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Theatre Row

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Acorn (199), Beckett (99), Clurman (99), Kirk (99), Lion (88) and Studio (55) capacity
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Theatre Row location and directions

Theatre Row

410 West 42nd Street (between 9th and Dyer Avenue), New York, NY, USA, 10036

About Theatre Row

The Theatre Row building houses six small theatres. Theatre Three, formerly the Acorn Theatre, is the largest with a capacity of 199 seats. Theatre Two (formerly the Kirk Theatre, named after Manhattan Plaza developer Rodney Kirk), Theatre Four (formerly the Beckett Theatre, named after acclaimed playwright Samuel Beckett), and Theatre Five (formerly the Clurman Theatre, named after Henry Clurman), each have a capacity of 99 seats.

The complex also contains two smaller venues: Theatre One (formerly the Lion Theatre, named after former residents The Lion Theatre Company), which holds 88 seats, and the Studio Theatre, with a 55-seat capacity.

Theatre Row is home to a small variety of Off-Broadway production companies including The Keen Company, TACT (The Actors Company Theatre), and The Mint Theater Company.

Theatre Row is also the name of the block the building sits on, that of 42nd Street between Ninth and 10th Avenues. It was so named because of the plethora of theatres that line the street. Playwrights Horizons, the Pershing Square Signature Center, and Stage 42 all neighbor the Theatre Row building.

How to get to Theatre Row off Broadway

Theatre Row is closest to the 42nd St. - Port Authority subway stop on the A, C, and E lines. The closest bus stop is 9th Av./W 42nd St. on the M11 line.

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