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Rent the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre
Friday, December 08, 2017 12:00 AM

Rent the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre

Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre, Stage
Photo: Jeannely Lopez 

Looking for a last minute rehearsal and/or presentation space​​?
You're in luck! The A.R.T./New York Theatres is now offering affordable rental packages for hourly and full-day rehearsals, and half-day and full-day presentations in the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre from February 1-25. ​​


The Gural is a flexible black box space that measures approximately 34’ by 32’ and features a semi-sprung Masonite floor and a full ceiling grid at a height of 13’-8 1/2”.


Amenities include:

  • Two dressing rooms.
    Outfitted with shared restroom and shower, call board, mini-fridge, and microwave.
  • WiFi available throughout the space.
  • A limited number of folding tables and chairs are available.
  • Fully ADA accessible, including the booth and dressing rooms.


Download Available Rental Packages » 


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Interested? Please email us at [email protected] with your rental package request and possible dates.


Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre, Proscenium Layout
Photo: Jeannely Lopez 

Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre Lobby
Photo: Kendra Ramthun

Available Rehearsal Studios: Spaces at 520
Friday, December 08, 2017 12:00 AM


Last updated Wednesday, January 24, 2018.
Please email [email protected] or call (212) 594-0422 for most up-to-date studio availability.


For rental rates and studio amenities,
please visit

Sunday 1/28

Studio D 5pm-10pm
Bruce Mitchell Room 5pm-10pm


Monday 1/29

Studio B 9am-6pm
Studio C 9am-6pm
Studio D


Tuesday 1/30

Studio D 9am-6:30pm
Bruce Mitchell Room 9am-7pm

Wednesday 1/31

Studio D 9am-6pm

Thursday 1/25

Studio C 2pm-6pm
Studio D 3:30pm-7pm


Friday 1/26

Studio C 9am-3pm
Studio D 9am-1pm


A Message from the Executive Director
Friday, December 08, 2017 12:00 AM

A Message from the executive director

I have been giving a lot of thought to the power of theatre these days.

At a time when our country feels polarized and the challenges of the world seem overwhelming, theatre gives us something we deeply need and crave: connectivity.

There is nothing more powerful than sitting in the dark and watching a story come to life. When Arnold, in Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song Trilogy at Second Stage, asks his mother to “put herself in his shoes and imagine a world where you never see your lifestyle depicted in the media,” the mother in me took that short and painful journey. I’ve taken these journeys dozens of times with our member companies. At Lynn Nottage’s Sweat at The Public, I came to better understand the anger American factory workers feel at the country they believe abandoned them. In Eddie Cardona Jr.’s Bamboo in Bushwick at Working Theater, I experienced the stress of lifelong Bushwick residents whose rising rents were forcing them out of the neighborhood they love.

This is why, when I think about the theatre, I feel so grateful to you for giving to A.R.T./New York. Your continued support makes it possible for us to provide grants, loans, training, and affordable office, rehearsal and performance spaces to our artists.

You’ve helped transform A.R.T./New York from an organization that started in 1972 serving 42 theatres, into a $4 million powerhouse that operates on three campuses, including the A.R.T./New York Theatres on West 53rd Street. Thanks to you, our membership has grown to 380 (20 more since we printed the enclosed brochure) as young people continue moving to our great city to create theatre.

No other organization provides the depth and breadth of services we do. It is critical that as we grow, the frequency and quality of our programs continues to meet the growing needs of thousands of artists. That is why I am asking you to contribute to A.R.T./New York today.


With many thanks and warm wishes for the Holidays,



Ginny Louloudes

Executive Director 






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