Shubert Theatre
Shubert Theatre
Shubert Theatre

Shubert Theatre Tours and Tickets

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The Shubert Theatre stands in the heart of New York City’s Theater District, near Times Square. A landmark for theatergoers and sightseers, with its Venetian Renaissance–style facade and elegant interior, the 1,502-seat playhouse has hosted multiple hit musicals and plays.

  • 225 W. 44th St., New York City, New York, 10036

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Max_L, May 2022
The tour is good and the guide is very good. We are from argentina And that complicated us a little.
Bptkids, Dec 2021
Best Experience Ever
Patrick was wonderful! So much knowledge of Broadway. We learned so much that one would never learn unless on a private trip like this. Well worth the money spent. Thank you Patrick!
Chris_P, Mar 2021
Great experience!
Patrick has an excellent storytelling persona and interjected some great stories with information about the theaters. He went above and beyond!!
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Q:Is there a dress code for Shubert Theatre?
A:No, there’s no dress code at the Shubert Theatre in New York City. Most Broadway theaters have ditched their dress codes, so you’ll see theater-goers in everything from jeans to evening attire. If you’re attending a special performance, though—such as first previews or opening nights—plan to dress up a bit.
Q:How much are Shubert Theatre tickets in NYC?
A:The cheapest Shubert Theatre tickets go for as little as US$20, but that’s a major deal. Average Broadway show prices are around US$125, while great seats for a hot show cost hundreds of dollars. Unless you’re trying for same-day tickets, it’s generally best to book well in advance.
Q:What is the best Broadway show to see first?
A:Consider a classic: If you’re booking your first-ever Broadway show, look for a time-tested performance such as The Lion King,The Book of Mormon, or Wicked. Any show that’s won a Tony Award is a safe bet—the prestigious awards are the Oscars of musical theater.
Q:Is orchestra or mezzanine better for the Shubert Theatre?
A:Like most Broadway theaters, the Shubert Theatre has three seating categories; choose between orchestra, mezzanine, or balcony. Orchestra seats are closer to the stage, while sitting in the mezzanine offers wider, slightly elevated views of the entire scene. Balcony seats are less expensive, but you’ll be farther from the action.
Q:How old is the Shubert Theatre?
A:The Shubert Theatre was built in 1910: Both its facade and its Italian Renaissance interior are considered New York City landmarks. That’s one reason the Shubert Theatre is an included stop on many Broadway tours, which combine sightseeing with the lore, legends, and ghosts associated with the “Great White Way.”
Q:Where do you park for Shubert Theatre shows in NYC?
A:Street parking is limited in New York City’s Theater District, where the Shubert Theatre is located. Public transit is generally the best option, but there is also paid parking in a long list of lots. The closest parking garage to the Shubert Theatre is Icon Parking on West 45th Street.