Public Theater
425 Lafayette St., New York, NY ‎
(212) 260-2400
Broadway – Lafayette Street

Public Theater

This is an average Price; it changes according to each event. Public Theater is an organization founded as the Shakespeare Workshop in 1954 with the intention to make the works of the playwrights and artists, is located in the 425 Lafayette Street in the former Astor Library in the East Village section of Manhattan. In addition to the five theaters - the Shiva, the Martinson, the LuEsther Hall, Anspacher and Newman - the site is the home of Joe Pub, a cabaret style environment used for a new job, musical performances, artists of the spoken word and soloists. The public also operates the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, where it is Shakespeare in the Park, one of the most beloved traditions of summer in the city of New York. In addition, each season of the theatrical productions to large-scale, also produces a number of different series, festivals and programs each year. This theater is a great place to see a live show, is small in size, so you can see and hear very well from anywhere, on the other side of the entrance hall of the main theater there is a large room where we can go before and after the show, sometimes there is a band and service in the bar, although you should confirm that day and time the event is offered. There are also interesting films that are not in chains of theater, is also an intimate place to attend performances stand-up. The Public Theater changes their productions almost monthly and serves as the home of the group of emerging writers who are looking to reach out to the public in the early stages of his career.