Over the years, the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in Manhattan has hosted many notable productions, including musicals and plays such as Kiss Me, Kate, Into the Woods , Moulin Rouge! and Kinky Boots. Located at 302 West 45th Street, the Al Hirschfeld Theatre is one of five theaters that is owned by Jujamcyn Theatres. Prior to 2003, it was known as the Martin Beck Theatre. The theater reached a box office record when Kinky Boots took in $2,247,240 over nine shows in December 2013. Its architectural styles are Moorish and Byzantine, and it is considered one of New York's landmarks. The best Al Hirschfeld Theatre tickets are available at StubHub.
What is the Al Hirschfeld Theatre's seating capacity?
The Al Hirschfeld Theatre's seating capacity is 1,424, making it an intimate Broadway theater.
What is there to do nearby?
Since the theater is in Manhattan, the city is your playground. Shop, eat and see the sights. People-watch in Times Square, grab a bite at the Hard Rock CafŽ, view beautiful and unique paintings at the Institute of Contemporary Art or visit the statues in Central Park. With numerous options, the choice is yours.
What seating sections does the theater have?
All the seats on the theater's main floor are in the Orchestra section. Up one flight of stairs are the Mezzanine seats. All staircases have handrails; however, the venue does not have an elevator. Ushers will help direct you to your seat prior to the performance.
What are the Al Hirschfeld Theatre food and drink options?
All levels of the Al Hirschfeld Theatre have fully-stocked bars, which offer have snacks, cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages for hungry audience members. Food and drink purchased in-house are allowed in the theater itself.
Is there a coat check?
For $3 an item, you can store your large bags and coats at the coat check near the Orchestra lobby and pick them up once the show is over.
Are there souvenirs?
Remember your time at the theater with a souvenir, which you can find at the merchandise booths. There are booths on each level, and they sell clothing, programs and other show-specific merchandise. Bring cash if you want to buy something, as cards may not be accepted.
How old do patrons have to be to enter the venue?
Guest must be over four years of age to enter the venue, but it is up to parents and guardians to determine whether the show is appropriate for young children. It is recommended that they check the show's website and call the box office to get an idea for each show's appropriateness.Back to Top
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