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Safety Measures at Symphony Space

We are thrilled to be welcoming you to Symphony Space!

The health and safety of all are our top priorities. Symphony Space requires that all staff, artists, and patrons be fully vaccinated (and provide proof), and that everyone (except performers on stage) wear masks while in the building.

Please be advised that certain events may have additional Covid-19 requirements, which can be found on the event page on our website.

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Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre

Originally named "The Thalia" upon its opening in 1931, the Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre has been a haven for movie buffs for generations.

Regular patrons of the past include Peter Bogdanovich, Martin Scorsese, and Woody Allen, who immortalized the space in the film Annie Hall.

About the Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre

The Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre houses a variety of performances, including films, literature, events, musical performance, and much more.

The Theatre lies in the lower level of Symphony Space, and is accessed through the main lobby of the building.

Wheelchair accessible locations are available throughout the space.

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