Photo by Colin Danville


                 Upcoming 2009 Performances


March 13-14

8pm Nightly

Christal Brown as a guest performer with


Town Hall Theater in Middlebury, VT

68 South Pleasant Street

Middlebury, VT 05753

For more information visit



March 20-21, 2009

INSPIRIT and The Harlem School of the Arts Theater


Celebrating Women:  the voice, the body, the history and the evolution

8pm nightly

A program of music, dance, and spoken word with work by INSPIRIT Christal Brown, Toni Renee Johnson/BOLD, Nia Love/Blacksmiths Daughter, Nabiyah and more

General Admission $10

Located at 645 St. Nicholas Avenue

New York, NY 10030

A/C or B/D trains to 145th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue




April 1st, 2008



Presented by the Bronx Council on the Arts

In conjunction with the Bronx Culture Trolley

INSPIRIT in performs at Pregones Theater
World Premiere of “The Mocking

575 Walton Avenue

Bronx, NY 10451

Take the #2, 4 or 5 IRT trains to 149th Street and Grand Concourse. Upon exiting the station, walk 1 short block west on 149th street to Walton Avenue. Turn right on Walton Avenue. Theater is on Walton Avenue between 149th & 150th Streets. Travel time from mid-town Manhattan is usually 20 minutes.



April 4th, 2008



Presented by the Bronx Council on the Arts

Big Read

INSPIRIT in performs

 “The Mocking

2556 Bainbridge Avenue (near Fordham Road)

for more information visit




May 2-3, 2009

Kaatsbaan International Arts Center

Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 2:30pm

Kaatsban Studio Theater

General Admission $25,  $10 Dance Student Rush Tix available one half-hour before the performance at the door.

120 Broadway

Tivoli, NY  12583

For more info visit or call 845.757.510






January 9-13, 2009

3-6 PM

Represented by Mason Rhynes Prodcutions
Booth #224 in Whinelander Hall




January 11, 2009  9:05-9:20pm
Alvin Ailey Studios
5A and 5B
405 West 55th Street
New York, NY 10019



February 8, 2009



Pink Empowerment

Christal Brown performing on behalf of

      Urban Bush Women

A Wellness Day, Dance Concert and Artist Health Fair presented by the Move for Breast Cancer Awareness (MBCA)

Sponsored by and located at Dance New Amsterdam, 280 B'way, 2nd Floor (enter at Chambers), NYC, NY 10007





Saturday January 12

The Mason/Rhynes Productions Showcase


Alvin Ailey Studios at 405 W 55th Street at 9th Avenue

Sudio (TBA)

APAP Presenters please visit:
Mason/Rhynes Production's booth number is 115 in
For a detailed floor plan and location please see



March 8-9, 2008

Dance Place Presents:



Ideals & Isms

Saturday March 8th at 8pm and Sunday March 9th at 4pm

3225 8th Street NE, Washington, DC 20017

$22 General Admission

$17 Artists, Members, Students, Teachers and Seniors

$8 Children age 17 and under

To purchase tickets visit

or call 202.269.1600


INSPIRIT and VT Dance join forces for a powerful evening of dance art.  Christal Brown and Vincent E.Thomas, award-winning choreographers, create work from an idealistic perspective without fear of challenging “isms”.



March 22, 2008
BAAD Presents
(Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance)
BAAD Ass Women
See 3 INSPIRIT Choreographers on one bill
Christal Brown, Sharon Manuel, and Tina Vasquez
831 Barretto Street 2nd Floor
Bronx, NY 10474
TIckets $15
For more information call  718.842.5223 or visit



 April 2-4, 2008

The Dance Department of Hobart and William Smith Colleges host

INSPIRT in Residence

In addition to master classes and lecture demonstration there will be a

Public Performance Friday April 4 at 8pm

Winn Seely Gymnasium, on the HSW Campus

Geneva, NY 14456

For more info visit or call 315.781.3495



April 5-6, 2008

Tribeca Performing Arts Center presents INSPIRIT

As a part of the 2008 Work and Show Festival

Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm

Tribeca Performing Arts Center is located inside

 The Borough of Manhattan Community College

at 199 Chamber Street in Manhattan


New works premiering by INSPIRIT’s 2008 CCCP recipients Alexandra Houston and Sharon Manuel.  Also performing on this program are Edissa Weeks and Ellis Wood


