Neil Simon Theatre
250 W 52nd St (btwn Broadway & 8th Ave)
New York, NY 10019
- First called the Alvin Theater, this structure was built in 1926-27 to the design of Herbert J. Krapp. Several Gershwin productions debuted here & it became an interior & exterior landmark in 1985.
- Ethel Merman, Lucille Ball, and Liza Minelli all made their Broadway debuts at this theater.
- You must see Catch me if you can! Great musical!
- sit in the mezz. half the price and you can still see it all.
- Bryan Cranston is electric in All the Way. He clearly relishes the role and keeps the audience laughing. His full-throttle performance is one of the best I ever saw on Broadway.
- Bryan Cranston- all the way!!
- Say hi to the kung fu master Eddie or the crazy cat lady Katie (they're both ushers)
- We watched Cats. The show was great but the background music was from a tape n after the show the staff was quite unfriendly to get you out as quick as possible...
- Beautiful theater. We were first row mezzanine with our eleven year old granddaughter and the view was perfect.
- Great atmosphere. Works really well for Cats, which is fabulous!
- The structure and architecture of this theatre is amazing. The musical gigi is the complementary and perfect match for Neil Simon. Go go go
- The Last Ship w/Mr. H
- LAST SHIP - STING
- For a big show, go for mezz seats! There's too much to see it all from orchestra.
- Bryan Cranston
- It's still early in the production, but Bryan Cranston is at his finest. The cast is phenomenal and bring such dynamism on stage. I have great respect for the effort spent passing Civil Rights Act.
- I can't emphasize enough how wonderful this show is. Amazing acting from the entire cast. Being huge Breaking Bad fans, my husband and I stayed after to meet Bryan Cranston. NICEST man EVER! =)
- All the Way featuring Bryan Cranston.
- Big Fish is AMAZING! Better than the movie, a HuGE compliment bcus I LOVED the film. Just as visual, creative and innovative. As informative as the book, which I HAD to read after seeing the Broadway!
- I enjoyed Big Fish, but the seat was very uncomfortable. My seat was L111 of the balcony - right up against the railing. It didn't leave room for my feet and hurt to sit there. I'm of average height.