Formerly known as the Plymouth, this theatre, catering to 1079 guests, is a mid-sized venue for outstanding comedies and ... More
Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
Formerly known as the Plymouth, this theatre, catering to 1079 guests, is a mid-sized venue for outstanding comedies and dramas. It is home to such productions as The Odd Couple, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, The Graduate, The Heidi Chronicles and more recently, Brooklyn. Built by the Shuberts, but famously operated by producer-director Arthur Hopkins until his death in 1950. At that time, the Shuberts took over. Renamed on May 9, 2005 for Gerald Schoenfeld, longtime chairman of the Shubert Organization. The thestre has an approximate capacity of 193 seats inside.
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 ...
Located in the center of the theater district, Palace Theater attracts tourists and locals alike. Children's classics like the 'Beauty
and the Beast' are staged, making it a great school vacation destination. Other featured plays include 'Fiddler on the ...
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 ...