The 160-seat Midnight Theater will be located closer to the Hudson River than Broadway.
An Art Deco-inspired venue is coming to the west side of 8-acre urban city Manhattan West. The city's newest performance space to entertain New Yorkers on September 21 promises to showcase a wide range of talent while keeping audiences well-fed and boozed.
Midnight will host "experiences" from "the worlds of Broadway, music, magic, comedy and more," Venture creative director Warren Adcock told The Post. 9}
Drinks and food will be provided by Hidden Leaf, an independent in-house bar and restaurant by Lilia and St. Vitus restaurateur Josh Cohen. The part has been open since July.
"Together with the menu at Pan-Asian restaurant Hidden Leaf, we aim to provide our guests with a unique evening that will stimulate all the senses." pot.
The venue also has a street-level aperitif bar component called Midnight Cafe, which since last month has been offering craft cocktails and an "energetic and fun experience soundtracked by '70s Italian disco." increase.
"The idea is to come see a show under our roof and then go to dinner or vice versa," says Adcock. told TimeOut. "We all go to the theater, but it's not the smoothest experience. There's a lot of other people, and if there's a food element to it, it's either a slice of pizza or a theater street after a show." You may buy expensive wine at the concession stand.We tried to bring the element of hospitality to the theater side.”
Mastercard as a sponsor We are involved in this space and have placed a new eponymous 'innovative multi-sensory studio'. It consists of "a 270-degree immersive projection system that digitally changes the decor of a room." ” on the walls of the theater.
The idea for this venue was born in 2018. That's when Manhattan West developer Brookfield showed Cohen a huge retail space in the neighborhood's posh playground.
"[They] asked him to build a restaurant, but the space was big," he recalled in his TimeOut. "It was he's 11,000 square feet, and part of it had no pillars, so it was an ideal entertainment space."