Making It Together
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
INSPIRIT performs the evocative Past Her Rites as part of an all-day festival celebrating collaboration between women over the past 20 years
FREE!!! Saturday, May 17, 2008

Say SO
Union Square
INSPIRIT performs the company collective, Isms as part of SAYSO (Sexual Assault Yearly Speak Out)
FREE!! Sunday, May 18, 2008



July 26 - 27, 2008

Mason/Rhynes Production, Inc. Presents

Eclipse: 24 Hours of Blackness

8:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Dance Place Washington, D.C.


INSPIRIT, a dance company is proud to be back in Washington D.C. as part of this phenomenal festival.  Eclipse: 24 Hours of Blackness highlights the artistry of prominent black artists in D.C. and around the world.  Each day opens with master classes taught by the artists presenting, and moves into performances by noon.  The entire weekend wraps up with Black Expressions Dance: On the Rise – a shared evening of three up and coming choreographers. 

Christal Brown will teach a master class Sunday at 3 PM

The company will perform early Saturday morning: time slot TBA.


Dance Place is located at 3225 8 Street NE

Washington D.C. 20017

ph. 202-269-1600


For more information on this concert, the master classes, or to purchase advance tickets, please visit their website at:



August 10, 2008

City Parks Foundation Presents

City Parks Dance

3-6 PM

St. Mary’s Park Bronx, New York


INSPIRIT, a dance company shares an evening with Contra Tiempo (Los Angeles)

For more information on City Parks Dance, to obtain directions to St. Mary’s Park, or for specifics on the open hip hop class with “Stomp the Yard” star Darren Henson, visit



November 12, 2008

Afternoons at LIU


Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts

Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus

1 University Plaza

for more info visit



December 4-6 2008

8pm Nightly

Dreams and Visions

INSPIRIT’s 5th NYC Anniversary Season

Tribeca Performing Arts Center

199 Chambers Street

Manhattan, NY

For more info visit



December  12-13 2008


7:30pm Nightly

New Works of Experiential Multimedia Performance

Dreams and Visions

MFA Thesis Production

By Christal Brown

Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts

Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus

1 University Plaza






February 3-4

one in five
Christal Brown Performing as a
Guest Artist with VT Dance
Dance Place

3225 8th Street, NE

Washington, DC 20017

February 3rd - 8pm

February 4th - 4pm

$20 general admission

$15 members, students, and seniors,
teachers and professional artists

$7 - children under 17


For more info or tickets contact
Dance Place at or 202.269.1600

or visit



Saturday and Sunday
February 10-11

INSPIRIT and Princess Mhoon

Dance Place
3228 8th Street NW
Washington, DC 20017

Ticket Prices: $20 general admission; $15 members,
 students, teachers (PreK-12), professional artists & seniors;
$7 for children

For more information and directions, call
202-269-1600 or  visit


February 16-17

Coming Home

INSPIRIT, a dance company in concert in
Artistic Director’s hometown

Kinston High School Performing Arts Center

2601 N. Queen Street

Kinston, NC 28501


$15 general admission

Special rates for students and groups


For more information call Jackie Brown
@ 252.930.5572 or Henry Street 252.361.5628



March 16-17

16 Stories


Tribeca Performing Center

199 Chambers Street

Manhattan, NY 10007


$10 General Admission

special rates for students and groups


For more information contact the box office at  212.220.1460


16 Stories is a collaborative work created by INSPIRIT
to challenge the ideas of perception, environment and experience. 
Told from the theatrical space of 16 story building dancers embody
16 stories with the use of movement, text and theatrical prowess
assisted by projection and film. 




March 17
Edgy Women Festival
Christal Brown Performing "Wishes"
Saturday March 17th, 8pm / Sala Rossa, $12 ($10 VIP/students)
4848 St-Laurent (corner St-Joseph)




February 24
INSPIRIT in collaboration with the Classical Theater of Harlem
SUNY Purchase




April 19-22

OB·ject ob·JECT

The first installment of From Every Angle

shared program

Dance New Amsterdam

280 Broadway, 2nd Floor (entrance on Chambers)
New York, NY 10007

April 19-21 - 8pm

April 22  - 3pm

$17 General admission

$12 Members


For more information visit
or call 212.625.8369


From Every Angle: Migration, is a physical exploration of the theoretical, psychological, and geographical migratory landscapes of women.  Combining the multiethnic perspectives of eight female artist of varying ages and social backgrounds, From Every Angle: Migration (bold) delves into ancestral pathways, infuses them with present day experience, then exposes the similarities and differences of our foremothers and forefathers. 

