- Brooklyn Mutt Show
- Craft Markets
- King Con Brooklyn
- Markets, Festivals and Conventions
- Booking (General)
- Booking (Children's Theater)
- A Word on Booking
- Blink Fitness or Music, Theater, Comedy, Dance, Batting Cage, Roller Skating, Movies, Weddings and Markets
Rest assured, the Lyceum Craft Markets will be back. Until that time we will be stumping some crafty things.
Email us with ideas at Craft Markets.
Rest assured, we will be back.
Keep sending us links to your work and we will salt that information away for later use.
Until that time we will be stumping some comics causes.
Email us with ideas at KingCon.
Pizza, Coffee, Muffins, Ice Cream ...
5,000-12,000 square feet of space for markets. Lyceum has hosted Comicons, Craft Markets, Mutt Shows and Festivals.
Talk to us HERE.
Basketball, Baseball, Zumba ...
Inquire about booking : HERE.
Music, Theater, Dance, Comedy, Wedding, Party, Convention, etc.
We are plotting a regular children's theater, learning and music program for when this all plays out.
If you are interested in participating (set design, directing or even bringing your own group to the Lyceum) email us HERE for info about upcoming organizational meeting.
We are breathing some life into our old series (Live at The Lyceum). To start we will be putting on an occasional night of music. If you or your group want to submit you act email us a link to your work HERE
A ten minute play festival for the ages where the swamp meets the slope.
Email us (HERE) a 10 minute or less play you would like to see on a Lyceum Stage.
The Lyceum is Brooklyn's biggest theatrical stage. Looking for productions that can fit into our schedule. Interested in staging your work in a glorious relic?
Email us HERE.
While the Lyceum is in A Year of Hell getting ready to reset the timeline, we are still plotting the calendar for when we are free to act again.
Feel free to approach us with ideas, projects, and, if you have them, dates. We will be sifting and sorting much material so we can make a quick job of getting things running again.
NOTE: We are NOT collecting any monies while we plan. As such we can make no commitments. Drop us a line to stay in touch.
NOTE #2 : We are holding meetings and scheduling times to talk about programming at the Lyceum for 2015/2016. Email us about your work.
At least the Borg, Greystone, realized they were in over their head making the Lyceum residential.
But couldn't they do better than Blink ?
From Yelp review...
Poor customer care. The business of running a gym is more than opening the doors dusting the equipment and cleaning the bathroom (which is done below average at this facility but is marginally acceptable for the low monthly fee). Would not recommend BLINK to anyone due to the poor unacceptable customer care and less than acceptable facilities!
And Landmarks is gonna let them cut two new entrances out of the facade? Not cool. Due process savaged for a chain...
JUDGES WHO CHEATED THE BROOKLYN LYCEUM TO WIN: Brian M. Cogan, Carol Bagley Amon, William F. Kuntz, Carla M Craig, Donald Scott Kurtz, Laura Jacobson
--The Brooklyn Lyceum has been through a decade long struggle against Jean Miele for contract violations and alleged general dishonesty. During that time the mortgage note on the building got sold to a new partner of Jean Miele. That "partner" initiated a foreclosure against the Lyceum.
--Then the economy tanked and that partner sold almost all of their resources to save one project. They sold the note on the building for 33 cents on the dollar to a group run by Arthur Cornfeld and David Topping. They bought the note at a very odd time, legally speaking, as they bought it 18+/- months after the Lyceum had defaulted (not answered) the foreclosure claim.
--Well, there is a law on the books CPLR 3215c that says if you fail to prosecute a default for more than 12 months you have abandoned the claim (foreclosure) through inaction. When we raised that with NY State Supreme Court Justice Donald Scott Kurtz, he was unaware of the statute and had his Law Clerk, Gina Levy Abadi, look up the statute.
--Judge Kurtz then asked Christina Bost Seaton why they didn't refile the claim? Christina cried that the foreclosure that they bought, as abandoned no less, had taken so long that she didnt't think it was fair to make someone who bought an abandoned complaint start a new complaint. Judge then gave Christina Bost Seaton time to respond. Respond she did. She produced an affidavit from .. who said that the Lyceum had been given several extensions but that he had no records of the extensions, either on paper or phone records. Well this is cute. My attorney said, he had no records either. The caselaw in 3215c says that an unsubstantiated, challenged and controverted attorney affidavit had no value. That's what we said and showed in opposition papers. But wonderful Judge Kurtz ignored our papers and found that there had been extensions. Thus continues the trail of judiciary oddities being played out as that finding was completely inappropriate, in general, and ridiculous on the face of the record when the decision had been made.
Check the tabs below for specifics and get an understanding of how Brooklyn Judges seem to break the law regularly.
>>>>The issues are bigger than whether the Lyceum continues as a theater or event space. If anyone has had trouble like this with their judges, we want to know.<<<<
DUE PROCESS PRIMER
Due Process is the principle that the courts must respect all of the legal rights that are owed to a person according to the law. Due process holds the courts subservient to the law of the land protecting individual persons from the state. When a court harms a person, without following the exact course of the law, then that is a procedural due process violation which offends the rule of law.
*=Constitution - Notice & opportunity to be heard.
--A decision that followed DUE PROCESS can be appealed.
Chief Bankruptcy Judge and Park Slope Resident Carla Craig's Math Challenge : Where 7 = 6.
|--Judge Carla M. Craig issued order on September 24, 2014 eliminating a scheduled hearing.|
--In its place Judge Carla M. Craig gave us 7 days from the entry of a necessary order to file papers.
--On the 7th day after the entry of the necessary order papers were filed. They were unequivocally timely.
--On the 10th day Judge Carla M. Craig Issued a decision that did not acknowledge or address the paper filed on the 7th day.
--Two hours after the decision the timely filed papers were entered into the court system.
--Thus, we had a hearing taken from us as well as the only opportunity to be heard. This is a classic due process failure.
- Removal of the front entrance to be replaced needlessly with something when Greystone (headed by Stephen Rosenberg of this pompous rap domination video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NohbqocZ5Qc. Watch it. It will make your skin crawl.
- Addition of rooftop air conditioner units for the building that was not designed for such weight (mostly skylights) and could damage the building when they could just as readily use groundwater cooling in the abandoned pool below the Brooklyn Lyceum to air condition all of the apartments / condos and commercial space.
This wanton destructionof the NYC Landmark and listed on the National Historic Register should not happen this way.
Here is the calendar text: Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the creation of new at-grade entrances at 4th Avenue and at President Street facades, removal of existing perimeter fencing, partial lowering of parapet wall, removal of chimney and the addition of rooftop HVAC equipment at 227 4th Avenue aka Public Bathhouse No. 7 (northeast corner President Street/4th Avenue), Individual Landmark.