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  • Belasco Theatre
    The Belasco Theatre has long been a landmark in the heart of Manhattan's Theatre District at 111 West 44th St. Bet. Broadway & 6th Ave.
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    Belasco Theater Booth Theatre
    222 West 45th St. Betw. Broadway & 8th Ave.
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    Booth Theater
    Broadhurst Theatre
    235 West 44th St., Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave.
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    Broadhurst Theater Broadway Theatre
    1681 Broadway, Btwn 52nd & 53rd Sts. In the heart of Manhattan's theatre district.
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    Broadway Theater
    Ethel Barrymore Theatre
    243 W 47th Street, New York, NY 10036. A true, grand Broadway theatre, the house has 1,096 seats and is close to fine dining destinations.
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    Ethel Barrymore Theatre Eugene O'Neill Theatre
    230 W 49th (between Broadway & 8th Aves.)
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    Eugene O'Neill Theater
    Ford Center for the Performing Arts
    213 West 42nd St., Btwn 7th & 8th Aves.
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    Ford Center for the Performing Arts Harold Clurman Theatre
    410 West 42nd Street, New York , NY 10036. This small house hosts dynamic American plays in the spirit of Clurman.
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    Harold Clurman Theater
    Imperial Theatre
    249 West 45th St., Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave. This house is in the heart of Manhattan's theatre district and host to leading plays each season.
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    Imperial Theatre John Golden Theatre
    252 West 45th St., Broadway & 8th Ave.
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    John Golden Theatre
    John Houseman Theatre
    450 West 42nd St.,Btwn 9th & 10th Aves.
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    John Houseman Theater Joseph Papp Theatre
    252 West 45th St., Broadway & 8th Ave.
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    Joseph Papp Theater
    Lucille Lortel Theatre
    Btwn 6th & 7th Aves. 299 seats - changed from Theatre De Lys.
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    Lucille Lortel Theater Lunt Fontaine Theatre
    205 West 46th St., Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave. Seating capacity in this renowned Broadway theatre is 1,475.
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    Lunt Fontaine Theater
    Majestic Theatre
    245 West 44th St., Btwn. Broadway & 8th Ave. Formerly the Shubert.
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    Majestic Theater Marquis Theatre
    205 West 46th St., Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave. Seating capacity in this renowned Broadway theatre is 1,475.
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    Marquis Theater
    Martin Beck Theatre (Al Hirschfield Theatre)
    302 West 45th Street, Btwn 8th & 9th. (*Renamed the Al Hirschfield Theatre in 2003.)
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    Martin Beck Theater Minskoff Theatre
    200 West 45th St., Btwn 7th & 8th Aves. The theatre is located on the third floor of the Viacom office building, in the heart of Midtown, Manhattan.
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    Minskoff Theater
    Music Box Theatre
    239 West 45th St., Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave
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    Music Box Theater Nederlander Theatre
    208 West 41st St., btwn 7th & 8th Aves.
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    Nederlander Theater
    New Amsterdam Theatre
    214 West 42nd St., Btwn 7th & 8th Aves.
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    New Amsterdam Theatre Orepheum Theatre
    126 Second Ave.
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    Orepheum Theatre
    Palace Theatre
    1564 Broadway at 47th St., Btwn 46th amp; 47th Sts.
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    Palace Theater Playwrights - Anne G. Wilder
    415 West 43nd Street, New York, NY. One of five theatrical venues under the Playwright's Horizons banner.
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    Playwrights - Anne G. Wilder
    Playwrights Horizon Theatre
    416 West 42nd St., Btwn 9th & 10th Aves. Houses five theatrical stages.
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    Playwrights Horizon Theater Plymouth Theatre
    236 West 45th Street, New York City, NY 10036-3901. This theatre, catering to nearly 1,100 guests, is a mid-sized venue for outstanding comedies and dramas.
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    Plymouth Theater
    Richard Rodgers Theatre
    226 West 46th St., Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave. Traditional Broadway theatre with a 1,368 seat seating capacity.
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    Richard Rodgers Theater Royale Theatre
    242 West 45th St., Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave. Located in the heart of Manhattan's Theatre district.
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    Royale Theater
    St. James Theatre
    246 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036. Grand old house with traditional fašade and 1,623 seats.
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    St. James Theater Samuel Beckett Theatre
    410 West 42nd Street in New York City.
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    Samuel Beckett Theater
    Second Stage Theatre
    307 West 43rd Street. Located in an old bank building in the heart of Manhattan's theatre district.
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    Second Stage Theater Shubert Theatre
    225 West 44th St., Btwn 7th & 8th Aves.
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    Shubert Theater
    Theatre Four (Julia Miles Theatre WPP):
    424 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019. Located just north of Manhattan's Theatre District.
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    Theater Four Theatre Row Theater
    424 West 42nd St. (9th & 10th).
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    Theater Row Theater
    Virginia Theatre
    245 West 52nd St., Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave. Located in the heart of Manhattan's Theatre District.
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    Virginia Theater Walter Kerr Theatre
    219 West 48th St., Btwn Broadway & 8th Ave.
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    Walter Kerr Theater
    Westside Theatre - Downstairs
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    Westside Theater - Upstairs
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    Westside Theater Winter Garden Theatre
    1634 Broadway, Btwn 50th & 51st. 1,482 seats.
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    Winter Garden Theatre

    "Broadway Theatre"; "opening night." In those halcyon days before TV and the Internet, attending a Broadway show was the zenith of entertainment venues. The Great White Way, so named for its thousands of chaser lights illuminating dozens of marquees, may have lost some of its glimmer and glamour to progress. But for many, nothing beats a "night on the town" in Manhattan comprised of dinner and a Broadway show. Broadway theatre is popular theatre; musicals and dramas aimed at a wide audience. The houses often seat 1,000 people or more. Nearly all have orchestra pits. Broadway shows are union shop shows. The actors belong to Actor's Equity; the orchestras to the musician's union. Off-Broadway, and Off-Off Broadway shows can be in very small houses- as few as 20 seats, and are traditionally non-union productions.

    What to do in the Broadway Area:
    Broadway runs along Midtown Manhattan, and offers many places of interest before attending a matinee or evening performance. One may shop at the world's largest store, Macy's, visit the Empire State Building, stroll along 5th Avenue or enjoy world class cuisine at a four star restaurant or dine well but more economically at a bistro. Visit restaurants, theatre district, NYC for restaurant listings. Food Network's Rachael Ray recently highlighted the live Jazz and budget fare at Cleopatra's Needle. Other popular venues include the Broadway Lounge - Marriott Marquis and Caroline's on Broadway, featuring stand-up comedy legends as well as newcomers.

    When in the Broadway area, be sure to visit Times Square. Once a seedy rundown section devoted to XXX rated movie houses and tawdry shops, Times Square emerged in the 1990's as literally, the "Disney version" of itself. Robert Eisner, then head of Disney, oversaw the revamping of the area which now boasts family restaurants and gift shops.

    And then there is the star attraction, the Broadway shows. Current hot tickets include "The Color Purple" , "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" and "Monty Python's Spamalot". Tickets may be purchased in advance through the box office, or through a ticket agency such as "Stub Hub". "Cheap Txts" and "Txts" also offer discounted tickets on the day of performances.