BAM Harvey Theater

Theater, Movie Theater, Indie Movies
651 Fulton St (at Rockwell Pl)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 636-4100

Tips

  • This state of the art theater draws some of the biggest stars in some of the most avant-garde productions around! Come early to enjoy a drink and the awesome atmosphere.
  • See a top-notch lineup of established and experimental dance troupes, talks, film and art events during BAM's Next Wave Festival.
  • If you're seated in the gallery ... bring oxygen
  • Make a night of it and try out the Brooklyn food scene. Anywhere but right around the theater (take the subway a stop or two away).
  • You can pre-order drinks for intermission before the show. This way you can actually have time to consume the drink rather than spend the whole intermission on line.
  • Buy a reusable BAM cup for $5 so you can bring your wine or beer into the theater - remember to bring it back the next time, though!
  • This is hands down one the city's best theatres! Don't miss the chance to see a classic film here!
  • only book for the gallery if you are fit! It's a long set of stairs
  • see a show or something. I think it's known for that.
  • Try to arrive early and enjoy the bar area: as though carved right into a very old building.
  • Heres the view from the Balcony, Row A.
  • Fun fact: before BAM acquired this building, it was, among other incarnations, a porn theater.
  • Arrived a bit late for King Lear, and had to wait a while to be seated. Missed the beginning of the show. Dont be late!
  • One of the best places to see theater in NYC as it should be presented - intimate, simple and pure in an amazing venue that speaks to the collective experience and history.
  • Enjoyed Chris Rock here
  • BAM's off-campus venue for premiere programming: theater, big-screen movies, dance, music.
  • Gorgeous space.
  • Great theater!
  • It's an impressive old movie theater. I was amazed by the interior.
  • Not the most comfortable seats.

Nearby places

217 E Houston St (btwn Ludlow & Essex St)
723 Fulton St (at Flatbush Ave)