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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
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Theater, Things to Do, Theater & performing arts
Literally Alive Children's Theatre presents a musical twist on the classic holiday tale about a Christmas-hating grouch whose bah-humbug life is transformed by a visit from three Christmas ghosts. Arrive an hour before Sunday morning performances for...
Musicals, Things to Do, Theater & performing arts
Tweens will venture into the woods of 18th-century New York to meet Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman in this creepy new musical based on Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” Ages 10 and up.
Theater, Things to Do
Literally Alive children’s theater presents this bilingual adaptation of Costa Rican folktales uses music and storytelling to celebrate the traditions and culture of the Central American nation. Get to the theater one hour before showtime to make a rain...