Collaborators for this project include:  Andrea E Woods (choreographer) and Desiree Gordon (vocalist), Malinda Allen (choreographer) and Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai (spoken word artist), Tina Vasquez (choreographer) and Sarah Seigal (violinist), and Tiffany Rhynard (choreographer) and Karma Johnson (percussionist).



Friday-Sunday May 4-6

 Live Art in Progress

Long Island University

New Media and Performance, MFA

Kumble Theater

1 University Plaza

Brooklyn, NY 11201

7pm Nightly




Wednesday, June 6 at 8pm

 BAAD! Research: Movement in the Bronx

Tickets $12

Movement Research Festival Spring 2007 joins BAAD!'s Boogie Down Dance Festival. This performance is an intersection between kindred communities who are spatially separate. Co-curated by BRIO award-winning choreographer and Movement Research Artist in Residence Christal Brown of INSPIRIT, and the Curation/Production Group. Artists include Eagle Ager, Malinda Allen (in photo), Maria Hassabi, Shizu Homma, Toni Renee Johnson, and Yvonne Meier.




 Thursday, June 7th

 INSPIRIT Joins Forces with the Foundation Fighting Blindness

In collaboration with Paul Peress, INSPIRIT will present entertainment alongside Camaroonian singing sensation Kiesa at the Foundation Fighting Blindness Fundraisers Annual Event at Cipriani’s Restaurant on 42nd Street.



Saturday and Sunday, June 9th and 10th

 Todo Mezclado Festival

 440 Lafayette, 3rd Floor

INSPIRIT showing Until Fruition

7:30pm Nightly

for more information visit:



Saturday, June 23 at 6:30pm

 INSPIRIT in Collaboration with Reflect Connect Move

Khrome Bar and Lounge

857 Atlantic Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11238


Reflect Connect Move is striving to address gender violence by organizing, mentoring, and training members in their home community of Brooklyn to be more aware of the subject on a state and family level.

Through the mentoring arm of the organization INSPIRIT has worked with two teen choreographers to facilitate the growth of a new work by the young dance-makers addressing the issue of gender violence from their perspective.




Wednesday, July 18 at 11am

 16 Stories

Presented by the LIU H.E.O.P. Program

Kumble Theater

1 University Plaza

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Admission Free
Reservations Required

E-mail Reservation Request to



Thursday - Saturday, July 26-28 at 6:30pm
Solar 1 Dance Festival
Stuyvesant Cove, 23rd Street and East River, Manhattan
INSPIRIT, dancing the work of Paloma McGregor
For more info visit


Friday, August 10 at 7:30pm

Black Expressions Showcase

Presented by Mason/Rhynes Productions

Carter Baron Amphitheater, Rock Creek Park

3545 Williamsburg Lane, NW
Washington, DC 20008


For more info visit



Wednesday, August 15 at 2:15
Dancewave's Demitasse Summer Cafe
The Old First Reform Church
729 Carrol Street at 7th Ave
in Park Slope, Brooklyn
take the B, Q, or F to 7th Ave




Saturday, September 1, 2007
12 – 6pm


INSPIRIT’s 1st Art for All Festival

An Eclectic Blend of Music, Dance, Visual Art, Spoken Word and much more


Mudbone Theater

889 Hunts Point Avenue

The Bronx, NY

6 train to Hunts Point Avenue




Saturday October 6th

Target 1st Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum


New Work Commissioned by the Brooklyn Museum exploring the Caribbean Diaspora
Tix Available at Visitor Center at 5:30
Show Time:  6:30pm
200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238
2/3 Train to Eastern Parkway
for more info visit




