New Haven Arts
New Haven is a city filled with creative and performing arts. The New York Times referred to New Haven as having "Art everywhere you look." It's home to nationally recognized theaters and music venues, art galleries, dance studios, museums, public art, festivals, creative arts schools and much more. New Haven is known for its vibrant and unique history in arts and culture and proudly welcomes visitors to explore "Big Art in a Small City."
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Long Wharf TheatreArts education, Historical sites, Theater
Price Point: $$Payment Types: Cash, Visa, Check, MasterCard, DiscoverWe Offer: Group Classes, Tours, Private Event Space, Membership
- Mon: 10am - 5pm
- Tue-Fri: 10 am - one hour before curtain
- Sat-Sun: 12pm - one hour before curtain
Tony Award-winning Long Wharf Theatre is a leader in American theatre, producing fresh and imaginative revivals of classics and modern plays, rediscoveries of neglected works and a variety of world and American premieres.
Lyman Center for Performing ArtsMusic & Concert Halls, Theater
- Mon-Fri: 11am - 5pm
John Lyman Center for the Performing Arts is a multi-use performing arts facility. It consists of two performing spaces and a lobby art gallery. It is also home to the Department of Theatre with its costume and scenery shops.
The Center presents or facilitates hundreds of events and university sponsored activities each year. Lyman Center serves the university community as an arts performance and education facility. At Lyman Center, you'll find cultural events of all types: jazz, comedy, concerts, student activities, music, and drama. In addition to amateur and professional performances, the Center hosts lectures, academic celebrations, classes, and exams.
Lyric HallMusic & Concert Halls, TheaterWe Offer: Private Event Space
Welcome to Lyric Hall Antiques & Conservation owned & operated by John Cavaliere, in the restored (circa 1912) vaudeville West-Rock Theater in Westville, New Haven, Connecticut.