Barrymore Theatre

Row 1

243 W 47th St (btwn Broadway & 8th Ave)
New York, NY 10036
(212) 239-6200
Mon–Sat: 10:00 AM–8:00 PM Sun: Noon–6:00 PM

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  • the curious incident is such an incredible play. try and buy a ticket for a prime number seat, and stay for the post-play closing scene. get tickets at
  • We love the seriously old school atmosphere and that theres literally not a bad seat in this landmarked theater. Be warned that the lobby is small and the AC is potent.
  • Hilton Als on Mike Nicholss revival of Harold Pinter's "Betrayal": "Whats more erotic than a secret? And if that secret is revealed, is the affair de-eroticized?"
  • CHAPLIN on Broadway!! GO, RUN, DON'T WALK!!
  • Definitely a classic. Lots of charm and small enough to see & hear it all on stage. I saw Daniel Craig in "Betrayal", so frankly any old place would do, but this theater was delightful!!
  • Row E in the front mezz has extra leg room, recommended for tall folks on a budget :)
  • curious incident was amazing
  • Gorgeous old theatre. Great seats everywhere. Curious case was wonderful- high tech set and awesome curtain call math proof!
  • Curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. Make sure to stay afterwards to catch him explaining how he solves the math problem.
  • Bar is in the basement
  • Go see it!
  • Love curious incident so much!!!
  • The show was fantastic
  • The curious incident of the dog is one of the best plays I've ever seen. It's staging, lighting, narrative structure and performances were all unbelievable. Don't miss this
  • Daniel Craig says hi!
  • The set design was impressive!
  • Bring your own agua. 5 bucks a pop here.
  • watch out for the cell phone Nazi, who is quite diligent about making you turn it off.
  • All seats are great here :)
  • Six Degrees of Separation is absolutely excellent. Rush tickets are just $32 and quite easy to come by!