& Events

at brooklyn commons

The 3.6-acre landscaped commons is activated year-round with world-class arts and cultural experiences by Arts Brookfield, an initiative of Brookfield Properties that supports innovation in music, dance, theater, film, and visual art by pushing boundaries to create unique events and installations that invigorate Brooklyn Commons and the Downtown Brooklyn community.

July 5 - 10

New York Classical Theatre presents Shakespeare’s Cymbeline

New York Classical Theatre celebrates their second summer at Brooklyn Commons, with a free outdoor presentation of Shakespeare’s Cymbeline

Location: Brooklyn Commons Park

July 21 - 24


BLOOM! is the newest creation of SWAY (formerly known as Australia’s Strange Fruit) atop their signature 14-foot sway poles.

Location: Brooklyn Commons Park

August 4

Rooftop Films: Dark Toons

Dark Toons, featuring short, animated films that will bring you to the strange and mysterious worlds.

Location: Brooklyn Commons Park

August 11

Rooftop Films: Hannah Haha

A kindhearted townie living with her father is pulled in different directions by her brother who returns and imposes his lifestyle on them.

Location: Brooklyn Commons Park

August 17-21

The Puppet Cycle: Small World Stories

Phantom Limb Company brings its new roving puppet cycle to Brooklyn Commons to present two new short plays and a musical number. Perfect for audiences of all ages.

Location: Brooklyn Commons Park

August 18

Rooftop Films: Retrograde

After a jarring encounter with a police officer leaves her with a minor traffic citation, Molly becomes determined to get the ticket dismissed. 

Location: Brooklyn Commons Park

August 24

Rooftop Films: Trapped –Uncanny Thrillers

Something evil lurks in the garden, monsters swarm your childhood room, a camera makes everyone into cucumbers. 

Location: Brooklyn Commons Park

Through June 2, 2023

KangHee Kim: Street Errands

Presented by Brookfield Properties in partnership with Photoville Festival

KangHee Kim’s work takes the viewer to another world with her series of collaged photographs entitled, Street Errands.

Location: 351 Jay Street (1 MTC) and 115 Myrtle Ave (15 MTC)

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