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Astor Place Theatre
434 Lafayette Street, NY, NY 10003
What exactly is Blue Man Group about?
Is the show in English?
The Blue Men themselves do not have a spoken language.Most non-English speaking and/or hearing-impaired patrons find the show tremendously enjoyable.
Is the show the same in all locations?
Although several of our productions are similar, the size and space opportunities of each theatre create unique performances.
How do I get to the theatre?
Please see our Google Map for directions from your location, by car or public transportation.
When is the Box Office open?
434 Lafayette St, New York NY, 10003 (on Lafayette St between East 4th St and Astor Place)
Monday–Sunday: 12:00pm – 7:45pm
On non-show days the box office is open from 12:00pm – 4pm.
To see if there is a show on the day you want to visit the box office please click here.
What is the appropriate age to bring my child to the theatre?
Blue Man Group appeals to all ages, but children under five (5) years of age are not permitted. Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the theatre.
What is the running time of the show?
The show runs approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes (105-110 minutes), with no intermission.
What time should I arrive at the theatre?
Doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain time. We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes prior.
What happens if we are running late?
Late patrons are seated at the discretion of House Management at a time when seating will not interrupt the show.
Is there a dress code?
There is no specific dress code.
What is the poncho section?
The poncho section is the first four or five rows closest to the stage. Patrons in this area are given ponchos to wear, because sometimes materials splash the audience. These substances are washable, but we suggest that you do not wear anything that needs dry cleaning.
How can I purchase Blue Man Group souvenirs and merchandise?
Blue Man Group souvenirs and a variety of merchandise will be available in the theatre lobby. Other show merchandise is available for purchase online here.
Are food and beverages available at the theatre?
Light snacks are sold at the theatre before the show.
Is the theatre wheelchair accessible?
The Astor Place Theatre is currently unable to provide barrier-free access for our patrons who use wheelchairs. Patrons that use a wheelchair are welcome to attend our show, however, such patrons must bring companions to assist them in their entry and exit from the theatre, and must be able to physically transfer into a standard theatre seat. We ask that all patrons in wheelchairs contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call customer service at 212.387.9415 x2310. Entry and exit into the theatre includes 8 stairs leading to the lobby and box office area, and 6 stairs to access the orchestra seating area.
Are there restaurants and bars near the theatre?
Click here for a list of dining options near our theatre.
I am sensitive to strobe lights. Should I be concerned?
Strobe lights are used during two portions of the show. If people sensitive to strobe lights decide to attend the show, they should alert the House Manager when they arrive. Upon request, a member of the house staff will help the patron leave the theatre before the strobes occur.
How far in advance can I purchase a ticket for Blue Man Group, and how can I buy them?
You can purchase your Blue Man Group tickets typically up to six months in advance. Just visit the Astor Place Theatre Box Office or call us at 800.BLUEMAN, or click here to purchase tickets online.
Who can I contact with additional questions?
For ticketing questions, call us at 800.BLUEMAN.
For customer service, call 212.387.9415 x2310.
For all additional inquiries, click here to email us.
How can I request a name for the LED?
Getting a guests name on the LED must be requested at least 48 hours in advance. Please call 212-387-9415x2310 or eMail email@example.com for more information.