121 The Union Square Theatre- New York City Tips
- Casual 4
- Take public transit 1
- Parking is scarce 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
The weather was rainy on this particular day..may not be for others.. I wore a blouse and black jeans and boots. The temp inside is comfortable..
If you don't want to be called on to be part of the show, sit in the section closest to the entrance. Very back seats are excellent b/c it is elevated and you get a full view of the stage. They also have a concession stand with popcorn and drinks at very reasonable costs that you can eat during the show.
It's set up in the round. We were in the front row which was good though you might get splashed a little. They have seats behind the stage with tables if you want a comfortable place to drink (they have a cash bar all night and service at these tables).
We are glad we didnt bring our boyfriends - definitely a girls night kind of show.
There's one act in the show where a guy flings around a lot of water, so folks seated in the front rows had to be sheathed in plastic tarps. Just so you know when you're buying tickets. Also, on the ground level, the best seats in the house were actually in the BACK rows, which are elevated, so there are no obstructions. So snag these seats when you go ...
We ate at the nice, quiet, clean Good Stuff diner at 109 W 14th between 6th And 7th, closer to 7th.
The weather was unseasonably balmy for Christmas week. I wore jeans and a light jacket.