The Minetta Lane Theatre in the heart of Greenwich Village is a charming Off Broadway house that seats 393 patrons (271 seats in orchestra and 122 in the balcony).

    Opening in 1984, the theater has housed critically appraised and successful productions, including Balm in Gilead, Other Peoples Money, Marvin's Room, Eric Bogosian, Gross Indecency: the Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, Jeffrey, Marvin's Room, Cowgirls, The Last Five Years, Cookin, Alan Bennett's Talking Heads, My Name is Rachel Corrie, Adding Machine, A Musical and Garden of Earthly Delights.

    The theater has also been used for film shoots, TV commercials, stand up comedy shows, Broadway rehearsals, corporate seminars, theatrical readings and workshops. Minetta Lane Theatre is owned and operated by Liberty Theatres.