Designed mainly for serious dramas, the John Golden Theater was built in 1927 by the Chanin Brothers. This small venue is ... More
John Golden Theatre
Designed mainly for serious dramas, the John Golden Theater was built in 1927 by the Chanin Brothers. This small venue is ideal for intimate productions (about 800 seats). Audiences take away a real, intimate theatrical experience that they may not necessarily get in the many far larger theaters on Broadway. Beware tall people - like many of New York's older theaters, there isn't a lot of leg room.
McGinn Cazale is a not for profit, 99 seat theater housing the Vital Theater Company and a children's theater too.
The season includes three to five plays. Past productions include 'Dear Vienna,' 'Extraordinary!,' 'Vital Signs,' 'Spurn,' and As You ...
This exceptionally large theater was named after George and Ira Gershwin in 1983. It is composed of six different levels,
with more than 1900 comfortable seats. The views of the stage in the auditorium are limited because of the ...
Opened as The Republic Theater by Oscar Hammerstein in 1900, the New Victory Theater was the first theater to be
renovated as part of the 42nd Street revitalization. Since its re opening in 1995, it has become the premier ...