Broadway Shows and Theaters
Seeing a Broadway show in New York is a bucket list item for many people around the world. Throughout the year, many of the world’s most popular theater shows and best stage actors bring a wide array of stories to life in Manhattan.
If you’re planning your first trip to see a Broadway show or need to brush up on what’s playing on Broadway now, read this… more
Imperial Theatre Seating Chart
Located in the heart of New York’s Theater District, the Imperial Theatre has been a fixture of Broadway since it opened in the 1920s. In years past, the theater has been the site of great productions like Les Miserables. Beginning in 2016, the theater will host Josh Groban’s Broadway debut in the show Natasha, Pierre, and The Great Comet of 1812.
Hamilton vs Lion King
The smash hit musical Hamilton has been the talk of the town for over a year now, but it was actually the veteran The Lion King that took top honors at the box office for the 2015-16 Broadway season.
As Hamilton prepares for a full Broadway season and accompanying national tour, The Lion King may have a tough time maintaining its box office reign come next May. Check out our… more
Schoenfeld Theatre Seating Chart
Broadway’s Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre opened in Midtown Manhattan in 1918 as the Plymouth Theatre. Over the course of more than a century, this New York landmark has made a name for itself hosting powerhouse productions like A Doll’s House, The Pirates of Penzance, Pygmalion, and many other well-loved Broadway plays and musicals.
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August Wilson Theatre Seating Chart
Located on 52nd Street, the August Wilson Theatre is one of the most iconic Broadway venues open today. The theater has hosted many great performances since it originally opened in 1925, but the most notable production in recent years has been Jersey Boys, which made its debut here in 2005.
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