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4.8 (416 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.

4.1 (40 reviews)
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)
EastVille Comedy Club

EastVille is Brooklyn's only bonafide comedy club, and best of all, there's no drink minimum. That's no joke. EastVille's been running since 2008 and plays host to up-and-coming talent, along with established comedians. The fully-stocked bar also has everything it takes to create speciality cocktails. If you're looking for laughs, then you're in the right place.

4 (1 review)
Minskoff Theatre

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

4.9 (61 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 (79 reviews)
Walter Kerr Theatre

In 1921, the Walter Kerr Theatre house opened under its original name, The Ritz. Owned by the Shuberts and designed by Herbert J. Krapp, it was intended to be a sister theater to the Ambassador Theatre. Starting in 1939, CBS and ABC used the space to record radio and TV programs. In the 1970s it was converted back to a movie theater but was restored to legitimacy in 1983. Its current owners, Jujamcyn Theatres, spent millions restoring the theater in 1990 and it has housed successful Broadway runs ever since.

4.8 (5 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.

4.5 (19 reviews)
Eugene O'Neill Theatre

The Eugene O'Neill Theatre is an iconic Broadway theatre venue located at 230 West 49th Street in midtown Manhattan. Named after playwright Eugene O’Neill, the theatre can accommodate an audience of up to 1,108 and has been home to hit musicals like Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Spring Awakening, and the record-smashing, 2011 Tony Award Best Musical winner, The Book of Mormon – which is still running to this day.

5 (2 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 (16 reviews)

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