NYU's world-class performing arts venue, located in lower Manhattan.
Save as an NYU student! Most tickets to Skirball performances are $15 or less - get them at either the Ticket Central Box Office or via NYU Home.
Was here for Nathan Fielder. It's a nice auditorium but why again am I rating this?
NYU freshman, go to the mystery concert here during welcome week.
A great place for events. NYU students should check for discounts.
NY tech meetup is a must attend kinda thing
Having seen many shows in this venue, Not a bad seat in the house. They have a diverse menu of programs. Well placed and formatted to enhance the university and neighborhood community.
There is a little cafe in the lobby
@techstars demo day
Great theater to watch and put on a performing arts show. Spacious green rooms.
Ticket central is located right next to the main entrance. You can get discounted broadway, opera and sports tickets if u are an nyu student. They also have amc movie pases that are 8.50
“Your future is determined by what you start today.”
On Apr. 25, TFF celebrates new frontiers in collaboration with Harvard professor Clayton Christensen. Cross-disciplinary Disruptors are honored from a broad range of domains.
On Apr. 25, the program celebrates the new frontiers in collaboration with Harvard professor Clayton Christensen. Cross-disciplinary Disruptors are honored from a broad range of domains.
From Apr. 22 to Apr. 24, the Games for Change Festival features inspiring world-renowned speakers, great games, and networking opportunities all to support the mission of games for social impact.
Contrary to popular belief and questionable marketing methods, there are no skeeball games available here AT ALL.
Cirkopolis is a brilliant performance...go see it while you can !!!
If you are presenting at the NY Tech Meetup remember to repeat the question before answering!
Filled with the most wonderful ushers!
Getting in some free weekday afternoon stuff
Not By Bread Alone - Excellent for the spirit and soul.
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Ok place if u don't sit next to the one stair light that shines in your face the whole show.
Owned by New York University, the Skirball Center is a 860-seat theater located on the south of Washington Square Park in the heart of Greenwich Village.
Hosted John Kerry and Al Gore, and the recording of The Apprentice's third season finale. The only performing arts center of its kind south of the Lincoln Center. Construction cost = $40 million.
Don't close your eyes for a second. It's so easy to fall asleep in here! Super cozy.
This theater provides excellent sound and sight lines but make sure to meet your friends outside, it's hard to get cell reception once you go through the entrance.
This is an excellent, modern venue with exciting acts from all over the world. Skirball's stadium style seating and small-moderate size provide fantastic sightlines no matter where you sit.
On 7/16/12, I was here to deliver the keynote address at the International Urban Parks Conference.
I desperately want "skirball" to be a sport, an ultra-violent, stomach-churning, sport in which people regularly lose limbs but gain respect.
We love that this theatre can seat 850 people but still feel pretty intimate. Read more about Skirball Center here: http://bit.ly/wLbxQ2
Cool t-shirts by the bar
If you love #NYTM come down to DC sometime for
On 10/11/11, I joined the New York Tech Meetup here to launch the third NYC Big Apps competition, immigration seminars for startups, and a new mayor's council on technology:
PRO TIP: sit in the last row of the balcony & you WILL get cell phone reception.
Try the potato salad.
Dancing the Gods 10/28
The first Tuesday of every month, NYU's Skirball Center becomes the city's tech mecca as hundreds crowd in for the NY Tech Meetup.
Great events here like PDF and Games for Change Festival. If you are interested tech and media conferences check out Movements.org!
Bring a jacket if you have an early class here...it's freezing!!
See amazing dancers (like Mikhail Baryshnikov) give speeches for special anniversary performances (like the 80th Anniversary Celebration for the Martha Graham Dance Company).