Manhattan Theatre Club
Time Out says
Posted: Fri Mar 19 2010
One of the city’s most important not-for-profit companies, Manhattan Theatre Club spent decades as an Off Broadway outfit before moving into the 622-seat Samuel J. Friedman Theater in 2003. But it still maintains a 299-seat pied-à-terre at New York City Center, where it presents some of its best material–such as Lynn Nottage’s 2009 Pulitzer Prize winner, Ruined. Sign up for the free 30 Under 30 Club to get tickets at both theaters for $30.
Manhattan Theatre Club 131 W 55th St
What's on at Manhattan Theatre Club
In Sharyn Rothstein's new play, Vyto Ruginis and the great Deirdre O'Connell play a Staten Island couple battling to rebuild their neighborhood and family after Superstorm Sandy. Hal Brooks directs a production codeveloped by Manhattan Theatre Club and...