Bam Harvey TheaterCurrently Closed
- Address: 651 Fulton St, 11217, New York City, United States, 11217
- Timings: 01:00 am - 10:00 am Details
- Phone: +1-7186364100
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Entertainment, Performance, Theatre, Social, Music And Show Venues
Bam Harvey Theatre showcases avant-garde classical performances. It is abode to audiences who are in love with dance, drama and opera. Visitors can take a look at the archives that provides access to the long drawn history of this theatre. The broken down decor style at once catches your eye. Spacious lobby bar offers you with a wide range of snacks and drinks. This theatre also arranges film series on a monthly basis and a good discussion is held on cultural significance of the movies that are shown here. Great performances at Bam Harvey Theatre will lead to an aesthetic awakening.
- Buses B25,B26,B38,B52 to stop-Fulton St/Ashland Pl
Everything they do is thought provoking and risk taking. You know you'll have a unique theatrical experience at BAM. They never play it safe. Plus, the space is gorgeous.
The aesthetics are very Brooklyn: aged shell with sleek interiors. The seats are actually quite comfortable here. And even though the upper levels are scarily high, hearing everything is no problem. Just be warned—there’s no elevator to the balcony seating.
Brooklyn's star contribution to stylish and current arts and humanities culture. Not all productions appeal to everyone, but all have merit and specific audience appeal so the venue deserves total community support.
This theatre has just the right size house. While it is in Brooklyn, it is absolutely Broadway quality. The location is easy to get to via several trains that bring you a few blocks away. The staff is always friendly and helpful. At intermission there is a place for drinks and light snacks. Oh! and they have a fairly big bathroom (always a question when not wanting to miss the show because you have had to wait too long.) GO! See something good.
They put on great shows, but the theater itself is odd. To get decent priced seats, you need to be in the balcony which is uncomfortably steep and you need to walk up an insane flight of stairs to get there. No elevator, sore lungs. I don't know how the ushers deal with it.