We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and presentation of the performing arts.

We provide quality, affordable, accessible space for rehearsal, class, and performance.

We support emerging and established artists.

We aim to create space, time, and energy for research, experimentation, and innovation.

We give opportunities to the arts community, local and beyond, for the creation and presentation of new work.

We are a space for all artists and all audiences.


Originally a single studio in the heart of Williamsburg at 118 N. 11th St., our organization was co-founded in 2000 by the former dance collective KICK|STANDance: Abby Bender, Cary Baker, Layla Childs, Anna Luckey, and Sonya Robbins. In 2005 with help from tech guru, Brian Aldous, Founding Director, Abby Bender, turned the studio into a convertible black box known as The Aldous Theater. Three years later, with Andrew Dickerson on board, we began to expand and build more rehearsal studios and in 2012, Becky Radway joined the team! 

In 2015 after 15 years in Williamsburg, we moved to our current Greenpoint home with the help of so many friends, donors and funders. Under the leadership of our founding Artistic Director, Abby Bender, and then our co-Artistic Directors, Andy Dickerson and Becky Radway, Triskelion has blossomed into one of Brooklyn’s most valued centers for performing arts. More than 600 original productions have taken place on Triskelion’s stages and its patrons have used countless subsidized rehearsal and class hours. In 2019, we welcomed our new Artistic Director, Rachel Mckinstry.



Rachel Mckinstry: Artistic Director

David Glista: Technical Director

Hannah Wendel: Marketing Director


Andy Dickerson, President

Board of Trustees

Brian Aldous
Mike Allen
Lauri Berritta
Jessica Gaynor
Kim Goss
Jason Leinwand
Caroline Nelson
Donnell Oakley
Natasha Ross


We are grateful for the generous support provided by...

The New York State Council on the Arts

The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs

 We have also received past funding from the 2012 JPMorgan Chase Regrant Program, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), and Douglas Eliiman Real Estate. Coming support is pledged from the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation and the New York State Assembly sponsored by Assemblyman Joseph Lentol.

Special thank you to
Duke’s Liquor Box and Brooklyn Brewery for their support!