|Address||161A Chrystie Street|
|City||New York City|
Dixon Place is an Obie Award winning, Off-Off-Broadway New York City theater devoted exclusively to presenting original pieces of theater, dance, performance art and literature that are works in progress.
Dixon Place was founded in 1986 as a non-profit organization by artistic director Ellie Covan. Working through several workshop series', commissioned artists and festivals Dixon Place hosts about 400 artists annually .
Some notable performance artists who have done work at Dixon Place include Reno, David Cale, Holly Hughes, Frank Maya, Craig Lucas , Lisa Kron, Karen Finley, John Leguizamo , Alva Rogers and the Blue Man Group.
Dixon Place has finally moved into its new space at 161A Chrystie Street. Performances started late October 2008. The theater includes a fully equipped, flexible, 120-seat laboratory theater, a community space with a lounge and smaller second stage, and a rehearsal studio. Dixon Place has estimated their programming and services will double in the first three years of the space's existence.
- Official web site
- New York Times: "Dixon Place, a Real Home for Theater, May Be the Last of a Breed" (1994)
- New York Times: "She's Made a Life in Her Theater. She's Made a Theater in Her Home." (2004)