Don’t Tell Mama – The story
DTM started as a Piano Bar Cabaret. Established in 1982, Don’t Tell Mama Piano Bar and Cabaret is world famous as a New York Entertainment Landmark. The origin of the name Don’t Tell Mama is the title of a song by John Kander & Fred Ebb from the 1966 Broadway Musical “Cabaret”.
DTM is located on Restaurant Row in the heart of the Theatre District. An award winning venue, featured in numerous TV Shows from “Friends” to “Saturday Night Live”. Performers who began their careers at Don’t Tell Mama have gone on to become the $100,000 Grand Prize Winner on “Star Search”, win the Emmy, Grammy, Tony, Oscar and the Pulitzer Prize!
In 2008, the new owner added more “flavor” to the place opening the Don’t Tell Mama Restaurant.
Rudy's bar opened in 1933 by the Rudy family. It was one of the first liquor licenses issued in New York City after prohibition ended. The present owner, Jack, started drinking in Rudy's in 1943 when he was 16; back when Hell's Kitchen was really Hell's Kitchen! Rudy's may be the most well known bar in N.Y.C., with a long and colorful history. The stories Jack can tell. Rudy's still has the original wood door from the day it opened. When you walk through it the feel of the old neighborhood saloon is still there with cheap beer, free hot dogs, and great people
Age Restrictions: None.
Dress: Business/Dressy Casual.
Music Charges: $20-$50 depending on performer and seat location.
Minimum: $10 food or drink minimum per person.
Discounts: Student Discount (1/2 price music charge) is available for 11pm sets only Sun-Thurs. Playbill Discount (1/2 price music charge on day of Broadway show) is available for 11pm sets only Sun-Thurs.
The Al Hirschfeld Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 302 West 45th Street in midtown Manhattan.Designed by architect G. Albert Lansburgh for vaudeville promoter Martin Beck, the theatre opened as the Martin Beck Theatre with a production of Madame Pompadour on November 11, 1924. It was the only theatre in New York that was owned outright without a mortgage. It was designed to be the most opulent theatre of its time, and has dressing rooms for 200 actors. The theatre has a seating capacity of 1,424 for musicals.Famous appearances include Basil Rathbone as Romeo with Katharine Cornell as Juliet in December 1934; Richard Gere in Bent; Frank Langella in Dracula; Elizabeth Taylor in The Little Foxes; Christina Applegate as the title role in Sweet Charity; David Hyde Pierce as Lt. Coffi in the musical Curtains; and Daniel Radcliffe in the latest revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.On June 21, 2003, it was renamed the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in honor of the caricaturist famous for his drawings of Broadway celebrities, and reopened on November 23, 2003, with a revival of the musical Wonderful Town.
The Westside Theatre is an off-Broadway performance space at 407 West 43rd Street between Ninth and Tenth Avenues in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. The building houses two auditoriums: the Upstairs Theatre, which seats 270, and the Downstairs Theatre, which features a thrust stage and has a seating capacity of 249. Formerly known as the Chelsea Theatre Center and the Westside Arts Theatre, the building was renovated in 1991.The Romanesque Revival style building, designed by Henry Franklin Kilburn, was constructed in 1890 for the Second German Baptist Church, which it housed until the 1960s. The site was then occupied by various nightclubs until its establishment as a theatre in 1976.
Lilly's Craft and Kitchen offers a new American menu, a wide selection of craft beers, artisanal cocktails.
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We're a full-service professional recording studio in Midtown Manhattan. What sets us apart is our fantastic collection of vintage microphones, preamps, guitars, basses and amps, as well as our extraordinary piano and vintage Gretsch drums. We specialize in recording live - tracking rhythm sections, strings, chamber ensembles, horns, vocals - you name it. Block booking and hourly rates are available. Contact us for rates and availability.
The Actors Studio is a membership organization for professional actors, theatre directors and playwrights at 432 West 44th Street in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. It was founded October 5, 1947, by Elia Kazan, Cheryl Crawford, Robert Lewis and Anna Sokolow, who provided training for actors who were members. Lee Strasberg joined later and took the helm in 1951 until his death on February 17, 1982. It is currently run by Al Pacino, Ellen Burstyn, and Harvey Keitel. The Studio is best known for its work refining and teaching method acting. The approach was originally developed by the Group Theatre in the 1930s based on the innovations of Konstantin Stanislavski. While at the Studio, actors work together to develop their skills in a private environment where they can take risks as performers without the pressure of commercial roles.HistoryAfter an initial meeting held on October 5, 1947, at the Labor Stage, located at 106 W. 39th Street (formerly the Princess Theatre), in which goals and ground rules of the new organization were discussed, the studio officially opened for business the following day at the Union Methodist Episcopal Church, located at 229 West 48th Street, previously home to the Actors Kitchen and Lounge (maintained to assist actors and others unable to afford meals), and long a source of rental rehearsal space for local theatrical producers.
Al Hirschfield Theatre, Kinky BootsDistance: 0.1 miCompetitive Analysis 302 W 45th St New York, NY 10036
353west is an 1,800 square ft. private venue featuring an intimate bar adjoining an event space with a large skylight that bathes the room with natural light during the day.
125 guests fit comfortably throughout the main floor decorated in antique brick and white walls, concrete ceiling, tiled and wood flooring accented with exposed steel beams and columns with stainless steel ventilation and stage lighting.
Inspiring ideas for Artist Showcases, Release Parties, Film Screenings, Photo & Video Shoots, Conferences, Fundraisers/Auctions, Private Parties and etc.
VENUE SIZE: 1,800 sq. ft. Bar Area 40' x 15' x 8'
Event Space 38' x 17' x 10' Front Door Entrance 56" W x 80" H Event Space Skylight 8' Square Restrooms 2 Unisex/Handicap Accessible
AUDIO/VISUAL: CrownAmps,YamahaReceivers, Samsung Blu-Ray DVD Players, Denon CD Changers,
Directv Cable, Samsung HDTV Monitor, Epson Projector & Screen, Electro-Voice Quad/Subwoofer and Stereo Speaker System
CATERING: Provided by celebrity chef; Chef Marsh with Stuff Yo Mouth Inc.
FURNITURE: Outside Rental Permitted Cushioned Folding Chairs/Rolling Coat Rack
DECOR: Exquisite Design Concepts.
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ETC is a global leader in lighting innovation. The New York City office offers support to Broadway, off-Broadway, education, architectural, television, film, and live event lighting professionals in the city, and throughout the Northeastern United States, Eastern Canada, and India.
Our office - located in the beautiful deco Film Center Building - has amenities for all of your needs. We have a fully outfitted demo room, programming suites, training classrooms, a full repair shop, and a staff that is eager to help. We also have work space and internet, so if you're between a production meeting and show call, our office is a lot more welcoming than a crowded coffee shop.
Our staff includes specialists in theatrical lighting, architectural lighting, rigging, and controls integration. Our support staff repairs gear, checks out loaner gear, and can troubleshoot either remotely or on site.
Come on by and see us. Whether you need help with your existing ETC gear, or are looking to incorporate us in an upcoming project, we are happy to help you find solutions.
As they say, "The show must go on." That’s the ETC ethic.
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