John Golden Theatre, Diminuitive stage- offers one and two-man shows and revues.

 
John Golden Theatre, New York, NY
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John Golden Theatre

252 W. 45th Street , New York, NY | Tel: (212) 239-6200/(800) 432-7250
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Subway: Take the N,Q,R,W or 1,2,3,9 to 42nd Street
Currently the smallest of the Shubert Organization Theatres. With 805 seats but a very small stage. Known for intimate revues, plays and one- and two-man shows. Now showing the puppet musical Avenue Q. An architectural treasure with a variegated brick facade showcasing three blind arches. The building was designed in the Spanish Renaissance style and the interior had a strong Spanish flavor. It was designed in the Mission Revival style, with rough plaster walls, wrought iron fixtures, and a beamed ceiling.
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Disability Access: There are no steps into the theatre from the street, but wheelchair seating is accessible in the orchestra only. The restrooms are not wheelchair accessible. Assisted listening systems are available.

Additional Information: Restrooms are located up 2 flights of stairs. A water fountain and pay phone are located in the lower lounge. The theatre is air conditioned.