259 Soho Playhouse Tips
- Casual 4
- Take public transit 2
Very small theater. Get there a little earlier than needed if you want specific seats.
The weather was Rainy. I wore Sweater, scarf, raincoat, umbrella..
I caught the subway from Penn Station . . . the E or C drops you off very close to the venue . . . at the Spring Street stop take the Vandam St exit . . . once you’re at street level you’ll see the Soho Playhouse literally across the street . . .
Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
I wore Casual theater. .
We jumped on the C train afterwards and went up to 42nd Street to eat at Chez Josephine. :) Best to make a reservation.
Theatre seats are uncomfortably small- and I’m a small person! Anyone with any length of leg at all NEEDS an aisle seat. I bought another pair of tixs because it’s a MUST-SEE. But I paid full price at the theater’s website to be able to pick my husband’s aisle seat.
Josephine: A Burlesque Cabaret Dream Play
C, E trains right in front of theater. Venue located in heart of Soho with great eateries nearby.
Essen, on the corner, was a nice self serve place with a huge variety of foods, all available for takeout or to go upstairs with to sit at tables.
Super easy commute from NJ. Take bus into port authority. Hop tge E train down tow to Spring street and the theater is practically around the corner.
I wore It was very cold. Dress was mainly casual. I wore a warm coat, boots sweater and slacks..
Bill W. and Dr. Bob
Best to est prior to going to event. No stores or eatery to get something. I did see full service restaurants.
Bill W. and Dr. Bob
The theatre is conveniently located a block away from the Spring Street subway station.
I wore It's chilly in the small, but cozy theatre..
The theater has a small bar downstairs for beverages while you wait for seating. If you are tall make sure you get an aisle seat for leg room. Inside seats are too close.
Small theater. Show was sold out. Look for June showing and get your tickets early.