Vineyard is an off-Broadway theatre, despite being situated in the NY's Theatre District. Its many productions, such as Billy and Ray, Dot, Avenue Q, and How I Learned To Drive (by a Pulitzer-prize winner Paula Vogel) have become classic, beloved and acclaimed by theatregoers and critics alike.
This season includes various productions, and smart choices of stage design and scripts, cast and crew demonstrate once again that Vineyard's indeed the home for bold theatre, and not just one of those places you visit when you have nothing to do. It's usually full during the weekdays, so if you want to be sure you get tickets, book them early on. The theatre holds 132 viewers, has its own parking lot and flexible membership and ticket sale options, that can allow you to enjoy the plays by paying just $15 instead of usual $79 or $100 for premium seating.