Plan your live theater experience with BEDLAM! Check here for updated information about Safety Protocols, Venue Details, Accessibility, and Directions.
With Health & Safety at the forefront of our minds, we developed the following policies and protocols to ensure that everyone entering our theatre remains safe throughout the run of the production.
In cooperation with Actors’ Equity Association, BEDLAM is producing FALL RIVER FISHING and THE GOOD JOHN PROCTOR in compliance with a strict Fully Vaccinated Company agreement which ensures that the entire team of artists and staff are fully vaccinated. In accordance with this agreement, and in order to keep our company and each other safe, we ask that all audience members remain masked while within our venue.
Please note that our policy may change over the course of 2023 as we follow closely the ever-evolving guidelines set forth by the CDC, New York State, and New York City. We will notify all ticket holders in the event of any change to these policies.
PANDEMIC SAFETY POLICY
ENHANCED CLEANING PROTOCOLS
AIR FLOW & VENTILATION UPGRADES
If you would like to review the full air flow analysis and ventilation reports, please contact email@example.com and we will provide you with a copy of our certification documents and air balance reports.
The historic Connelly Theater is a beautiful 99-150-seat jewelbox space in the heart of NYC’s East Village that now serves as a home for adventurous independent theater productions. The building, originally an orphanage, dates back to the mid-1870s. The theater itself was once a choir hall, with the distinctive proscenium arch and stage added later. The Connelly is is part of Cornelia Connelly Center, a non-profit that champions girls at risk, empowering them to realize their full potential from middle school through college and beyond. Proceeds from theater rental support the Center’s education programs. Josh Luxenberg is the Connelly Theater General Manager. connellytheater.org
Named one of NYC’s best off-off-Broadway theaters by Time Out NY!
Although the building is unfortunately not ADA-compliant (it was built in the mid-1800s), the theater is on ground level and we have a secondary entrance that is wheelchair accessible (no steps).
Patrons who use wheelchairs can easily be seated in the front row. Restrooms are accessible without stairs, however there are no wide stalls.
To make additional arrangements or for further information about the accessibility of the space, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The theater is located on 220 East 4th Street in New York City. Closest subway stations are the F to “2nd Ave” (.4 mi), 6 to “Astor Place” (.7 mi) or the R/W to “8th Street” (.8 mi).