Theatre at St. Clement's
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Time Out says
Tue Sep 28 2010
In 1962, the reverend of St. Clement’s Episcopal Church entered into a rather unusual union of theater and religion that still holds tight today. Modeled after the guild chapels of 16th-century England, this 151-seat Off-Broadway house—which has been home to world premieres like Mamet’s American Buffalo, and companies like the New Group and Red Bull Theatre—still holds regular religious services. On Sundays, an altar is placed on the set of whatever production is currently running, and worship is conducted.
Theatre at St. Clement's 423 W 46th St
What's on at Theatre at St. Clement's
- Special offer
Joe Calarco directs a new, five-person stage version—adapted by Patrick Barlow, who also distilled The 39 Steps—of Charles Dickens's beloved holiday ghost story. Discounted tickets are available through Time Out Offers until December 7, 2013.