A very nice quaint theater in the heart of Greenwich Village With a long history dating back to 1924. F. Scott Fitzgerald, T.S. Eliot, Gertrude Stein and others have been on this stage.
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We have been here several times, most recently to see Horton Foote's A Traveling Lady. There are no bad seats and the acting and production are first rate. Tickets can be purchased through TKTS, which can mean substantial savings. Afterwards slip down the block to...More
I just saw The Traveling Lady and it was extraordinary. The theater is small, the staff very polite, the only drawback is it's a good walk from the train station and I easily get lost in the village.
We were going to see Shades, a play that we had heard about through social media and it was being shown in this theatre. We loved it! The theatre was in one of the most picturesque parts of New York with really nice restaurants near...More
Saw Crashlight (which was so good that I'm told very performance sold out and another was added toward the end of the run) and loved it. The theatre itself was a much appreciated blend of historical and still very comfortable. Would see other shows there...More
My sisters and I needed a night on the town which began with a visit to our favorite theater, Cherry Lane Theatre, to see "Out of the Mouth of Babes". What a great show! The 4 women were fantastic and they had us laughing as...More
See theater up close and personal. Take a break for the big B'way shows and treat yourself to something a bit more intimate. I've been here a few times and caught an very well written, acted and thought provoking play, Exit Strategy yesterday. In addition...More
After a fairly unpleasant Broadway experience (not the show itself just dealing with midtown and rude staff) this was a breath of fresh air... It is an adorable small Theatre tucked away on a lovely corner of West village. The production quality is excellent and...More
We saw "Oh Hello" at Cherry Lane Theatre and it was a fabulous venue. It was small and intimate with a great stage, lighting and sound. The chairs were comfortable and I didn't feel squished. The Theatre is tucked away on a side street in...More