House of Yes is a creative collective and nightlife performance space located in Bushwick, Brooklyn, that fuses dance culture, theatre, music, food, technology and community. Now in its third incarnation, the current space is open to the public during events and shows and focuses on programming that offers audience interaction and innovation in circus entertainment. House of Yes uses a variety of mediums to create nightlife-friendly interactive experiences for its patrons and is known for its glitter station, hot tub, open dancing platforms and activity stations that are based on the theme of the particular party. As a theatre and performance art space, the catalogue of shows range from immersive cinema screenings by Little Cinema, variety shows, House and Disco music dance parties, live music and interdisciplinary media productions. The far-reaching goal is "to create art that’s accessible and meaningful and a really good time too".
House of Yes has been referred to as a "truly one- of-a-kind. From the crowd, to the production, to the theatrics, and even the restrooms."On any given night at a show here you might see punk bands and marching bands, aerialists and fire- eaters, deep-house DJs and live body-painters, contemporary burlesque acts and strippers, rowdy comedians and bizarre art installations. House of Yes shows are never for the faint-hearted or easily-offended. They are sexy, loud, raucous, bawdy, rude, daring, graceful, beautiful, hilarious, often at the same time. And audience participation–dancing, singing, partying, making out–is both encouraged and expected