Lucille Lortel Theatre
121 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
To purchase tickets, please call (212) 352-3101, or visit
the Box Office at 121 Christopher Street (hours vary).
The Lucille Lortel Theatre has a flexible seating capacity. Click
for a seating chart of The Lucille Lortel
Theatre in its 198-seat configuration, or
for a seating chart of The Lucille Lortel Theatre
in its 299-seat configuration.
Directions to the Theatre
From the east side, take the FDR to Houston Street. Take Houston Street
west to the Avenue of the Americas. Take the right fork in the road onto
Bedford Street. Bedford Street dead ends into Christopher Street at the
Lucille Lortel Theatre.
From the west side, take Seventh Avenue to Christopher Street. Make a
right on Christopher Street. The Theatre is one and a half blocks down
on the right side of the street between Bleecker and Hudson Streets.
Take the number
train to Christopher Street. Walk west one and a half
blocks down the street. The Theatre is between Bleecker and Hudson
Alternatively, take the
train to the West 4th/Washington
Square stop. Walk north up Avenue of the Americas. Turn left on
Waverly Place and then left on Stonewall Place, which turns into
Christopher Street after crossing over Seventh Avenue. Walk one and a
half blocks down Christopher Street to the Lucille Lortel Theatre.
Take the M8 bus, which runs east to west along 9th Street (which turns
into Christopher Street). The bus stops just after the Theatre on
Christopher Street and Hudson Street.
The Theatre recommends Apple West 11th Street Garage at 332
West 11th Street between Greenwich and Washington Streets
Services Provided by the Theatre
Restrooms are located on the Mezzanine level (second floor)
for ticketed patrons only. Restrooms are accessible when
the house opens, approximately one half-hour before the
performance is scheduled to begin.
The theatre provides a special-access restroom on the first
floor for patrons with handicaps or disabilities. Patrons
must see the House Manager for access.
A water fountain is located on the Mezzanine level.
Infrared Listening System
The theatre is equipped with the Infrared Listening System
designed by Sennheiser and used in most Broadway and Off-Broadway
theatres. Listening devices are provided at no charge.
Identification (driver's license, major credit card, passport,
etc.) is required as a deposit.
The Theatre provides space for patrons who wish to stay in
their wheelchairs for the performance.
Ramp for Wheelchairs and Motorized Chairs
Ramp entrance to the first floor of the theatre is accessible
for wheelchairs and motorized chairs. Patrons must see the
House Manager for access.
Lost & Found
The theatre provides a lost & found service. Patrons can call
the theatre office at 212-924-2817 x207 if an item is lost.
Services NOT Provided by the Theatre
Coat and Bag Check
The theatre does not provide a coat or bag check service.
The theatre is not responsible for luggage, packages, strollers,
or any other items brought to the performance by patrons.
There is no pay phone in the theatre. The closest public pay
phone is located outside the theatre on the corner of
Christopher and Hudson streets.