Events at St. Luke's Theatre

308 West 46th Street New York, NY

The St. Luke's Theatre is located in the heart of the Theatre District in New York City. It is a state-of-the-art facility that has been renovated and designed specifically for the performing arts. The St. Luke's Theatre offers a variety of programming, including Broadway shows, concerts, comedy, and family entertainment. The Theatre’s mission is to present the highest quality live theatre and to provide affordable arts education and outreach programs to the community. The theater seats 174 in a proscenium theater. It is owned and operated by the Edmund Gaynes and West End Artists Company. The theater has a thrust stage and a large, flexible performing space. It was the first theater to be built in the Lincoln Center complex.

St. Luke's Theatre is intimate venue offers a unique and exciting theatrical experience that you won't find anywhere else. The productions are always fresh and exciting, and talented cast and crew are dedicated to providing a quality theatrical experience for all of guests. St. Luke’s Theatre is home to a variety of professional theatre companies, including the New York Theatre Workshop, the Drama Desk Award-winning Atlantic Theatre Company, and the critically acclaimed Keen Company. The theatre also hosts a variety of special events, including concerts, readings, and comedy shows.

Since 1990s, St. Luke's Theatre has been one of the most prestigious theaters in New York City. Many famous actors and actresses have graced its stage, including Helen Hayes, John Gielgud, and Ingrid Bergman. Today, St. Luke's is home to some of the best Off-Broadway productions in the city. Come see a show at this historic theater and experience the magic of live theater.

There is no one culture in New York City. It’s a melting pot of races, religions, and nationalities. You can find everything here, from the most traditional Indian food to the trendiest new restaurant.New York City is also a center for the arts. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the largest art museums in the world. And Broadway is home to some of the most famous theater productions in the world. No matter what your interests are, you can find something to do in New York City. There are concerts, theater productions, and sporting events happening all the time.There are dozens of theatres in Manhattan alone, so you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for you. The Theatre District is home to some of the most famous venues in the world, while off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway theatres offer more intimate experiences.

There are more than 250 Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway theatres in New York City, presenting a dazzling variety of plays, musicals, operas, and dance performances. Many of these theatres are located in the heart of the Theatre District, in the blocks between West 40th and West 54th Streets, and between Sixth and Eighth Avenues. Off-Broadway theatres are generally smaller than Broadway theatres, and Off-Off-Broadway theatres are even smaller. This allows for more creative and experimental productions, which is why Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway theatres are often the breeding grounds for new works by playwrights, composer.

Not sure what show to see? Check out our list of the top theatre things to do in New York City, based on our personal experiences and reviews from other theatre-goers.

  1. See a Broadway show

Broadway is the heart of New York City’s theatre scene, and there’s always something great playing. Musicals are the most popular, but don’t forget about the great plays. While everyone else around you is taking pictures of the marquee, you can focus on enjoying a night at the theatre.

  1. See a show on Broadway, then grab a drink

Broadway shows tend to start a few hours later than off-Broadway shows, but they end around the same time. So, if you want to grab a drink after the show, be sure to check out the bar scene in the area surrounding the theatre district.

  1. Take in a show at the Public Theater

The Public Theater is a small theatre that produces some of the best original works and the hottest up-and-coming directors and actors.

  1. See a play

Take a break from the big musicals and go see a play. There are hundreds of excellent plays being produced around New York City, and it’s a great way to see some incredible work without having to sit through an hour and a half of singing.
No matter what your taste in theatre, you're sure to find something to enjoy in New York City. From classic Broadway shows to cutting-edge contemporary productions, there's something for everyone.