McCadden Theatre

presented by Theatre Asylum · 1157 N. McCadden Place · 4153360513

Managed by Matthew Quinn

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McCadden Theatre is a beautiful 50 seat theater located on McCadden and Lexington. Featuring a unique two level set and offering a wide range of shows this year in the Hollywood Fringe.

Street Parking

in it, you will find information about available spaces and prices.

You can submit for ASYLUM spaces and for consideration to the ENCORE (Best of) by filling out this form:
this year we are working with the FRINGE ENCORE SERIES (in NYC) and will be picking shows for their ENCORES in New York later this year. If you already filled out the form, email me with what venue you are in, so I can update your information.

Asylum Tours-
Mondays-Thursdays 11am-3pm
Email to set up a time [email protected]

For those of you who have a lot of questions and concerns Asylum has workshop for you.
How to Produce a Hollywood Fringe Show
Saturday, March 17, 1-4pm
Email for additional dates and classes.

If you are interested in even more support, you can contact us about our Asylum Consulting / PR Management services

Hope to hear from you soon.

Matthew Quinn
[email protected]
Theater Asylum/Combined Artform

facility services
parking available: no
bar: no
cafe: no
front of house staff: yes
technical staff: yes
press staff: no
wifi available: yes
printing services: no
piano available: no
box office services
box office staff: no
accepted credit cards: no
accepts phone sales: no
box office hours: n/a

participant services
provides housing: no
provides insurance: no
pays registration: no
venue website:

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