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Stephen Sondheim Theatre New York

About the Stephen Sondheim Theatre

The Stephen Sondheim Theatre stands on the site of Henry Miller’s Theatre, which first opened in 1918. In 1998, it was renovated by Roundabout Theatre Company as a home for Cabaret (the production later transferred to Studio 54 Theatre), with the venue officially being renamed after musical icon Stephen Sondheim for his 80th birthday in 2010.

The modern Stephen Sondheim Theatre has undergone extensive renovation to make it accessible for all patrons, and enjoys its status as the first LEED-certified Broadway venue, showcasing a commitment to environmental sustainability in its design. Its exterior retains the original façade of architect H. C. Ingalls’ neo-classical design, however, making it a perfect combination of tradition and innovation.

As Henry Miller’s Theatre, the venue has seen shows including Our Town (1938), Under Milk Wood (1957), Cabaret (1988), and Urinetown (2001). Since reopening under its current name, shows including the Tony Award-nominated revival of Anything Goes (2011), Beautiful: The Carole King Musical and Mrs. Doubtfire have played to packed-out audiences.

Know Before You Go
• An elevator serves every level of the theater
• Restrooms are in the Mezzanine and lower lounge
• Bag checks may be in operation

Map and Address

124 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036

The Stephen Sondheim Theatre is located at 124 West 43rd Street, in the center of New York’s famous Broadway district. There are plenty of hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions within easy walking distance, including Times Square and the New York Public Library. For visitors to New York, the theater is perfectly located after a day of sightseeing, with buses and subway stations all nearby.
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