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Yes, we have personal cell phone numbers. While we will sometimes give them to people who have already booked with us so they can reach out day-of if we step out for lunch or anything, we do not list our personal cell phone information. PLEASE do not give out our personal cell phone numbers to friends of yours who may want to book with us.

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We are booked at all hours of the day for film shoots, rehearsals, classes, and performances. By filling out a form or sending us an email, we can answer your queries without disrupting other bookings.


We understand that you want your show to be perfect. We get it. But our spaces are rented out by multiple people throughout the entire week, and often times you will not be the only booking to come in that day. We cannot and will not rearrange our entire space simply for your show. We don't have the time (or energy - our bones creak when we move) to fully reset the space each time. This is not an empty event space, this is not a venue that is 100% malleable to whatever you want. Hanging copious amounts of things from the walls, rearranging the audience setup, moving our speakers and light trees, etc can only be done with express permission of either Chris Weigandt or Genny Yosco ahead of time, and we gotta be honest the answer is usually no. You're renting an indie, blackbox theater space. Please, we're begging you, keep your expectations healthy and flexible.

On February 1st, 2021 (well, okay, technically January 30th, but the lease didn't start until February 1st), we decided to do the most stupid thing we have ever done and get our own theater space. This is something that we've wanted since we started producing in New York back in 2014, so we are excited and we already have too many plans and not enough time.

(Well, one of us has the time, as she was promptly fired from her job due to her acquiring this space. BUT ANYWAY.)

As the only lunatics to get a theater space during a pandemic, we knew the risks. We'd been producing in the city for almost seven years at that point in time, so basically the only change now was that we didn't have to rent space for each individual performance we wanted to do, and the only schedule we needed to work around was our own.

The biggest risk we did not forsee, however, was the building we'd signed a lease for selling to someone else four months into our year-long contract. They gave us two months to move out, and since we had bookings for a year, we were scrambling (around rehearsals and performances for our 2021 production of Noises Off) to find a new venue. The lovely team at Brooklyn Creative Lofts got us an even better and bigger space a week and a half after we were told we needed to leave our first one. Also our landlords here are 100% the best people.

When we renewed our lease at 274 Morgan Avenue in 2022, we added on a second studio space. The Cork Studio is two floors above The Vino Theater, and is here for your rehearsal needs, as well as very-exclusive performances. Seriously, we can only fit like 15 audience members in there. Don't go crazy.

As performers who know how insanely difficult it is to produce a show in NYC, we try our very best to keep things affordable for all artists. If anything below is out of your budget, please ask us about our volunteer program, in which you can exchange volunteer hours for free time in the space!

PLEASE NOTE!! Our venues are shared spaces, held within a shared building full of other creatives - musicians, painters, fashion designers, we've even got a hair salon on the same floor as The Cork. Please be respectful to anyone you might bump into in the hallways.



Cork Studio Rental Rates


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Below are our rental rates for our 36 seat theater. To apply, fill out one of the forms underneath.

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