Theater Shows in New York

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Astor Place Theatre

The Astor Place Theatre is an off-Broadway venue on Colonnade Row. The Greek Revival style building is located at 434 Lafayette Street. It's currently home to the wildly successful Blue Man Group.

4.7 (9 reviews)
LOL Comedy Lounge in Times Square

LOL Times Square Comedy Club is (unsurprisingly) a comedy club located in New York's busy Times Square area. The venue regularly hosts open-mic comedy and improv nights where amateur and local comics share the stage with well-known touring comedians.

4.2 (32 reviews)
Minskoff Theatre

The Minskoff Theatre is a theatre on Broadway, New York, which has hosted shows including the Tony Award-winning The Lion King.

4.8 (51 reviews)
New Amsterdam Theatre

The New Amsterdam Theatre is a state-of-the-art theater in Midtown Manhattan, at 214 West 42nd. This long-standing fixture of New York's theater scene first opened in 1903.

4.8 (67 reviews)
Gershwin Theatre

The Gershwin Theatre is a Manhattan staple and has hosted many popular productions since it opened its doors in 1972. The theatre is named after brothers, George Gershwin, a composer, and Ira Gershwin, a lyricist. It is now home to the hit musical, Wicked. It is located at 222 West 51st Street in midtown-Manhattan, in the Paramount Plaza building.

4.7 (18 reviews)
Winter Garden Theatre

The Winter Garden Theater is a 1,800-seat theater located in New York's famous Broadway district. Opened in 1911, the building has seen multiple renovations and redesigns, and has played host to some of the most successful productions in Broadway history.

5 (8 reviews)
Al Hirschfeld Theatre

The Al Hirschfeld Theatre is located at 302 West 45th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenue in New York City, USA. It's currently home to the musical spectacular Moulin Rouge, which features classic pop songs from across several decades.

5 (40 reviews)
Ambassador Theatre

The Ambassador Theatre is a state-of-the-art theatre in New York. It's currently home to the award-winning musical hit Chicago.

4.8 (39 reviews)
Stephen Sondheim Theatre

In 1998, Roundabout renovated, reopened and operated the former Henry Miller’s Theatre as a Broadway home for their Tony award–winning production of Cabaret. However, nine months into the run, a construction accident at an adjacent building forced the theatre to close, and Cabaret transferred to Studio 54, where it ran for five more years. In 2009, the Henry Miller’s Theatre reopened as the first LEED-certified Broadway theatre, raising the bar for environmentally sustainable design and construction of performing arts venues. In 2010, it was renamed the Stephen Sondheim in honor of the legendary composer and lyricist’s 80th birthday.

5 (5 reviews)
Neil Simon Theatre

The Neil Simon Theatre is a Broadway theatre venue built in 1927 and located at 250 West 52nd Street in the Theater District of Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Formerly known as the Alvin Theatre, it has seating capacity for approximately 1,362 people.

4.9 (50 reviews)

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