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First time actually seeing a show in this small but cozy off Broadway theater. Two levels, stadium seating, plenty of leg room, and good show too. Anything Matthew Broderick stars in you can't go wrong.
We've seen a few productions here within the last few years, The Seafarer being the latest. Not as tiny as the Classic Stage Company, buy very well laid out and much more comfortable. Any seat within the 1st 1-8 rows would be ideal - avoid...More
This terrific little theater is a gem! There isn't a bad seat in any of the performance spaces and the caliber of artistry is top notch! The price for attending a performance won't break the bank, either. You can actually afford to dine out before/after...More
This Chelsea area theatre is terrific and for this performance, we were in the smaller of the two theatre areas. One of our guests had just had knee surgery and "Ed" took her to the seat without having to go downstairs. All seats have good...More
Lovely comfortable theater space and they have really good performances. Just saw Woody Sez, which I would recommend. This space is great for New Yorkers, but also for tourists who want to experience another part of New York City, as well as a more moderately...More
This was the second time I have been to the theater. This time we were downstairs in a very small & intimate performance space which fit the production nicely. The only drawback was that there was a performance upstairs in the larger theater as well...More
Home to hundreds of art galleries, beautiful brownstones, and one of New York’s newest and most popular attractions, Chelsea is one of the city’s jewels when it comes to neighborhood life. The contemporary art scene is an integral part of the neighborhood’s identity, with gallery openings almost every night of the week and countless exhibits to explore. As a longtime hub of gay culture in New York
City, it’s also a diverse district with a vibrant nightlife scene. The opening of the High Line, an abandoned elevated train track transformed into a world-class pedestrian park, gave this neighborhood new life as a tourist destination. The High Line provides visitors with a tranquil, elevated space with incomparable views, providing an unparalleled way to experience the city.