CHERRY LANE THEATRE 38 COMMERCE STREET, NYC
Phone: (212) 989-2020
Fax: (212) 989-2867
DIRECTIONS TO 38 COMMERCE ST
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The 1 train is the most easily accessible to the Cherry Lane Theatre.
Get out at the Christopher Street stop and walk three blocks south on Seventh Avenue to COMMERCE STREET (also called CHERRY LANE, on the West Side of Seventh Avenue). Turn right onto Commerce Street and walk to the end of the street. The theatre will be on your left.
The A, B, C, D, E, F, and V all make stops at West 4th Street on Sixth Avenue, a few blocks east of Seventh Avenue.
The M 20 bus stops at Christopher Street and Seventh Avenue.
When you exit, walk three blocks south on Seventh Avenue to COMMERCE STREET (also called CHERRY LANE, on the West Side of Seventh Avenue). Turn right onto Commerce Street and walk to the end of the street. The theatre will be on your left. Be sure and ask your bus driver if the bus you’re taking stops at Christopher Street.
38 Commerce Street, just off Seventh Avenue.
(If the driver is confused be sure and mention that it is located in the village.)
There are absolutely no places to park in front of the theatre!
There are however several parking facilities nearby:
one block SOUTH of Commerce Street
at Morton Street and Seventh Avenue
on the east side of the street
20 Morton Between Bleecker & 7th Ave. South
396 Hudson Street Parking
On Hudson between King & Houston
BOX OFFICE SCHEDULE
Tuesday: 4- 8pm
Wednesday: 4- 8pm
Thursday: 4- 8pm
Friday: 4 - 8pm
Saturday: 12 - 8pm
Sunday: 1 - 7pm
Student Tickets $25 at Box Office only (with student ID)
Cherry Lane is proud to introduce two of our West Village neighbors to our audiences. Have a wonderful pre- or post-show meal at one of our partner restaurants! Just tell your hostess/server that you’re attending a show at Cherry Lane and that you would like to take advantage of the special theater menu. Read more about each below.
|The building at 50 Commerce Street pulses with history. Depression-era revelers snuck in when it was a speakeasy. As the Blue Mill Tavern, it saw 50 years of change. As Grange Hall, it captured the heart of Greenwich Village as a beloved gathering place. Now, New York Magazine has dubbed Harold Moore one of the “Best Chefs You Haven’t Heard of (Yet),” saying, “At the ripe old age of 35, the grizzled Daniel veteran has raised the bar for brasserie cuisine.” Pre-theatre dinner package of $35.50 Commerce Street, New York, NY 10014 212-524-2301|
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