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12 and 15 Passenger Van Rentals and Brooklyn Lyceum
Brooklyn is located on the western tip of Long Island, near Staten Island and Manhattan. Just looking out the window of your 12 or 15 passenger van rental, you will be amazed at all the historical architecture of the Brooklyn buildings, especially the churches. If you're in Brooklyn you must definitely put Brooklyn's history on your list of things to do. On your travels with your 12 or 15 passenger van rentals company Image Rent A Car, why don't you try adding a little culture?
It all started with one man...
Eric Richmond had always been attracted to Brooklyn's history ever since 1988. He admired Brooklyn's vision of becoming a powerhouse in business, arts, and culture. Today his contribution of Brooklyn's past can be seen in the Brooklyn Lyceum, sometimes called the "Public Bath #7". Brooklyn was a cultural hub in the late 19th century. Today, in the 21st Century the city of Brooklyn aims to keep it that way. So when on your travels with your 12 or 15 passenger van rentals company from Image Rent A Car, remember to check out the Brooklyn Lyceum!
Curtains up at the Brooklyn Lyceum...
The Brooklyn Lyceum shows a weekly comedy troupe called the Frogemen of the Gowanus, a one man show called In the Shadow of the Third Rail and Curses, The Happy Happy Smile Hour and a Half Variety Show and Swamp King are also played. With a 4000 square foot performance area, the Brooklyn Lyceum's downstairs theatre has had the pleasure of having performances of plays such as Salomr, CirquBoom's Circus of Vices and Virtues, Anthony Schwartzman's Huner Dreams, Richard II and Antony & Cleopatra. On a musical note, the Brooklyn Lyceum has had performances from Cyru's Baptista's Brazilian percussion troupe Beat the Donkey, Duck Baker, Marc Ribot, the Polyphonic Spree, Black Dice and Mum, Nadine Goellner, Natalia Zukerman and Kelly Zullo to just list a few. So when you're traveling with your 12 or 15 passenger van rentals company Image Rent A Car remember to check the Brooklyn Lyceum's official website at www.brooklynlyceum.com for the show times and current listings.
Live at the Lyceum is a show featuring small and local musical performers. The musical venue can be used as a variety of things; it is actually part gym, theatre, and concert hall. The Live at the Lyceum happens once a month with the option of two performance spaces for people who wish to perform:
- Mezzanine - perfect for small and intimate performances of 50 to 65 people.
- Main Stage - Artists can take advantage of this massive space. Options on how to use the space include projections, exhibits, and a movable stage. Some acts have included World Friendship Inferno Society, Chakra Meltdown, Amanda Palmer, Gang Gang Dance, and Vernon Reid.
A harmonious match...
The Brooklyn Lyceum paired with Brooklyn's Green Wood Cemetery has resulted in musical and theatrical productions within the Green Wood's 1911 Chapel. Part of the ticket fees go to the Save in Time fund, a trust for the restoration of the Green-Wood's Monument. Some productions by The Brooklyn Lyceum include:
- Mile - a - Minute Murphy - the person who raced a locomotive on his bike
- Susan Smith McKinney Steward - The first black female doctor in New York State
- The depiction of the fate of the world's 1st Clipper ship on sea.
- Check out the website for more listings!
227 4th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone: 866 - GOWANUS
Fax: (718) 398 7301
Right to Union Street, Corner of President Street