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I went to a production of Thom Pain starring Michael C. Hall while the wife and kids hung out at Macy's. About the theatre center: it was a very nice set up. I believe there are three stages there, and it was very well organized....More
We were so impressed with the high calibre of professionalism and pleasantries of the staff, as well as the wonderful open layout and amenities of The Signature Theatre. We weren’t sure to expect, but we will certainly be back! We went to see “Be More...More
My daughter wanted to see this play so badly that she "cashed in" her graduation gifts 4 years early to get enough money to make the trip. I attended with her since she is only 14. The theater is small enough that there are no...More
Saw Be More Chill here and there were no bad seats! You felt as though you were a part of the show since the stage is close to everyone. My teens loved that the cast took the time to sign everyone's Playbook after the show.
This is one of the best off-Broadway venues I've been to!! It's very new and clean, with a great little bookstore and a cafe. (Also, the bathrooms are huge, meaning there's almost no line at intermission!!) The house is small and intimate, and the view...More
The Signature Theatre is one of my favorites of the Off Broadway theatre venues. One of the newer theater venues built in 2012, it is very clean, comfortable, with great stadium seating. Every single seat has good views. The venue is well organized and staff/...More
What a great theater going experience. There are several theaters with shows going simultaneously. The theater where I saw an excellent Paradise Blue was small, intimate, at least it felt that way. There is also good food and drinks served in the communal space plus...More
Whilst we enjoy New York theatre regularly, this was our first visit to this Centre, and in particular the Griffin Stage. Excellent sight lines, comfortable seating and close viewing. The whole complex is impressively vibrant and with various stages in use the buzz was almost...More
Last night we went to see David Rabe’s play, Good For Otto. We paid $130 for “premium seats”. We sat in the second row center with room to spare for our knees( my wife and I are pretty talk). The person sitting next to me...More
Really nice off-Broadway facility has a couple shows going at the same time. There's a nice sized area serving food and drinks with a small bar. Went to see Jerry Springer - The Opera, which was entertaining and funny. We sat on the second level,...More