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The Secret Theatre

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The Secret Theatre

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4402 23rd St, Long Island City, NY 11101-5000
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Court Square – 23rd StNew York City Subway3 min
Court SquareNew York City Subway3 min
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Avoid the hassle of waiting to enter New York City’s Museum of Modern Art with this convenient skip-the-line ticket that grants you entrance on arrival. It’s not surprise that MoMA is an incredibly popular attraction. With artists like Andy Warhol, Vincent van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, Cindy Sherman and many more, the queue can be backlogged for hours. But with your handy skip-the-line ticket, you’ll glide right past it and head straight to the good stuff. Plus, your ticket includes admission to MoMA PS1, the contemporary art center in Long Island City.
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585MCR wrote a review Mar 2018
Rochester33 contributions17 helpful votes
Visiting the Secret Theatre made me feel like complete NYC insider! Getting there was easy, quick, comfortable and safe, but had an edgy, urban vibe. A quick 7 train ride from Grand Central Station, a 4 minute walk under the elevated tracks and we were there. The Secret is tucked away behind a tall, chain link fence and through what feels like a small loading dock. We saw an outstanding production of Macbeth in the intimate setting of a black box theater. We had refreshments during intermission, and found that the lobby area is pretty tight and can't accommodate many people, so most stayed in the theatre. Walking back to the train we stopped at a little divey pub with a good kitchen that had a terrific beer selection for my husband, and poured me a lovely Sauvignon Blanc. It was such a great night! The Secret theatre is also affordable. For little more than it costs to go to the movies we enjoyed a night of great professional theater, and a real New York experience. This is a secret worth sharing.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Stephen O wrote a review Apr 2017
Woodside, New York30 contributions8 helpful votes
New talent has an outlet here- see a comedy show, a reimagining of a Shakespeare play, or some faithfully done Arthur Miller; attend a One Act Play Festival; you can satisfy that theatre itch without scratching in the city! Definitely worth a trip. Go!
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Bernardo F wrote a review Sep 2016
New York City, New York15,975 contributions1,357 helpful votes
The venue is a nice small intimate theater. Get there early so you can get Center seats instead of the left or right side which don't give you such a great view. The place is clean. There's a bar in the front. With drinks and snacks.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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MethuselahSeven wrote a review Jul 2016
Maywood, New Jersey105 contributions26 helpful votes
I simply adore tiny venues. We were in the front row and several times during the show I had to pull my feet back to avoid the actors' feet. We were right in the middle of the action! We were there to see our friend Timothy Fisher in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The show was such fun and afterwards, there was a cookout with cast and audience. Bonus: There are three restaurants on the same block for after show eats. :-)
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Antoinette S wrote a review May 2016
Long Island City, New York64 contributions25 helpful votes
Went recently to a performance. The theater is small, but adequate for the number of patrons. The actors try hard and are good. An inexpensive way to spend an enjoyable evening near home.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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