Mark Your Calendar: Farmers Market at Eagle Street Rooftop Farm July 27


Check out the summer market and volunteer day on Saturday, July 27, from 1 - 4 p.m., at the Eagle Street Rooftop Farm, located at 44 Eagle Street, Brooklyn 11222. At the market, you can find hot peppers, leafy greens, carrots, herbs and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to support a local organic vegetable green roof turned farm! A Goode Green project owned by Broadway Stages, the farm is an example of how we support successful urban agriculture projects that support environmental sustainability. This not only benefits our neighbors by providing fresh produce for local residents and restaurants, but also makes a positive environmental impact by improving the air, making buildings more temperate and reducing storm water runoff.

The farm also provides an opportunity for local residents to broaden their environmental education and become urban farmers through a volunteer training program. The volunteers come out each week to work in the clean soil, learning how to grow food and design urban farms including gardens that support the critical habitat of pollinators. Take a look at the photo gallery to see for yourself what’s growing on our rooftop.

Resource for New York's Aspiring Young Filmmakers: MediaMKRS – Reel Works

Broadway Stages is committed to meeting the growing needs of the film and television industry. We are always on the lookout for resources that provide ways for individuals to learn more about the industry and build relevant skills that can translate into jobs. We are excited to get the word out about the MediaMKRS - Reel Works program that creates pathways for careers in media and entertainment for young New Yorkers. Young filmmakers can connect with educators, industry and government leaders to receive training and obtain credentials through in-school or after-school programs. The comprehensive program covers: camera, editing, leadership, marketing, production, sound, storytelling, and workforce skills. Check out what the program has to offer at

Enabling Success for More Than 55 Years: Kingsborough Community College


Broadway Stages actively supports education in our community, with a focus on the arts, the environment, and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Local students can further their knowledge of these subjects and more at one of Brooklyn's outstanding educational institutions — Kingsborough Community College (KCC). Part of the City University of New York (CUNY), KCC has been a vital part of the community for more than 55 years, offering students a variety of educational options, including continuing education, certificates, degrees, and a path to four-year universities – all important steps to enabling individual dreams and success. 

Broadway Stages is proud to support KCC's educational programming and to sit on its Foundation Board. The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program recognized KCC as one of the nation's top community colleges. Learn more about KCC and its programs at

Valuable New Resource Available: Diverse Suppliers Directory


Broadway Stages values diversity in the workforce and among our suppliers and vendors. That’s why we're excited to spread the news about the recently published Diverse Supplier Directory. Published by the New York State Governor's Office of Motion Picture & Television Development, the directory brings visibility to the many diverse vendors supporting the industry in New York — bringing them more business opportunities. These vendors provide services in the following areas: casting, catering, equipment rental, janitorial/cleaning, marketing/media services, post/VFX/animation, production company, security, stages/studios, and wardrobe/props.

Broadway Stages looks forward to using this resource, encouraging our diverse service providers to sign up, and sharing it with our production clients.

Save the Date: July 18 — Patrol Borough Brooklyn North Harmony Day Picnic

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Come out on Thursday, July 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., for the Patrol Borough Brooklyn North Harmony Day Picnic, hosted by the 77th and 79th Precincts. At the picnic, you can get to know your neighbors and members of local law enforcement, while enjoying fun, family-friendly activities — plus delicious food provided by Broadway Stages!

The picnic will be held at Herbert Von King Park, located at 670 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11216. Check out the video from last year's picnic on YouTube. For more information about this year's event, contact Patrol Borough Community Affairs at 718-573-6619.

Advancing Parity for Women: New York Women in Film & Television


As a woman-owned business, Broadway Stages is committed to advancing opportunities for women and minorities in the television and film industry. One way we demonstrate this commitment is through membership in New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT). As a professional association for women in the New York entertainment industry, NYWIFT promotes equality for women — whether in front of or behind the camera and in every stage of their careers — and works to make a difference through initiatives that recognize talents and provide opportunities for women throughout the industry.

Most recently, NYWIFT hosted its 2019 Summit at which industry thought leaders and journalists addressed the issues of gender and pay gap, diversity/inclusion, and sexual harassment, planning the way forward to make positive changes in these areas.

