Visited here for the last weekend run of Arthur Miller's _The Price_. Great show, made all the better by a gorgeous b'way location. Ushers were great, upstairs lounge was lovely.
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This is nice Broadway theater. Saw The Price there recently. The view from the balcony (row C) was good. My only quibble is the layout of the balcony seating. There is no center aisle; just long rows of seats that you enter at one end...More
Finally was able to get a lottery seat for this fabulous Broadway show with a more remarkable cast. The theater itself don't have the most comfortable seats, not much leg room, but thankfully I had a seat on the end which was nice, staff could...More
Let alone The Price by Arthur Miller with Mark Ruffalo and Danny DeVito starring, a beautiful theatrical production, but the theater itself and its merits are worth mentioning. Next year the theater, first opened as Selwyn Theatre in 1918, will celebrate its centenary. The interior...More
re the theater, don't sit in mez aisle a. you'll look at a bar all night, trying to scoot up/down just to see the players on the stage. re the play, i saw the cherry orchard with diane lane. 2 things: 1. the play is...More
My mother and I saw Long Days Journey Into Night here in June and we had a wonderful experience. The cafe upstairs is a nice place to sit while waiting for the doors to open; they currently have the names of every actor ever featured...More
We saw A Long Days Journey into Night with Jessica Lange. The theater was comfortable, but for this specific play, the front row was WAY too close. Looking up at such a sharp angle, especially for nearly 4 hours - yes, the play was almost...More
This is a beautiful and well organized venue with friendly staff. The theatre is small and intimate so even if you get seats to the side or upstairs, you'd still be close. Because the celebrity series was cut due to the show's long runtime, they...More
A terrific production of "Long Day's Journey Into Night" with an excellent cast and great staging. Don't know how the actors manage that level of intensity night after night. Awe-inspiring. Go see it if you can!