This colossal former military space, with a 55,000-square-foot drill hall at its core, has made a name for itself in recent years for the prestige, scope (often huuuge), and quirkiness of the shows it has produced and/or brought in from all corners of the globe. They’ve included a theatrical history of Lehman Brothers (after a sold-out run at London’s National Theater), several large pieces by the doyenne of French theater Ariane Mnouchkine, new dance works by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, and dozens of musical recitals. Tickets are not easy to come by, since so many of the performances are bona fide cultural events.