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Vineyard Theatre

Website http://www.vineyardtheatre.org

Address

108 E 15th St
New York, NY 10003

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Vineyard Theatre

Public Transportation

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By Subway:

N, R, W, Q, 4, 5, 6, or L train to 14th St/Union Square

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By Bus:

M14A, 14D

Accessibility:

Wheelchair Info

Wheelchair Info

Eight locations: (seats number 3 to 10 in orchestra). (1st lower level). Transfer optional.

Seating

Seating

Seating area on 1st lower level. Stage and additional seating on 2nd lower level. Childrens theater presentations. Seats 119.

Elevator\Escalator

Elevator\Escalator

Elevator: Attended. Accesses 1st and 2nd lower levels. Patron must call ahead to make arrangements to use. Room for one person using wheelchair with companion.

Passenger Loading Zone

Passenger Loading Zone

None.

Parking

Parking

Valet parking lot: 14th St.& 4th Ave. No reserved spaces. Garage: East 15th St. No reserved spaces. Vertical clearance: 89". SVI Permit.

Curb Ramps

Curb Ramps

Along Irving Place.

Entrance

Entrance

Ground level. Door 34".

Box Office

Box Office

Lobby. Counter 43.75".

Restroom

Restroom

Womens: 1st lower level. Door 33". Stall door 30.5". Commode 19". Grab bars.Mens: 1st lower level. Door 33". Stall door (34", opens inward). Commode 19". Grab bars.

Water Fountain

Water Fountain

1st lower level. Spout 37".

Telephone

Telephone

1st lower level. Coin slot 55". Cord 30". Volume control.

Assisted Listening System

Assisted Listening System

Scripts available.

Visual Assistance

Visual Assistance

None.

Directions Subway

Directions Subway

N, R, W, Q, 4, 5, 6, or L train to 14th St/Union Square

Directions Bus

Directions Bus

M14A, 14D

Theater Description:

Vineyard Theatre is a non-profit theatre company dedicated to new work, bold programming, and the support of artists. One of America’s preeminent centers for the creation of new plays and musicals, Vineyard Theatre has consistently premiered provocative, groundbreaking works by both new and established writers.

From our Tony Award-winning AVENUE Q, Obie Award-winning [title of show], Kander and Ebb’s THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS (12 Tony nominations), and Nicky Silver’s THE LYONS—which all went on to Broadway runs—to our Pulitzer Prize-winning plays HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE by Paula Vogel and THREE TALL WOMEN by Edward Albee, to such notable projects as Tarell Alvin McCraney’s WIG OUT!, Nicky Silver’s PTERODACTYLS, Becky Mode’s FULLY COMMITTED, Craig Lucas’ THE DYING GAUL, Polly Pen’s GOBLIN MARKET, Christopher Shinn’s WHERE DO WE LIVE, Cornelius Eady’s BRUTAL IMAGINATION, Gina Gionfriddo’s AFTER ASHLEY, the Laura Nyro musical ELI’S COMIN’, Anne Washburn’s THE INTERNATIONALIST, Julia Cho’s THE PIANO TEACHER, Ben Katchor and Mark Mulcahy’s THE SLUG BEARERS OF KAYROL ISLAND, Jenny Schwartz’s GOD’S EAR, and more recent acclaimed productions of The Civilians’ THIS BEAUTIFUL CITY, Colman Domingo’s A BOY AND HIS SOUL, Adam Rapp’s THE METAL CHILDREN, Will Eno’s MIDDLETOWN, and Hunter Bell, Susan Blackwell and Jeff Bowen’s NOW.HERE.THIS., we strive to produce new work that challenges both our audiences and artists. Works premiered at The Vineyard have garnered two Pulitzer Prizes, three Tony Awards, and numerous OBIE, Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics, and New York Drama Critics Circle Awards.

It is our goal to bring a spirit of adventure and risk to the art of making theatre, and we’re proud to be the recipient of special OBIE, Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel Awards for Sustained Excellence.

What's Playing:

Invasive Species