This Broadway theater belongs to the Manhattan Theatre Club and has 650 seats.
The Shubert Organization, America's oldest professional theater company and the largest theater owner on Broadway, owns or operates 17 Broadway theaters and one off-broadway theater.
The Shubert is next to the Booth Theater, sharing an exterior, but with a separate interior. A private roadway connects 44th and 45th Streets. This thoroughfare, which came to be called Shubert Alley, allowed each theater to occupy a corner lot. Many musicals have premiered at the Shubert, including A Chorus Line, which after making its Broadway debut, ran a record-breaking fifteen years (6,137 performances), before closing on April 28, 1990.
The South Street Seaport Booth sells tickets to evening performances on the day of the performance, and matinee tickets the day before. It is located on the northwest corner of John and Front Streets in Lower Manhattan, one block off the East River. Open Mon-Sat, 11 am-6 pm.
Previews begin March 24 for American Idiot, set to a score by the rock group Green Day. This high-octane show includes every song from the acclaimed album American Idiot, as well as several songs from the band's Grammy-nominated new release, '21st Century Breakdown.'
A venue of Roundabout Theatre Company, the Henry Miller Theatre is part of the Bank of America Tower, but built behind the preserved and restored neo-Georgian facade of the original 1918 theater. It opened on April 1, 1918 with the play The Fountain of Youth. The 1,055-seat house is New York's first LEED rated theater.
Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway theater originated as a discotheque in 1977. It can seat 900 audience members today.
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At its space in the East Village, the Theater for the New City houses four individual theaters: the Joyce and Seward Johnson Theater, the Cino Theater, the Community Space Theater and the Cabaret Theater. It produces 30 to 40 premieres of new American plays per year; at least 10 of these are by emerging and young playwrights.
Best known for its TKTS Discount Booths that offer tickets to theater and dance in New York City, TDF is a nonprofit organization that aims to make the theater experience available to all.