Daryl Roth Theatre
Named after esteemed Broadway producer Daryl Roth, who purchased the building in 1996, the Daryl Roth Theatre offers a seating capacity of 299 seats. The venue can also accommodate up to 499 standing patrons, previously exemplified by the long-running off-Broadway engagement of Fuerza Bruta. The building originally functioned as the Union Square Savings Bank until Roth’s acquisition. It also houses a 99-seat capacity off-off-Broadway house known as the DR2 Theatre (which was added in 2002), as well as a cabaret bar downstairs called The D-Lounge.