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Brooks Atkinson Theatre

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256 W 47th St New York NY 10036
Phone
(212) 719-4099
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Toll Free
(888) 847-4869
Fax
(516) 546-5379

Business Hours

Status: Open (Call business to confirm holiday hours)

Sunday
12:00pm-6:00pm
Monday
10:00am-8:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am-8:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am-8:00pm
Thursday
10:00am-8:00pm
Friday
10:00am-8:30pm
Saturday
10:00am-8:30pm

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One of Broadway's intimate theaters, the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, was named after the famed New York Times drama critic in 1960. Built in 1926, this theater has been host to many of Broadway's most famous shows. The Brooks Atkinson also nurtured some of Hollywood's finest talents like Kevin Spacey, Matthew Broderick, Marisa Tomei, to name a few. This theatre is part of the nine theaters owned...

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Some of the stages greatest stars read the letters between Andre Makepeace Ladd III and his lifelong friend Melissa Gardner. Fifty years of correspondence that highlight triumph and tragedy, life in war and marriage, life with children and careers, and the undying love they share.

09/13-10/10:
Brian Dennehy & Mia Farrow

10/11-11/08
Carol Burnett & Brian Dennehy

11/09-12/05
Alan Alda &...

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75

After Midnight takes the sexy, smoky glamour of the original Jazz Age and catapults it into a whole new era of heart-pounding, mind-blowing entertainment for modern Broadway audiences. Refracted through a contemporary lens, After Midnight celebrates Duke Ellington’s years at the Harlem's famed Cotton Club using his original arrangements and performed by a world-class big band of 17 musicians...

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Won the lottery for the first ever Broadway show with hearing impaired and non hearing impaired actors playing tje same part simultaneously on stage. SPRING AWAKENING. Hyped to see Marley Matlin...

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Old school theatre opened in 1926 and revived in 1960. Beautiful and glorious."Peter and the Starcatcher" set is nicely put together design making...

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Brooks Atkinson Theatre was founded in 1992, and is located at 256 W 47th St in New York. Additional information is available at www.brooksatkinsontheater.com or by contacting James Mayo at (212) 719-4099.

Brooks Atkinson Theatre is located at 256 W 47 @8th Ave, New York, NY. This location is in the Chelsea neighborhood. This business specializes in Theatre.

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Fun Fact

During the 1950s, this space was a television studio. You might catch some of the shows that happened here at the Museum of Television and Radio.

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Given that the orchestra section doesn't extend far past the wings (and has a steep incline to boot), your view will be good if you stay in the lower half of the house.

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