Dear friends & family,

The health and safety of our artists, audience, and staff are always of the utmost importance to us at Theater 555, and we are thrilled to bring back entertainment to NYC in a safe and responsible way.

Given the volume of customers and situations, the best way to communicate with us is via email at tickets@thegreenroom42.com

The Team at Theater 555

Established in 2021, Chelsea Table + Stage is the New York hotspot for dining and music. Featuring a wide variety of American-fare menu selections, curated wine + cocktail lists, + some of the best artists in the world feature alongside emerging artists, this entertainment hub is a destination for the ultimate NYC night out.

With new shows and menus rolling out constantly, Chelsea Table + Stage opens the doors to hospitality, entertainment, and enjoyment nightly 365-days-a-year. This 130-seat venue is decked out with state-of-the-art sound and lighting, a 10-seat in theatre bar, a lofted VIP Mezzanine for private groups, and spacious dining tables for the perfect date night.

Founded in 2017, and located in the heart of the theatre district in YOTEL Times Square, The Green Room 42 is Broadway's newest, most spacious, and funkiest cabaret club. Hailed by the New York Times as "Broadway's Off-Night Hotspot," our curated nightlife experience features your favorite Broadway stars in live performance, and a delicious menu of food and drink. The Green Room 42 opens the doors of hospitality to the nightclub stage while providing value and accessibility to the New York theatre community.

Past shows have featured artists such as Josh Groban, Tina Fey, Katharine McPhee, Sara Bareilles, Alice Ripley, Eva Noblezada, Reeve Carney, Lillias White, Frances Ruffelle, Frankie Grande, David Phelps, and over 5,000 others. The Green Room 42 has become a cornerstone of the Broadway community, redefining the cabaret industry, and all it's missing is YOU. Sit back, have a drink, and relax, because we've got your evening all planned in Broadway's off-night hotspot.

The 160-seat off-Broadway theatre located at 555 West 42nd Street (between 10th & 11th Avenues) opened fall of 2021 rechristened as Theater 555. Unused since the start of the Covid pandemic, the theater was the homes of the Signature Theatre and Pearl Theatre Company. Its most recent tenant was the New York arm of Upright Citizens Brigade.

Theater 555 is owned and operated by longtime off-Broadway and Broadway producer Eric Krebs, whose long career has included the building and operating of the former John Houseman and Douglas Fairbanks Theaters on 42nd Street’s Theater Row from 1984 until 2005.

Located in the lobby and wheelchair accessible.

Water Fountain:
Located in the lobby near restrooms.

Theatre Policies:
The use of cameras, recording devices, cell phones, beepers, and other electronic devices during the performance is prohibited. Everyone attending a performance must have a ticket. Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of management. Wheelchair and mobility-impaired seating is intended for patrons with mobility disabilities. Children under the age of four years will not be admitted. No outside food or beverage permitted, unless medically necessary. No weapons permitted on the premises.

  • Theatre is completely wheelchair accessible. There are minimal steps into the theatre from the sidewalk, but there is a ramp located to the east side of the Theater.
  • Elevators/Escalator:
    None available
  • Refund Policy:
    In the event the theater elects to issue a refund, the refund will only be for the face value of the tickets. The Processing and Handling Fees will not be refunded. All refunds are subject to the approval of the Venue.

AMT has basically two goals. One is to move a show on to Broadway - not because Broadway is the absolute definitive mark of excellence in theater but because if you're a professional you want to be at the top. You want to be in the World Series, the Super Bowl, you want to win an Academy Award. It gives you something to strive for and it pushes you to extraordinary lengths. So yes, we want to move a show on to Broadway. But we also want something perhaps even more significant. We want to make a difference in people's lives. We want to do new shows, to encourage new writers and directors. We want to do children's shows, to get the young people involved at an early age. We want to work with other professionals outside of the country, like our spectacular successes with acclaimed director Mauricio Cedeno and the amazing artists of Guadalajara, Mexico. And we want to do cabaret because, well, it's just fun. We want to serve as a regional theater to the people in our immediate area, to draw on their energy and solicit their opinions because without our audience, we are nothing. So please come with on on this magical carpet ride and let's see where it takes us.

  • Tony Sportiello
  • Artistic Director
  • AMT Theater


  • Padraic W Confrey
  • padraicconfrey@theatre71.org
  • Managing Director
  • Theatre 71

“Monet’s Immersive Garden” is a 360-degree experiential journey through the life and work of one of the greatest artists of the last century. The immersive production allows visitors to dive into the world of Claude Monet. The show blends images from 40 projectors with music to create an enchanting world of colour that brings the artist’s paintings to life in ways never seen or experienced before. Illusions transform into reality before the viewers’ eyes, transporting the audience to the heart of Monet’s garden.

  • MAAG Music & Arts AG
  • Christoph Rüdt
  • christoph.ruedt@bymaag.ch
  • Monet's Garden

West Bank Cafe opened in 1978. It was as "far-west" on 42nd Street as one would want to venture, at a time when Hell’s Kitchen lived up to its name. The restaurant’s early clients even included the notorious Irish gang, the Westies.

In 1980, The New York Times awarded West Bank two stars, which increased its visibility and attracted a wider range of diners. In her review, Mimi Sheraton described the restaurant as “a spirited, attractive [place] with…a number of exceptional dishes memorable for both originality and excellence.” The original Continental menu included dishes such as crudités and sole amandine—a window into the culinary times.

In this era, West Bank Cafe's owner, Steve Olsen opened the Laurie Beechman Theatre downstairs from the Cafe, which staged plays and hosted events nightly. A young Lewis Black was named playwright-in-residence; Howard Stern aired his third-annual live birthday broadcast from the theater; and the restaurant’s regulars included Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller and Bruce Willis, among others.

Soon the redevelopment of 42nd Street spread further west, bringing new businesses and residents to the area. Throughout the 1980s and ’90s, the restaurant was a leader in the growing Theater District and Hell’s Kitchen dining scenes. As new theaters opened in the area, the restaurant’s connection to stage and screen remained strong as well. The Laurie Beechman Theatre continued to regularly stage the work of emerging writers, actors, and singers (many of whom later became stars) as well as established acts: The Who even gave four live performances at the restaurant while their musical Tommy was running on Broadway.

After 44 years, the restaurant’s surrounding neighborhood and America’s culinary tastes have changed dramatically. West Bank Cafe has evolved along with the neighborhood and maintained a commitment to serving high-quality food in a unpretentious setting where both theater-goers and theatre stars feel at home.