Astor Place Theatre

Located in the historic Colonnade Row, the Astor Place Theatre is designed in Greek Revival style and once served as residences for the Astor and Vanderbilt families. Designated a New York City landmark in 1963, the theatre has housed such thrilling productions as The Indian Wants the Bronx, starring Al Pacino and is now home to Blue Man Group, which purchased it in 1991.

434 Lafayette Street  New York, NY 10012

mass transport:
6 to Astor Place
R/W to 8th Street
B, D, F, Q to Broadway-Lafayette

All patrons must be able to physically transfer into a standard theatre seat with the help of a companion as the theatre is unable to provide barrier-free access. Entry into the theatre requires 8 stairs to the lobby and 6 stairs to the orchestra seating area.