The Lynn F. Angelson Theater is located in New York City’s historic East Village just a short walk from Union Square. The theater features an intimate 196-seat three-quarter thrust stage surrounded by beautiful brick walls and warm wood accents. The backstage features a versatile 12-person dressing room, a small kitchenette, restrooms, shower, and laundry facilities.
CSC’s lobby also doubles as Everyman Espresso.
If you’re interested in renting our space, please fill out our rental questionnaire.
For Media & Film rentals and general site visits, please contact us.
For more information, please see the venue FAQs below or view our Tech Information Packet.
When is the theater available for rental?
Availability varies. Please submit the questionnaire form and we’ll get you specifics as soon as we can.
Who can rent our facilities?
Can I extend our rental if desired?
If the space is available to extend your booking, yes. However, on average we generally book a year in advance.
Do you do single day rentals?
Yes, depending on the logistics of your rental and space availability. Depending on the production and technical logistics, we also sometimes allow a day rental while there is a CSC production in the space.
How many spaces does CSC have?
We have one theater, which has a separate backstage area with seating for 12. We also have a lobby that operates as a coffee shop during the day.
Can I schedule a site visit before committing to a rental?
Yes, we love showing off our beautiful theater! Please email our Facilities Manager at [email protected] with “Rental Site Visit” in the subject line of your email.
Is proof of insurance required?
Yes, proof of insurance is required for all rentals. For rentals over 3 days, Classic Stage Company will also need to be listed as an additional insured. Certificates are due to CSC one-week prior to the start of your rental, at the latest.
What types of productions/events have graced our stage?
Musicals, plays, workshops, photo and film shoots, among others. For a more detailed CSC photo history of productions, please visit our Mission and History page.