Sunday October 13th
Culture Fest NYC


NYC Premier of Past Her Rites
Set to the music of Nina Simone and Mocean Worker, INSPIRIT, a dance company, will perform Past Her Rites, an exposé on the culture of the modern-day professional female. Past Her Rites delves into the psyche of women who push past their identities and find themselves lost in a sea of affectations.
Main Stage State Street and Battery Place in Lower Manhattan
Show Time: 1:45pm
for more info visit




Saturday October 20th

INSPIRIT dancing the work of Paloma McGregor
The Museum of Contemporary Art  Cleavland, MOCA/Cleavland
Show Time:  7pm
8501 Carnegie Avenue
General Admission $10/ Free for members
(216) 421-8671
for more info visit


Saturday October 27th
The Blaktino Performance Series
Three INSPIRIT choreographers on 1 program

See the work of Christal Brown, INSPIRIT’s Founding Artistic Director,
Paloma McGregor, former company member and company choreographer
As well as Chevon Stewart, company member, trainer, and administrator
Show Time:  8pm
General Admission $15
BAAD is located at Barretto Street
For more info visit


Friday November 2nd
INSPIRIT in Concert on the Campus of Trinity College

Goodwin Theater, Austin Arts Center
Show Time:  7:30pm
General Admission $15 /Senior and Students, $10
Free for Trinity College Students, Faculty, Administration and Staff
For more info visit and click on calendar og events


Saturday and Sunday November 3rd and 4th
Kaatsbaan International Dance Center
UpStream Series I

Saturday at 7:30/ Sunday at 2:30
Kaatsban Studio Theater
General Admission $25,  $10 Dance Student Rush Tix available one  half-hour before the performance at the door.
For more info visit or call 845.757.5107





Thursday November 29

INSPIRIT II final showing
(BAM Dancing Into the Future)




Whitewave John Ryan Theater , 25 Jay Street , F train to York Avenue





Friday and Saturday December 7 and 8th

The Dance Gallery~Intimate

Preseted by Von Ussar danceworks


8pm Nightly

Other artists include:  Genesis Dance Company, Jessica Danser/dansfolk, Gerri Houlihan, Iquail Shaheed Johnson, Jennifer Muller/The Works, Andy and Dionne Noble, Jana Hicks, Marjike Eliasberg, Von Ussar danceworks, and Hattie Mae Williams

The Performance Project @ University Settlement

184 Eldridge Street (corner of Rivington Street )

F Train to 2nd Avenue , B/D to Grand Street

Tickets $15/Adults, $10/Students and Seniors Citizens, $5/ Children 12 and under

Reservations: 212-453-4532 or

For more information visit







Saturday January 21st @ 8pm

Pepatian Presents

Bronx Dance Express

City Center Studio 5

130 West 56th Street Between 6th and 7th Avenue


For more info call (718) 588-1936

APAP presenters please visit Pepatian Booth #826 America’s Hall II


Sunday March 5th 2006
Brooklyn Arts Exchange
The Women’s Performance Festival
421 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Corner of 8th Street
Reservations: (718) 832-0018
For more info visit


Friday and Saturday
March 10th and 11th
SWEAT Modern Dance Series
Debaun Auditorium
Castle Point on Hudson
Hoboken, NJ 07030
8pm Nightly
Admission: $10 Adults $7 Students and Seniors
Reservations: (201) 216-8937
Tickets can be purchased online by visiting
For more info visit:

an INSPIRIT, a dance company Premiere
Distinctly Akin
March 29 & 30
Tickets $10
Tribeca Performing Arts Center
Inside the Borough of Manhattan Community College
199 Chambers Street
Manhattan, NY

ABOUT DISTINCTLY AKIN:  Artistic Director Christal Brown takes inspiration for Distinctly Akin from actress, poet and activist Beah Richards and her work "A Black Woman Speaks...of White Womanhood, of White Supremacy, of Peace."  Through dance, text and music, Distinctly Akin explores relationships among women across cultural lines.  Brown explains, "Women of all cultures have been disenfranchised, yet they have endured.  Having suffered as second-class citizens - being mutilated and inflicting harm on ourselves in the name of an ideal measure of beauty - our saving grace is our solidarity.”   

