For Audiences

April 30 - December 31, 2021

Sublet Series Booking!

Per state regulations, arts, entertainment, and events venues can reopen at 33% capacity. In order to prepare appropriately for this undertaking, HERE is presently slated to re-open for live performances in September. 

 

However, we are eager to immediately host artists in our spaces for live stream performances, film shoots, and motion picture/television/commercial productions! HERE is a multidisciplinary performance space based in the Hudson Square/Soho area of New York City, with two flexible black-box theatres, and a cafe/lounge. The entire facility is 9000sq feet. 

 

The Mainstage Theatre is a 2,200 sq ft. flexible black-box theatre with a sprung wood floor which measures 46' x 46'. It can seat up to 150 (depending on the configuration of the seating platforms), and usually seats 99. The theatre has a complete lighting package including 92 dimmers and a complete sound system. Suitable for theatre, music, dance, performance, multi-media installations, readings, auditions, meetings, symposiums, presentations, conferences, parties or classes.

 

The Dorothy B. Williams Theatre is a 1,100 sq ft. charming proscenium-style theatre with a 14' x 38' stage. The theatre also has the capability to transform into a flexible black box space. It has a fixed grid, a state-of-the-art lighting package including 75 dimmers and a complete sound system. The theatre has 63 seats and 8 stools. It is also suitable for readings, auditions, meetings, symposiums, conferences, presentations, or classes.

 

Birthplace of The Vagina Monologues, HERE has been a home to artists for over 25 years. Numerous celebrities have performed on HERE's stages including Mindy Kaling, Courtney Love, Leonardo DiCaprio, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Michael Urie, Camryn Manheim, Dylan McDermott, Jimmy Simpson, Brian Selznick, and Marisa Tomei.

 

NOW BOOKING. FOR INQUIRIES PLEASE EMAIL: [email protected]


Visit HERE.ORG for more information.

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