Music Box Theatre

Music Box Theatre

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Theater District, New York
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  • Margo D.
    "Jerusalem is amazing!"(3 Tips)
    kristien d.
    "Lend me a tenor was hysterical!"(4 Tips)
    Robert M.
    ""Shuffle along" needs some work as a production."(2 Tips)
    Jim M.
    "The last row mezzanine seat is still very close."(3 Tips)
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  • Jole P.
    Jole PJune 28
    Such a cute theater. Saw shuffle along there and the staff were so nice in getting us good seats from standing room
  • Ornella C.
    Great show
  • Robert M.
    Theater is a good intimate space! "Shuffle along" needs some work as a production.
  • Melissa
    MelissaJanuary 25
    Seats. They cram you in like you are on an airplane.
  • Carolyn
    CarolynJanuary 9
    Don't miss King Charles III at Music Box! Amazing show!
  • Nicole S.
    Nicole SDecember 5, 2015
    Front of mezz is worth it if you can get a discount ticket. But it's overall a nice small house.
  • Norman E.
    Norman EllisOctober 13, 2015
    My favorite seats in the house are any in Row O in the orch. The seats are a bit elevated and provide an unobstructed sightline. You won't worry about the person in front of you blocking your view.
  • Carol K.
    Carol KrolMay 2, 2015
    Heidi Chronicles with Sue-z
  • TKTS Booths
    TKTS BoothsApril 1, 2015
    The Heidi Chronicles were written by Wendy Wasserstein who co-founded TDF Open Doors. Read more
  • Trae F.
    Trae FMarch 28, 2015
    The Heidi Chronicles!
  • Pat D.
    Pat DwyerFebruary 20, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    A fine old house with terrific seating in the mezzanine for full view of the stage.
  • Ailie C.
    Ailie ChangJanuary 28, 2015
    I saw Pippin at this theater and sat in Row L and had a great view. The theatre has an intimate atmosphere since it's a bit older. Seats and rows are a bit cramped so I hope you're not super tall.
  • Harumi U.
    Harumi UAugust 24, 2014
    Pippin is currently put on here. Baseline choreography is very Fosse-esque but this production is somewhat modernized. They involve audience from time to time. A lot of fun.
  • EatMeDrinkMeNYC
    EatMeDrinkMeNYCMay 7, 2014
    Pippin is not to be confused with Peregrin Took, son of Paladin, from The Lord of the Rings.
  • Marco L.
    Marco LienhardDecember 4, 2013
    Check theater mania for discount tickets
  • Alex P.
    Alex PavOctober 6, 2013
    Rush tickets for 35 $, be there at 8 am if you want to get them
  • Shayan H.
    Shayan HooshmandAugust 8, 2013
    First row mezzanine seats are FANTASTIC! And make sure you catch Pippin. The greatest show I've seen on Broadway yet. Patina Miller is FABULOUS.
  • Christopher M.
    Pippin was great. An amazing show.
  • Jeanne S.
    Looking forward to a "new for me" Broadsay Show!!
  • Chris G.
    Chris GJune 4, 2013
    Small theatre every seat is a good one.
  • Briana M.
    Briana MagistroMay 4, 2013
    Mezzanine is great! ;)
  • Maxwell H.
    Maxwell HaddadApril 27, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Even the last row if the mezz is a great seat. Small, lovely theatre.
  • Zach B.
    Zach BotkinApril 21, 2013
    Pippin is breathtaking! Definitely worth the trip in!
  • Ethan H.
    Ethan HalpernMarch 25, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    PIPPIN is the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Nat H.
    Nat HarwardDecember 30, 2012
    Dead Accounts: Cincinnati represent!
  • Concert Ticket Agency
    Concert Ticket AgencyAugust 26, 2012
    One of the smallest Broadway theaters, try to get a box seat if you can, they are the most unique on all of Broadway. Humphrey Bogart once graced this very stage!
  • Tom M.
    Tom MortonJune 13, 2012
    Make sure that James Corden doesn't set you on fire by accident
  • Kelsey C.
    Kelsey CookeMay 11, 2012
    Rush tickets for "One Man, Two Governors", $30 when box office opens at 10am. We got here at 8:20 and were 3rd in line!
  • JenKudu
    JenKuduApril 28, 2012
    Great seats throughout all of the house! Sat in the last row with no complaints :))
  • Nicole H.
    Nicole HApril 18, 2012
    The only bar is in basement. They also don't stock any ice for your drinks. (boooooo!)
  • Dave A.
    Dave AriFebruary 17, 2012
    Shatner on broadway. Beam me up.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupJanuary 23, 2012
    The atmosphere is as close to an old-time movie theater as you can get – which means the seats are a bit cramped but each one has a great view!
  • Sharon B.
    Sharon BingleDecember 12, 2011
    Kim...awesome...beautiful...
  • Jim M.
    Jim McDermottJuly 30, 2011
    Very intimate theater. The last row mezzanine seat is still very close.
  • Margo D.
    Margo DonohueJuly 10, 2011
    Jerusalem is amazing!
  • Marcie G.
    Like the theatre, hated the Play. Read more
  • Boberto P.
    Boberto PatricioJune 8, 2011
    $26 rush @10
  • Broadway Direct
    Broadway DirectApril 28, 2011
    Mark Rylance delivers a can't miss performance in 'Jerusalem.'
  • Joe H.
    Joe HarrellApril 23, 2011
    If you're wondering what other theatre to see on the Broadway and off, check out NYC ARTS online and on the iPhone. Read more
  • Joe H.
    Joe HarrellApril 15, 2011
    The concessions at Jerusalem has cups you can tske to your seat
  • Broadway L.
    Broadway LeagueDecember 17, 2010
    For all your Broadway show needs, check out ilovenytheater.com, or come see me at the Broadway Concierge and Ticket Center at the Times Square Visitor Center (B'way & 47th). See you there!
  • Luis!
    Luis!November 21, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    Get a drink from the hot bartender at the Music Box!
  • Santiago R.
    Santiago RiveraJuly 30, 2010
    Make sure you catch Lend Me A Tenor before it closes on August 15! Such a good show!
  • Dawn W.
    Dawn WallanderMay 12, 2010
    Spit takes during Lend Me a Tenor ... reach up & grab a little wax fruit why don't you!
  • kristien d.
    kristien del ferraroApril 25, 2010
    Seats are tight but even the balcony is an excellent view! Lend me a tenor was hysterical!
  • HISTORY
    HISTORYApril 13, 2010
    This theatre was built in 1921 by Irving Berlin & Sam Harris. Its longest running play was Deathtrap in 1978 in which actress Merian Seldes never missed one of the 1,609 performances.
  • Ryan P.
    Ryan PointerMarch 17, 2010
    See Lend me a Tenor!
  • Alan x.
    Alan x el mundo6 days ago
    Dear Evan Hansen es de las mejores obras que he visto. Conmovedora hasta la médula y la actuación de Ben Platt ESPECTACULAR
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