Palace Theatre

Row 1

1564 Broadway (at W 47th St)
New York, NY 10036
(212) 730-8200
Theater, Performing Arts, Entertainment

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  • "Was I the only person in the audience, I wondered, who wasn't buying the candid carrottop's buoyant ballyhoo?" John Lahr reviews "Annie," dir. James Lapine, 11/19/2012:
  • One word: FUN
  • Do yourself a favor and GO SEE PRISCILLA! These folks were absolutely amazing at the 2011 NYC Pride Rally in Central Park.
  • This landmark 1913 theater is said to be haunted by Louis Borsalino, an acrobat who fell to his death during a performance here in the 1950s.
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  • You're never fully dressed without a smile.
  • Say hello to the mysterious Sondin at the front of the theatre
  • Camp Broadway saw Priscilla Queen of the Desert with an adult group. This show was so much fun!
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  • Best musical ever!
  • "Bring tissues" - anonymous 32 YO male
  • This legendary theater is now almost completely hidden by flashy billboards, but dont let this fool you! The gorgeous theater still has a marble interior, chandeliers and sense of grandeur!
  • HauntedNYC: Rumored to be haunted by an acrobat who broke his neck and died on the spot, a "ghost cellist" who still strikes a chord from below, and Judy Garland, who was last seen here.
  • West Side Story on Broadway
  • From 1913 through about 1929, the Palace attained legendary status among vaudeville performers as the flagship of the monopolistic Keith-Albee organization, and the most desired booking in the country
  • Yay Annie!!
  • Check in at Palace Theater to unlock exclusive video footage about the impact of this location on Judy Garland's life, brought to you by END OF THE RAINBOW on Broadway.
  • Must see!!
  • Beauty & the Beast was the first Broadway adaptation by Disney, based on the 1991 animated film. The musical began previews in NYC and officially opened here at the Palace on April 18, 1994
  • Great show.