We congratulate Cynthia López for recently taking the helm as NYWIFT executive director and look forward to working together with NYWIFT to face the challenges and opportunities presented to women in the industry. Learn more about NYWIFT, its programs, and how to become a member at

The Tradition Continues — Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and Giglio Feast

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Since 1903, the Italians in Williamsburg have been celebrating the annual Giglio Feast, which since the 1950s has been combined with the feast honoring Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Make no mistake, this is not like any other celebration you have ever seen, but one that you must experience. After all, honoring two saints in one celebration — Our Lady of Mount Carmel and San Paolino di Nola — deserves righteous grandeur. Learn about the rich history of this ceremonial festival here, and check out the YouTube video below to see for yourself the excitement and passion of this feast. Information about the celebration July 10-21 can be found here. Broadway Stages is proud to be a sponsor of this historically significant event, and we encourage you to attend and partake in the century-old tradition brought to Brooklyn in 1903 by the Nolani immigrants.

Calling All Young Artists: Eckford Street Studio Summer Art Workshop


The Eckford Street Studio Summer Art Workshop for Kids is underway! Brought to you by ESS Community Projects, this weekly workshop runs through the end of August. At the workshop, young artists entering kindergarten to second and third to fifth grades explore various themes through media including drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, and more. Guided by teaching artists, the kids collaborate and participate in projects, gaining important artistic and life skills. More information, including the full schedule and registration link, can be found on the workshop website.

Broadway Stages is excited to show our commitment to local community education through continued support to ESS Community Projects, which brings high-quality art education to all members of the North Brooklyn community, regardless of income or experience.

Wingate Concert Series 2019!

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The 2019 Wingate Concert Series, hosted by Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams, is ON and taking place this summer in the heart of Brooklyn at Wingate Field. The series includes live band performances by premiere R&B soul, classic hip-hop, reggae, smooth jazz, and gospel artists who not only represent the soul of Brooklyn but are also in current radio rotation.

As a proud sponsor of this exciting summer event, Broadway Stages encourages you to check out the line-up and join in the fun July 9, 10, 16, 17, and 18. The free concert series is held at Wingate Field in Brooklyn located at Rutland and Winthrop Streets, opposite from Kings County Hospital. Gates open at 6 p.m., and showtime is at 7 p.m. Join us in celebrating music and the arts!

Happy Independence Day From Broadway Stages!


Happy Independence Day from Broadway Stages! We know, we can't believe it's already here either. We all love to celebrate with family, friends, a good barbecue, and some fireworks, but for those who want to spice things up a bit, there's a ton going on in Brooklyn this year. From Coney Island to Greenpoint there are events that are sure to shake things up. Check out the list below to see what's going on this year as we celebrate the 4th of July! Have fun and be safe.

  1. Coney Island's Fourth of July Celebration + Fireworks

  2. Macy's 4th of July Fireworks at Brooklyn Bridge

  3. 4th of July Fest

New Green Roof Teacher's Guide Now Available

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Kingsland Wildflowers at Broadway Stages has recently released a green roof teacher's guide aimed at grades pre-K through five. In our changing world, it's important that at a young age, students learn about the environment and how they can do their part to create a positive impact. Green rooftops are a great way to introduce children to ecosystems and offer an opportunity to learn about their functionality and importance in the metropolitan area.

The guide itself breaks down the lessons by grade to accurately and effectively engage and enlighten students about the benefits of sustainability. Created by local STEM teacher Vicki Sando, the guide will first be implemented by her current school, PS 41. We encourage educators from all over the city to inquire about the green roof teacher's guide for use in their own curricula! For more information, contact the NYC Audubon or the Newtown Creek Alliance.

Kingsland Wildflowers — Arts and Education in Full Bloom

It's been a wonderful season at Kingsland Wildflowers at Broadway Stages, and we've celebrated in full bloom with a flurry of activity that you can view for yourself below. If you missed any of these events, there is still time to experience Kingsland Wildflowers on Saturday, June 29; please join us for our last open house of the season from noon to 3 p.m. Tour the native plant garden, visit our community engagement space, and enjoy an amazing view of the city from our rooftop. It's free and open to the public, and no registration is required. Until next season, we wish you a safe and happy summer! #GOGREEN

Broadway Stages wishes to thank the stewards and collaborators of Kingland Wildflowers, including New York City Audubon, Newtown Creek Alliance, Alive Structures, and NOoSHPHERE Arts, for their leadership and support of environmentally sustainable programs that benefit our community.

Culminating Events at Kingsland Wildflowers 2019

Friday June 7 - Sunset Ecology Tour with NYC Audubon and Atlas Obscura

Monday, June 24 - Alive Structures and North Brooklyn Chamber Panel Discussion about NYC’s New Green Deal and the Future of Green Roofs