The Minetta Lane Theatre, located in the Greenwich Village area of Lower Manhattan, opened in 1984. The intimate space offers both an orchestra and a balcony, with a seating capacity of 391.
The venue is operated by Liberty Theatres, who also owns and operates the Orpheum Theatre. From 1994 to 2023, that venue was home to the Off-Broadway hit Stomp.
Audible Theater, which stages plays and later records them as audio dramas, puts up its shows at the Minetta Lane. TV and film shoots, stand-up comedy shows, and Broadway workshops often take place at the Minetta Lane Theatre.
The Minetta Lane Theatre is nearest to the W 4th St. - Washington Square subway stop on the A, C, E, B, D, F, and M lines. The closest bus stop is 6 Av./W 3 St. on the M55 line.
Popular restaurants near the Minetta Lane Theatre include Jack's Wife Freda (Mediterranean), John's of Bleecker Street (pizza), Tacombi (Mexican), and Silver Apricot (American/Chinese).