Lucille Lortel Theatre
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Time Out says
Fri May 21 2010
Known as the Theatre de Lys until 1981, this historic 299-seater has hosted many landmark premieres in its day, including the legendary 1954 production of Brecht and Weill’s The Threepenny Opera. The Lortel is now the home of MCC Theater most of the year, with family-friendly productions mounted each summer by TheatreworksUSA.
Lucille Lortel Theatre 121 Christopher St
What's on at Lucille Lortel Theatre
- Critics' pick
The extremely likable Paul Rudd and Julianna Margulies perform a one-night benefit reading of Neil LaBute's 2002 drama, in which a married businessman and the boss he's been having an affair with consider a new life on the day after 9/11. Proceeds benefit...
- Rating: 2/5
Reasons to Be Happy. Lucille Lortel Theatre (see Off Broadway). Written and directed by Neil LaBute. With Jenna Fischer, Josh Hamilton. 2hrs 15mins. One intermission. Reasons to Be Happy: plot synopsis Emotional-button pusher Neil LaBute returns to his...