13th Street Repertory Theatre / by Grace Merriman

 Courtesy of 13th St. Repertory Theatre

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The 13th Street Repertory Theatre was founded in 1972 by Edith O’Hara, Artistic Director, aged 93, in the ground floor level of an old Greenwich Village townhouse built around the turn of the century.

Home to the longest-running Off-Off Broadway play, Line, the 13th Street Theatre is a cherished venue to many NY-based independent theatre makers. 

"Five to seven shows run weekly, including children's shows on weekends."

Edith O'Hara, has received commendations for her work at 13th Street Repertory Company from former NYC Mayor Bloomberg, NYS Governor Cuomo, and our First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama.

 Courtesy of 13th St. Repertory Theatre

Courtesy of 13th St. Repertory Theatre