Drawing on INSPIRIT’s mission of collaboration, company members Rhea Patterson and Paloma McGregor have contributed choreography for Distinctly Akin, imbuing the work with INSPIRIT’s signature spiritual exuberance, ancestral strength, startling perception, and a rich movement vocabulary drawing from postmodern forms, traditional West African dance, ballet, yoga, and theater.  

Composer Kala Pierson has worked alongside INSPIRIT to create an integrated score of original and pre-recorded compositions; original text has been written for Distinctly Akin by playwright/director Patricia McGregor and actress Dawanda Wise. 


April 7 & 8 @ 9:30pm
dancemOpolitan@Joe's Pub
at the Public Theater

Produced by dancenow/NYC in partnership
with Joes's Pub
Pepatian's Bronx Burlesque Show
Hosted by Elizabeth Morrero with Guest Artists
Arthur Aviles
Christal Brown
Antonio Ramos
Richard Rivera
Moemi Segarra and Merian Soto

April 9th @ 4pm
Dance Forum:  Symphonic Poem
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238
718 638 5000
www.brooklyn museum .org

April 21-22
INSPIRIT in conjunction with Silent Productions and
NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault/SAYSO
Friday 8:30-9:00pm and Saturday 10:00-10:30am

April 28
Hostos Community College
149th Street and Grand Concourse
Admission $10



June 16th
Bronx Academy of Letters Culminating Showcase
Columbia University
Casa Italiano
For more info visit

June 17th
Out Like That Festival
Guest Artist:  Hunter Carter
841 Barretto Street
For more info, visit

June 21st
Bronx Week
Fordham Plaza
D train to Fordham road
For more info, visit

July 11th
Moving Men
Dixon Place
For more info visti
Guest Artist:  Hunter Carter

July 13-16

Goose Route Dance Festival
Shepheardstown, WV

July 21st
Earl Mosely's  Institute for the Arts
Closing Residency Concert
For more info visit

August 11th
Black Expressions: Showcase!!!
Carter Baron Amphitheatre
Featuring: Gesel Mason Performance Projects,
PS24, INSPIRIT and Urban Movement Theater
For more info visit


September 14th
Dance/Now NYC
Dancemopolitan @ Joes Pub
Joe's Pub at The Public Theater
 425 Lafayette Street
(btwn East 4th & Astor Place)
N/R/W to 8th Street/NYU or #6 to Astor Place
TICKETS: 212-239-6200
in person at The Public Theater Box Office
For more info visit

Friday October 6, 2006


The BlakTino Performance Series


(Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance)

831 Barretto Street, 2nd Floor

Bronx, NY 10474

Tix: $15
For more info call (718) 842-5223
or  visit



November 10, 2006
Live Art in Progress
Long Island University's Kumble Theater
B,Q,N,R to Dekalb

For more info visit


November 27, 2006
Movement Research at Judson Church
55 Washington Square South

For more info visit





January 7, 10
For Dance, Inc.
2005 APAP Showcase
The Joan Weill Center for Dance
at the

Alvin Ailey Studios
405 West 55th Street, NYC
For more information visit
or call (212)233-2323


Presenters, visit us at the 2005 ISPA Conference in
NYC and/or at APAP - Booth #176 Rhinelander


  March 19

  Christal Brown performing
  at the Bronx Academy of Art and Dance.


  March 20-25 and April 3-9

  Christal Brown 2005 Guest Artist at the
  University of Southern Mississippi

  Two week residency including technique
  classes and a choreographic work set
  on the students.


April 14-16

INSPIRIT 2005 Guest Artist at
The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH.

The company will be teaching masterclasses and
performing “Beg-In Her” as a part of the
Spring College of Wooster Dance
Company Concert.


April 21-24
INSPIRIT in concert
as a part of
Earl Mosely’s Diversity of Dance Festival
Joyce Soho, NY.


