Beth-El Chapel seen from the chapel's vestibule.
Entry to chapel's vestibule seen from main lobby. The brass doors lead to another set of interior doors, which lead to the vestibule. Chapel is on the right as you enter the vestibule. Restrooms are down the stairs on the left as you pass through the first set of doors straight ahead.
Chapel vestibule, looking back out toward the main lobby
Green room #2, a staging area where artists can gather prior to walking on stage. On the left there is a bathroom attached to this room for the artists' use and a passageway to the basement green rooms used for changing and storing personal effects.
On the right, the three main entry doors for the public on 5th Avenue at 65th Street, seen from the south.
The set-back double door just north of the 3 main entry doors on 5th Avenue, used for loading in and loading out harpsichords, etc. Opening this door requires careful coordination with the Administrator's office, so plan ahead.
View from the level of the load-in doors to the main entry doors at the awning, seen from the north along 5th Avenue.
The 1 E. 65th Street entrance for use by artists and volunteers to enter and pass through security.
The main lobby seen from the first set of double doors leading to the chapel. The view is north to south, with the entry doors to Fifth Avenue on the right.
The hallway leading from green room #2 to the chapel. Artists leave the green room and walk down this hallway somewhat more than halfway till they reach heavy curtains on the right. Enter through those curtain to the chapel's midpoint, turn right down the chapel's right aisle to reach the stage area, and mount the three steps to the stage.
The left side of the basement green room #1, with the entry to the bathroom visible in the background on the left.