Circle in the Square Theatre 1972
Client:Circle in the Square
Project Category:Resident Professional Theatres
Architect:Alan Sayles
Completion Year:1972
Location:New York, New York
Capacity:682 seats
With a seating capacity range of 604 to 682 seats and a 50-foot thrust stage, this vintage New York City space can be configured in either a thrust or an arena format. The theatre has a completely trapped stage floor, lighting catwalks, and side galleries accessible either by audiences or actors.

The facility served for three decades as the uptown home of an important regional company (The Circle in the Square) that presented the work of established dramatists like George Bernard Shaw and Noel Coward as well as new playwrights like John Patrick Shanley. The company closed in 1998.

The theater continues to operate as a rental house.