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After a performance has started, those patrons arriving late will be admitted into the theatre at appropriate times specified by and at the discretion of the artists and the House Manager. Closed circuit displays are situated in the Grand Lobby so latecomers may watch the performance until the Late Seating interval.


Turn all personal electronic devices and cell phones to OFF (not to VIBRATE). A cell phone inadvertantly left on and ringing/vibrating or a screen lighting up during a peformance can disturb yourfellow patrons. A lit screen will be just as offensive asshining a flashlight at the people around you, so NO TEXTING. Please, turn these devices fully OFF before entering the theatre so you won't forget.


NYC law prohibits smoking anywherewithin the Performing Arts Complex; the City University of New York has instituted a Smoke Free Campus Program at all campuses including Brooklyn College; there is no smoking allowed inside or outsideany of the buildings on the campus grounds.

Food, Drinks

No food fromoutsideis allowed into the theatre building. Items purchased at our concessions counter, with the exception of bottled water, may only be consumed in the theatre's Grand Lobby -- food and other beverages are may not be brought into the theatre proper.

Parcels, Bags

The Theatre Management reserves the right to require you to open personal bags and knapsacks for inspection as a condition of entry to the theatre. Our Security at its sole discretion may require that some items not be allowed into the theatre.

Recordings, Cameras

The use of any photographic, video, or audio recording devices inside the theater, without written permission of the management andartists, is prohibited. Any such devicebeing used during a performance issubject to confiscation until the end of the performance. The violators will be ejected without refundand could be liable for a variety of legal damages.

Coat Check

We do notprovide a Coat Check in any of our theatres.

Children and Mature Content

Except where noted, Brooklyn Center performances are recommended for a general audiences. However, as an advisory to adults who may bring young people, we recommend paying particular attention to any warnings within the description of the event on this site. Where appropriate, live performances will also carry general advisories as to language and/or sexual content within the description of the event in the show program and also at the Box Office. Motion Pictures will always display their MPAA rating on all publicity and at the Box Office.


During certain children's shows and especially during graduations, vendors will sell balloons outside the entrance gates of the campus. Please do notpurchase balloons before the show because they absolutely will notbe allowed into the theatre building and you will only have to forfeit the balloons. We will not hold balloons for you while you are in the theatre. Purchase balloons only after the event on the way outof the campus.


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