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Home to Hand to God
Small theater. Good view even at the last row of mezzanine
Hand to God was not what you expect and more than you bargained for. It is amazing! It is funny, obscene, desperate, upsetting, and leaves you with a moral dilemma to ponder as you leave the theater.
Hand to God. Best thing to happen to Broadway since BOM
The theater's 783-seat auditorium was intended to provide an intimate setting for dramatic and comedy plays. It opened on October 16, 1913, with Arnold Bennett's play The Great Adventure.
Architect Henry B. Herts designed the Booth and its companion Shubert Theatre as a back-to-back pair sharing a Venetian Renaissance-style façade
Bradley Cooper is outstanding as The Elephant Man!!!
See The Glass Menagerie now! Some of the most phenomenal acting I've ever seen.
The seats are elevated such that no one's ever blocking your view.
Go see Glass Menagerie!!!
Bring down jacket because it's freezing in here!
Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf!
The theatre was named for Edwin Booth, brother of John Wilkes Booth. Yeah, THAT John Wilkes Booth.
Second act so much better than first.
Go to the restroom before the performance. The lines are massive at intermission
If you’re coming here on a cold or wet evening, make sure you’re suitable prepared to brave the elements as the lobby is practically non-existent.
Great show-See it...The End.
Other Desert Cities-- great writing, great performances
Try to catch Kathleen Turner on stage in 'High' before it closes.
Closing on 4/24. Catch it while you can.
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Next to Normal is a fantastic show!! Fabulous singers! Amazing set as well!! Go see it!!
"Next to Normal" was absolutely fantastic!
Amazing show. Fast paced. Good music. Terrific actors
Next to Normal is incredible. Pulitzer-Prize-winning musical, what what! Check out review at www.stage-rush.com.
See the musical Next to Normal. Cry until you run out of kleenex.
Go see Next to Normal on Broadway. Wait for Alice Ripley at the stage door and tell her she's fierce.