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We went to see Girl From The North Country and were pleased with the show and theater. We thought it was very good. The cast was outstanding in the play. They did a great job singing the numerous Bob Dylan songs throughout the play. The...More
My husband and I went to see Mother of the Maid last weekend. It was our first time to NYC Public Theater. The Aspacher Theater was fabulous. Intimate setting and not a bad seat in the house. We sat in the front row and saw...More
If you are the least interested in theatre and the performing arts, you should go to the Public Theatre on Lafayette. It is also a perfect area for food and drink before or after. There is always something showing that is of interest. If you...More
We attended the Mother of the Maid at The Public Theater and it was a fantastic experience. Glenn Close was amazing and the rest of the cast were very good too! It is such a treat to attend a play like this.
This is a genre defying play based on the songs and music of Bob Dylan. Conor McPherson wrote the play with the songs as a significant basis of the action. The staging is a delight. The cast is outstanding as is the song interpretation. The...More
The public theater is the home to John Astor’s private library. What is not to love about this piece of American history. For the record, Hamilton got its start here! I saw “Girl from the North Country” here on Tuesday (10/17) night and was pleased....More
Attended recently to see a show based upon the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Nice, small, boutique theater with friendly and helpful staff. The bar/restaurant on the ground level was well stocked, but a wee bit pricey. Great experience all round, and I would definitely return.