Outside of the Westside Theatre in New York

Westside Theatre Downstairs


The Westside Theatre is an Off-Broadway performance space located in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. Originally established as the Second German Baptist Church in 1889, the building was first used as a theatre in 1973. Under the management of Reno Productions Inc. since 1991, the Westside Theatre has housed many successful, historic productions such as CAGNEY; TURN ME LOOSE; THE ABSOLUTE BRIGHTNESS OF LEONARD PELKEY; SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF; OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES; MY NAME IS ASHER LEV; LOVE LOSS AND WHAT I WORE; and the historic 12-year run of I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE.



407 W 43rd St
New York, NY 10036

Cross Streets: 9th Ave & W 43rd St

Amenities and Accessibility

Lounge that serves drinks and refreshments
The Lobby and Box Office are accessible from the street via a ramp and automated door into the building
Unable to provide assistance where there are steps within the theatre
Wheelchair locations in the rear Orchestra level accessible by lift and must be arranged at least 72 hours prior to any performance
Aisle seats equipped with transfer arms must be arranged at least 72 hours prior to any performance
Unisex wheelchair accessible restroom located at the lobby level
No water fountain
Assistive Listening Devices available upon request