Welcome to the Drama League Theater Center
est. May 2013
The Drama League is pleased to officially announce the opening of The Drama League Theater Center, a new, state-of-the-art facility that will bring world-class theater artists, emerging talents, and New York theatergoers together under one roof. The Center is located on the lobby level of the historic former AT&T Building at 32 Avenue of the Americas, in the heart of TriBeCa’s arts district.
The Drama League Theater Center features the Joseph and Lauren Pizza Welcome Center, a full administrative suite, and the Jill and Martin Handelsman Legacy Gallery showcasing Directors Project alumni work on Broadway. However, the focal point of the Center is the Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley Studio Lab, a brand-new laboratory/development space for theater artists to create and hone work for future productions. It will also act as a flexible multi-purpose space for a variety of programming including educational opportunities, audience-focused series and special events. This will allow the Drama League to better serve the entire New York theater community – directors, audience, playwrights and actors. When it officially opens to the public at the end of May, The Drama League Theater Center will offer artist residencies, play readings, open rehearsals, developmental workshops, lectures, classes, seminars, discussions, conferences, theatre-focused social gatherings and more.
Thanks to our generous donors and the creative genius of FXFowle, the architects behind Lincoln Center’s new North Plaza and Alice Tully Hall, we are now able to make an enormous impact on the future of the American theater. The Drama League Theater Center will uniquely serve the heart and soul of New York City. If you with to make a donation to assist with the running of the Theater Center, CLICK HERE or contact Drama League Development Manager Toby Banks at (212) 244-9494 or via email at email@example.com.
To rent the Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley Studio Lab,
email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 212-244-9494 x102 (11am-7pm M-F).