The A.R.T./New York Theatres

The lobby of the ART/NY Theatres. A monitor displays information about a show. The righthand wall has several plaques listing prominent donors.

The A.R.T./New York Theatres opened in January 2017 as a way for A.R.T./New York to address the continued struggle for theatre companies to find affordable performance spaces in Manhattan. Our two performance venues have several different seating configurations at various capacities—depending on the layout, the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre can seat up to 87 audience members and the Mezzanine Theatre can seat up to 149. Since opening, the A.R.T./New York Theatres have hosted more than two dozen theatrical productions featuring work from more than 650 artists and welcomed more than 32,000 audience members.

The theatres are modern, highly flexible performance spaces with state-of-the-art lighting, sound, and video equipment to support the diverse artistic disciplines of our member theatres. The flexible seating can be configured for each company’s artistic desires, and the floors are suitable for dance. 

In addition to being LEED Silver, the A.R.T./New York Theatres are fully accessible for audiences, artists, and technical staff alike and feature Wi-Fi equipped lobbies that can be used as special event spaces.

Below please find the many ways that you can experience the A.R.T./New York Theatres. We look forward to seeing you!



See what's currently playing at our theatres.

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Want to produce your next show at the A.R.T./New York Theatres? View our cost breakdown and building amenities here.

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Learn more about the Mezzanine and Jeffrey & Paula Gural Theatre, including ground plans, amenities, technical specs, costs, and more.

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Find everything you need to know about visiting the A.R.T./New York Theatres.

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A.R.T./New York Members with budgets under $1 million may be eligible to apply for reduced rates.

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View our F.A.Q. for more details about the theatres.

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Photo by Michael Moran.