This wide-staged 199-seat venue is the largest space in the Theatre Row complex. It is home to the New Group for much of the year.
|Venue name:||Acorn Theatre (at Theatre Row)|
410 W 42nd St
|Cross street:||between Ninth and Tenth Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St–Port Authority|
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Theater review by Helen Shaw [Note: The production returns for an encore run at Theatre Row in June, 2019, with Kevin Isola assuming the role of Vanya.] Despite the lack of a samovar and wistful-looking birches, Aaron Posner’s engaging Life Sucks.—the...Comedy Until Sunday September 1 2019
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The Acorn Theatre, a venue mostly reserved for "Off-Broadway" shows and plays, offers an intimate and casual theatre experience in the heart of NYC. The theatre consists of various floors, with the box office on the ground floor and a bar/lounge on the second floor. Most of their rooms are fairly small and compact, so you get a good view regardless of where you're sitting. Due to the set up, the shows feel a lot more personable and intimate. Definitely a recommended theatre-viewing experience!