are dressed in mid-twentieth century American clothing and looking at the camera.


A.R.T./New York's programs, services, and events connect and enrich the New York City theatre community.

Colleague-to-Colleague Roundtables

Throughout the year, A.R.T./New York hosts a series of informal breakfast roundtables to allow theatermakers to meet their colleagues, ask questions, offer suggestions, share successes and contemplate challenges.

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The Nancy Quinn Technical Assistance Program provides A.R.T./New York members with training in financial management, audience and organizational development, fundraising, technology and other areas vital to the success of any organization.

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Theatre Leadership Program

The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Theatre Leadership Program provides support to A.R.T./New York's members through times of transition by arranging for one-on-one consultations with professional arts consultants. 

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Dismantling Oppression in Theatre

Amid field-wide calls for racial justice, A.R.T./New York is integrating programming to help our membership to begin addressing deeply ingrained systems of white supremacy and racism in ways that are specific to the nonprofit theatrical community. 

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Access A.R.T./New York

Our new programming initiative offers support to member theatres that are beginning or expanding accessibility programs within their own companies.

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News & Updates

Stay up-to-date on events, announcements and other news from the A.R.T./New York community via our blog. Members of A.R.T./New York also receive a weekly e-newsletter.  

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Body Autonomy

Through workshops, microgrants, and an ombud program, our new program combats cultures of abuse and empowers actors, artists, and participants with control over their bodies on and off stage.

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Creative Space Program

Previously known as the Creative Space Grant. This redesigned program has streamlined the booking process so that you can plan your productions and other engagements more easily with a consistent subsidized rate of $12 per hour

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Header: Tectonic Theater Project's production of Carmen. Photo by Stan Borough.