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Time Out says
Thu May 3 2012
This 248-seat theater on MacDougal Street is one of the few spaces remaining in the West Village proper. Built in 1907, it has been home to some camp classics (like An Evening with Quentin Crisp), but now it has become one of the less comfortable rental spaces, despite its pedigree and long tenure in the neighborhood. It also includes a microscopic space (the Players Loft) and Cafe Wha?, a fixture since the '60s.
Players Theatre 115 MacDougal St
What's on at Players Theatre
Musicals, Things to Do, Revival
Childrens’ theater company Literally Alive’s iteration of the classic fairy tale incorporates live music as well as a pre-show art workshop (one hour before the show) where cast members join kids to let them in on some theatre secrets and make a magic...
Theater, Things to Do
The New York Children’s Theater Festival showcases new creative plays and musicals for kids. Among this year's featured productions will be The Sock Who Lost His Mate (Apr 24–26), Sue Ology & the (Possibly) Haunted House (May 1–3), Help Save the Monkey!...