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Doors open at Eleven. We suggest you arrive no later than Twelve Midnight.

Shows start around One o’clock in the morning.

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Kindly fill out the information below… Or call the madam at 917.280.5977

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A ‘show fee’ in the amount of 20% of your food & beverage costs will be added to your bill. This Show Fee is NOT a gratuity & is not distributed to the service staff as a gratuity. Rather, all service team members are paid a direct wage that is at least equal to the minimum wage. Tipping is not required or expected. The show fee is used to offset operational costs associated with the performances staged at The Box.
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LATE NIGHT MENU

~ Savory ~

Guacamole

Pomme Frites

Chicken Quesadilla

Mini Burgers

Cheese Plate

~ Sweet ~

Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

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THE PLAYERS

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Rocky Lanes

SHOW PRODUCER

Andrew Katz

THE HAMMERSTEIN BEAUTIES

Julia Hines
Lainey Bowers
Erica Misilo
Mabel Robert
Katherine Menna

PRODUCTION TEAM

Show Director

Raven O

Associate Producer

Gerome Samonte

Stage Manager

Paul O’Toole

Assistant Stage Manager

Jake Williams

Lighting Design

Zack Janesky

Sound Design

Bailey McKelway

Stage Crew

Charley Landes

Tyler Mashek

William Becker

THE CREW

NIGHT MANAGERS

Nenad Karac

MADAM

Kiren Modi

CONCIERGE LIAISON

Mia Calabrese

DOOR

Giza Selma

BARTENDERS

Kyle Black

Owen Marvel

Ryan Rumbaugh

Charlene Hoffman

Andrea Dobis

Matt McMahon

SERVERS

Jillian Teta

Mia Calabrese

Shanell Martinez

Kathleen LaTorre

Mariele DiMauro

Ekatarina Tatarinova

Alana Tsui

Cassandra Ulwick

Hanna Meskel

Maria Mnich

 

HOSTESSES

Stephen LaCava

Quanah Coburn

CHEF

Marcos Ceron

KITCHEN STAFF

Alex Flores

Jesus Casique

BARBACKS

Toribio Israel Flores

Anton Smirnov

BUSSERS

Gabriel Oropeza Diaz

Israel Ramirez

Juan Zenteno

Noe Perez

Carmelo Ramirez

Javal Incarnacion

Juan Jesus Mata

USHERS

Alex Gheciu

Michael Hardy

August Gonet

Joshua Delapenha

COAT CHECK

Sara Bender

Stephanie Gilson

THE MANAGERS

General Manager

Javier Vivas

OPERATIONS        EVENTS

Andrea Rodriguez  Danny Wu  

LEGAL ADVISOR

Hope Weiner

BUILDING MANAGER

Keith Okada

THE PARTNERS

PROPRIETOR

Simon Hammerstein 

PRODUCERS

Richard Kimmel   Randy Weiner   Serge Becker

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

John Kole & Phil Morgan for Hecho Inc. (718) 609-5588 hechoinc.com

The Box Presents...
  • I’m Not A Comedian…I’m Lenny Bruce

    I’m Not A Comedian…I’m Lenny Bruce

    Fresh off a sold-out, wildly successful run in Los Angeles, Theatre 68 in association with Dennis Paladino and Kitty Bruce, Joe Mantegna will direct the Off-Broadway premiere of I’m Not A Comedian…I’m Lenny Bruce, written by and starring Ronnie Marmo.

    I’m Not A Comedian…I’m Lenny Bruce stars Ronnie Marmo brilliantly chronicling the life and death of the most controversial comedian of all time: Lenny Bruce. Busted for obscenity, Lenny fought for freedom of speech all the way to the Supreme Court. He accidentally died of an overdose in 1966, while out on appeal.
    An undisputed comic legend, Lenny Bruce was one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. His life and work have had an impact on poetry, politics, music, film and, of course… comedy. Lenny’s tempestuous personal and professional life was marked by great passion and great pain. His unwavering commitment to free speech led to numerous obscenity charges and arrests. Lenny has not yet been surpassed at his particular brand of art, and if he were around today, he would be in as much trouble as when he was alive.
    Upon its Los Angeles opening, Ronnie Marmo and I’m Not A Comedian…I’m Lenny Bruce received rave reviews from critics and celebrities alike. The Los Angeles Times labeled it a “Critic’s Choice!” Steve Sunshine, from Extra-TV called the show “Funny and touching.” Billy Crystal concurred, adding, “Beautifully directed by Joe Mantegna with a strong performance by Ronnie Marmo, this funny, fierce and tragic work vividly brings to life the comedian we so miss today.”
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THE BOX consists of a 7,000 square foot three-level building including a reception foyer and two floors, which can accommodate 288 guests for an event or seat 125 guests comfortably for a dinner.

THE BOX is a full service production facility. We can provide entertainment specifically tailored for your event, from a single performance to a full length show. Our resident directors have created a plethora of numbers for you to choose from.

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The Reception Lounge can be outfitted with lounge furniture for a casual environment or banquet tables and/or round tops for a formal dinner.


 

 

The Second Floor consists of a bar and an auditorium that can accommodate 88 guests in standing room and can be outfitted banquet tables and/or round tops for a formal dinner.

 

  • What time does The Box open?

    Doors open at 11:00pm.

  • What days of the week is The Box open?

    We are open nightly Tuesday-Saturday.
    We are dark on Sundays & Mondays.

  • If I'm coming to see a show, what time should I arrive?

    There are several acts each evening. We recommend arriving between 11pm-1am. If you have made a table reservation, you must arrive by 1am.

  • What time does the show start?

    The first show starts around 1am and acts continue all night.

  • Do I need to make a reservation?

    We encourage all our guests to make reservations. You may either fill out a reservation request form or contact our reservationist at (917) 280.5977 or reservations@theboxnyc.com.

  • Can I reserve a private table?

    Yes, table reservations are available and recommended to best experience the show. You may either fill out a reservation request form or contact our reservationist at (917) 280.5977 or reservations@theboxnyc.com.

  • Is there a dress code?

    Yes. We encourage guests to dress glamorously.
    Black tie optional every night of the week.

  • Where is The Box located?

    We are located in the Lower East Side at 189 Chrystie Street.

  • Is food served at The Box?

    Yes, The Box offers a small plates dining menu. Kitchen is open from 11pm-4am.

  • I left something at The Box last night. Who should I contact?

    Please email us (info@theboxnyc.com) with your contact information and a description of your item. We will respond within 24 hours or on the next business day. You may also call our offices at (212) 982-9301 on Monday-Friday from 10am-6pm. Credit cards must be picked up in person by the owner.

  • What if I have more questions?

    Please feel free to email us (info@theboxnyc.com) or call our offices Monday-Friday from 10am-6pm at (212) 982-9301.

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