This 12-floor theater is handicapped accessible.
80 Saint Marks Place started as a speakeasy during prohibition, and was converted into a theater in 1965.
Since 2004, Theatre Askew's productions have redefined LGBT theater by using queerness as a metaphor for all who stand on the margins of American society.
Several theater companies including American Place Theatre, Music-Theatre Group, Theatre for a New Audience, the New Group and, currently, the Peccadillo Theater Company, have called Theatre at Saint Clement's home.
Best known for its TKTS Discount Booths that offer tickets to theater and dance in New York City, TDF is a nonprofit organization that aims to make the theater experience available to all.
Founded in 1979 by Jeffrey Horowitz, the Theatre for a New Audience seeks to reanimate the performance and study of Shakespeare and classic drama. The first American presenting organization invited to present a production of Shakespeare at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Theatre for a New Audience performs regular seasons at Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn.
Theatre Rehabilitation for Youth presents socially relevant theatrical productions for young audiences in order to give them the tools to make more informed life choices.
Theatre Row Studios is home to five performances spaces—the Acorn Theatre, the Beckett Theatre, the Clurman Theatre, the Kirk Theatre, the Lion Theatre and the Studio Theatre— which present contemporary theater by a host of companies.