Secret Theatre

44-02 23rd St

The Secret Theatre was opened to the public on September 5, 2007. The studio's conception and construction enabled Artistic Director and Owner Richard Mazda to fulfill a life long dream. Its inaugural show, Atonement, written by Joel Schatzky and dir... more

The Secret Theatre was opened to the public on September 5, 2007. The studio's conception and construction enabled Artistic Director and Owner Richard Mazda to fulfill a life long dream. Its inaugural show, Atonement, written by Joel Schatzky and directed by Rich Ferraioli, is a deeply touching story of a terminally ill man who must make peace with both his past and present. We strive to enrich the New York theatre scene by fostering a unique, creative environment in Long Island City, an ideal location for such a venture. An up-and-coming area with a vibrant, burgeoning art scene, Long Island City is home to P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Silvercup Studios East, the Noguchi Museum, the Socrates Sculpture Park and The Queens Players.


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44-02 23rd St
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 392-0722
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Brilliantly done
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RT @nicole_matarese: Tix for "Our Universe Defined By Us" @ #liconeactfestival:
https://t.co/iwrKqbEMxZ Play Written/Directed: Nicole Matar… Wed at 12:12 AM

@secretmazda Yes. Would ban that crap as well. Tue at 11:45 AM

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