May 30

Sat., April 30 at 8pm – Tickets
At BAAD 841 Barretto Street Bronx, NY
For more info visit:

June 22
INSPIRIT will perform
as a part of
the Bodi-Blend Series
at Dixon Place, NY, NY.
Dixon Place 258 Bowery Second Floor New York, NY 10012
For reservations call (212) 219-0736


July 22
INSPIRIT performs at the Jacobs Pillow Dance

Festival Inside/Out Stage
Lee, MA
FREE 6:30pm

For more info visit


August 18-20
Solar 1 Dance Festival

Stuyvesant Cove 23rd and East River

8 pm

September 8-10
DanceNow/NYC Festival

Base Camp Series at DTW

For more info visit

September 10
Festival de Flores

Bronx Botanical Gardens

12 noon 


Sunday October 2nd

Vive Bronx Festival


Between 144 and 149th Streets on the Grand Concourse

At Hostos College

INSPIRIT in collaboration with

Richard Rivera, Alexis Caputo, Jessie Morales



October 9th

In the Streets Festival

San Francisco, CA

Christal Brown and Amara Tabor-Smith

500 Block of Ellis The Tenderloin

Noon and 2pm

FREE/ Donations Accepted


October 16th

Movement Research
at the Judson Church “About Town

Dance Theater Workshop

219 West 19th Street



For Reservations Call (212) 924-0077

Directions:  A, C, 1 or 9 to 14th Street


November 3rd and 4th

Lehman College Presents Pepatian Dance Artists

Choreography by:  Paloma McGregor


$5 Students and Senior

$10 General Admission

250 Beford Park Boulevard West, Bronx, NY

Take 4 or D to Bedford Park Boulevard and walk West


November 18,19 and 20

RAW Material @ Dance New Amsterdam

Choreography by: Rhea Patterson

Friday 8:30 Sat and Sun 7:00

DNA members $12
Non-members $17
All tickets sold at the door
Information: 212.625.8369 x55

451 Broadway, 2nd Floor
(between Grand and Howard Streets, 1 block north of Canal Street)
New York, NY 10013


Saturday December 17th 2005
Food For Thought @ Danspace Project
131 East 10th Street o New York, NY 10003
Admission: $5 + 2 cans of food or $10
Reservations: (212) 674-8194
For more info visit
Directions: 6 to Astor Place


2004 Past Performances


January 23rd
Mason/Rhynes Productions Inc. and Lincoln Theater present
Black Xpressions
8 p.m.
1215 U St. NW, Washington DC 20009
For more information call 202.722.0770

February 7th
Gye Nyame Productions presents
An Evening of African and African-American Music Dance and Poetry
8 p.m.
Iona College Joyce Theater
715 North Ave.
For more information contact Gye Nyame Productions at 828.242.7849

April 16th,17th, and 23rd
E-Moves 5 Program A
Aaron Davis Hall
137th and Convent Avenue @ City College
New York, NY
8 p.m. and 2 p.m. Matinee
For more information go to

May 22-23
New Landscapes Series
Presented by Dane Place
3225 8th St. NE
Washington DC 20017
Sat. 8 p.m. Sun. 7 p.m.
For more information go to

July 31st
INSPIRIT in Concert at Greenhouse
Culminating Residency Concert
Litchfield, CT
8 p.m.

For more information go to

September 13th
DanceNow/NYC Festival
Base Camp Series
Joyce SoHo, 155 Mercer St. @ Houston
New York, NY
For more information go to

October 8-10, 2004 at 8:30 PM
"Voices from the Bush"
Presented by St. Marks Danspace Project
131 East 10th Street (at Second Avenue)
New York, NY 10003
Admission: $15.00
Information: 212-674-8112 or Email:
Reservations: 212-674-8194

October 9th 11am to 5pm
on the 500 block of Ellis st. in San Francisco
Inspirit in collaboration with Amara Tabor-Smith


Friday, Oct. 29 - 8 p.m.
Over eight Bronx-based dance companies unite to raise money for DRA - Dancers Responding to AIDS.
841 Barretto Street

2nd Floor

Bronx, NY 10474

For Reservations call (718) 842-5223
or visit

November 18-21
Joyce Soho
155 Mercer St. @ Houston
New York, NY
General Admission: $15,
Seniors and Students with ID: $12
For more information go to

December 2-4 - 8pm
Newsteps at the Mulberry Street Theater
Mulberry Street Theater
70 Mulberry St., Second Floor
New York, NY 10013
Directions: NRQW to Canal. Walk East on Canal
until you reach Mulberry Street.
Make a right on Mulberry Street
and come down to 70 Mulberry Street
on the corner. In the same building as
the Asian-American Museum
For Reservations call: (212) 349-0126
Admission $12