Music Box Theatre

Row 1

239 W 45th St (btwn 7th & 8th Ave.)
New York, NY 10036
(212) 560-2165

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  • 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.
  • Pippin was great. An amazing show.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • See Lend me a Tenor!
  • Pippin is breathtaking! Definitely worth the trip in!
  • Make sure that James Corden doesn't set you on fire by accident
  • Get a drink from the hot bartender at the Music Box!
  • Seats. They cram you in like you are on an airplane.
  • Even the last row if the mezz is a great seat. Small, lovely theatre.
  • PIPPIN is the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Dead Accounts: Cincinnati represent!
  • $26 rush @10
  • Seats are tight but even the balcony is an excellent view! Lend me a tenor was hysterical!
  • Sat in the last row mezzanine (seat 102) for Dear Evan Hansen but my view was perfect! Great stage door experience afterwards as well (staff were great).
  • Nice lobby and could be bigger.
  • Dear Evan hansen
  • Saving Evan Hansen is incredible. This theatre is also smaller than London West End ones so you still have a great view from seats further back.
  • Dear Evan Hansen es de las mejores obras que he visto. Conmovedora hasta la mdula y la actuacin de Ben Platt ESPECTACULAR
  • Such a cute theater. Saw shuffle along there and the staff were so nice in getting us good seats from standing room