New York

Lucille Lortel Theatre

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299 capacity
The Lucille Lortel Theatre in New York is a historic off-Broadway venue in the West Village known for unique productions. It can be reached by various subway and bus lines.

Lucille Lortel Theatre location and directions

Lucille Lortel Theatre

121 Christopher Street, New York, NY, USA, 10014


Special access restroom, infrared listening system, wheelchair and ramp access

About Lucille Lortel Theatre

The Lucille Lortel Theatre, located in the heart of New York City's West Village, serves as an outstanding venue for off-Broadway productions. Originally built in 1926 as a film studio, it was transformed into an 18th-century style theatre in 1955 by Lucille Lortel. It seats comfortably 299 people. The theatre has hosted a wide variety of dramatic and musical productions, contributing significantly to New York's rich theatrical history. The mission of the venue today is to innovate, provoke, and reimagine what theatre can be, music to the ears of many theatre aficionados. The Lortel presents new, original productions along with classics of the stage. The excellent acoustics, unique intimacy, and the charm of the neighborhood truly make for a unique experience. The theatre is also home to the annual Lucille Lortel Awards, which recognize excellence in off-Broadway theatre.

How to Get There: The Lucille Lortel Theatre is conveniently located at 121 Christopher Street. It's easily accessible by subway, the nearest stop is Christopher Street on the 1 Line. Also, the A, C, E, B, D, F, and M trains stop at West 4th Street, a short walk away. There are also numerous bus lines. For those driving, there are public parking lots nearby. Please remember to check the MTA for any route changes due to maintenance or construction.

Lucille Lortel Theatre seating plan

Lucille Lortel Theatre seating plan
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