Booth Theatre, named for Edwin Booth, the most successful of the 19th Century acting dynasty.

 
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Booth Theater

222 West 45th St. Betw. Broadway & 8th Ave., New York City, NY | Tel: Ticket Sales: (212) 239 6200
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Subway: A,C,E to 42nd St. & 8th Ave.; Port Authority N,R,S,1,2,3,7,9 to 42nd St & 7th Ave.; Times Square B,D,F,Q to 42nd St. & 6th Ave.
Booth Theatre: Opened in 1913- named in honor of the renowned 19th Century Actor, Edwin Booth (unfortunate relation to John Wilkes Booth). Proscenium stage overlooks 781-seat house. The Booth has hosted such plays as You Can't Take It With You (1936), Playboy of the Western World (1946); Come Back Little Sheba (1950); Luv (1964), That Championship Season (1972); Sunday in the Park With George (1984); Elephant Man 1979; I'm Not Rappaport (1985).
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Additional Information: Ticket Sales: (212) 239 6200