Theatre Details
BAM Fisher Space

321 Ashland Place

Brooklyn, NY 11217

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

What's Playing

DARK

Theater Description:
THE NEWEST HOME FOR ADVENTUROUS ARTISTS, AUDIENCES, AND IDEAS

BAM Fisher, a new facility designed for LEED Gold certification located at 321 Ashland Place-around the corner from BAM's Peter Jay Sharp Building. Part of a new model for the 21st-century arts center, the BAM Fisher offers affordable ticket prices, subsidized rehearsal and performance spaces, and an expanded roster of talks and education and family programs. The BAM Fisher is a place where artists and community come together-and you, the adventurous audience, are an active participant.

Named in honor of longtime friend and former BAM Endowment Trust Chairman Richard B. Fisher (1936-2004), the BAM Fisher serves as the cornerstone of BAM's 150th anniversary celebration and a commitment to the future through its programming and its design. The building features several spaces:

Fishman Space, a 250-seat theater
BAM Fisher Hillman Studio, a rehearsal and performance space
Leavitt Workshop, a classroom
Scripps Stage, in the Fishman Space
Stutz Gardens, on the BAM Fisher Rooftop Terrace 
Sharp Lobby, an exhibition space