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The Lucille Lortel Theatre
121 Christopher St
New York, NY 10014
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231 W 29th St #303
New York, NY 10001    
T: (212) 727-7722

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Subscriber Guide
Download the complete subscriber guide here.

How to Book Your Tickets
Subscribers will receive an email and/or mail notification when the Priority Booking window has begun. Subscribers have access to seats before they go on sale to the general public. If you want to sit with friends who are also Subscribers, please call the number below to place the reservations at the same time.

  • Booking By Phone
    Call OvationTix at (212) 352-3101
  • Booking Online (The Easiest Way to Book – No Wait!)
    Go to mcctheater.org/book
    To log in, you will use your email address. If it’s your first time logging in, or if you’ve forgotten your password, simply click “I don’t know my password” to create a new one. Please call OvationTix if you have any issues logging in.

Getting Your Tickets
Subscribers can choose how they would like to receive their tickets:

  • E-Ticket
    When you choose e-ticket, your tickets will be emailed to you. You can print them at home to bring with you, or you may show the barcode on your mobile device to the ushers when you arrive.
  • Will Call
    Choose this option if you want to pick up your tickets at The Lucille Lortel Theatre box office. (Please Note: There is a $1 Lortel ticket printing fee per order.)

Rescheduling/Confirming Your Booking
If you need to confirm or change your booking, please call OvationTix. As a Subscriber, you have unlimited no-fee ticket exchanges up to 24 hours before your booked performance.**
All ticket exchanges will be accommodated based on availability.

You will receive an updated subscriber handbook later this year with information on planning your visit to our new home in Hell’s Kitchen, The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space which houses The Newman Mills Theater and The Susan & Ronald Frankel Theater. As a subscriber, you’ll be among the first to experience the brand new complex at opening events beginning in November with productions beginning in early 2019.

121 Christopher St. (bet. Bleecker and Hudson)

  • By Subway
    1 to Christopher St.
    Walk 1 ½ blocks west on Christopher St. to the theater.

    A, C, E, B, D, F, M to West 4th St.
    Walk north on Ave. of the Americas (6th Ave.)
    Turn left on Waverly Pl., and left on Stonewall Pl.
    Stonewall Pl. turns into Christopher St. after crossing 7th Ave.
    Walk 1 ½ blocks west on Christopher St to the theater.
  • By Car
    From the East, take the FDR Dr. to Houston St.
    Drive west on Houston St. to Ave. of the Americas (6th Ave.)
    Take the right fork onto Bedford St., which dead ends into Christopher St. at the theater.
    From the East, take 7th Ave. to Christopher St.
    Drive west on Christopher St. 1 ½ blocks to the theater.

Parking Near the Lortel
Apple West 11th St. Garage (212) 741-9079
322 West 11th St. (bet. Greenwich and Washington)
Present your ticket stub and receive $5 off.

Late Seating
Late seating is at the discretion of the Lortel staff. To avoid disruption of the performance, latecomers may be asked to wait for an appropriate break or intermission to enter the theatre, and could be seated in a location near the back of the house.

The Lortel Theatre is wheelchair accessible, with a restroom located on the ground floor. A limited number of accessible seats are available for each performance. If you have specific needs, please inform MCC before booking your tickets. Assisted Listening Devices are available in the lobby. If you have any questions, please contact Audience Services at (212) 727-7722 ext. 224 or audienceservices@mcctheater.org.

Two kinds of post-show discussions are held following select performances. Talkbacks allow audiences to learn more about the work from members of the cast and creative team. These moderated discussions with the artists that bring the work to life are a chance for audiences to discuss the piece with the people who create and perform it.

Audience Conversations
Audience Conversations create an opportunity for members of our audience to share their thoughts on the work just after they’ve seen it. Through a moderated discussion with a member of the MCC staff, these moments further MCC’s mission of provoking conversations that have never happened and otherwise never would.

(212) 352-3101
Toll free 866-811-4111

Audience Services
(212) 727-7722 ext. 224

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