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Richard Rodgers Theatre New York - New York, NY
Richard Rodgers Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 226 West 46th Street, New York City. It has a seating capacity of around 1,319. Richard Rodgers Theatre first opened to the general public in 1925. The theatre was sold to different authorities after the original owner, Irwin Chanin, sold it to Shuberts. Currently, the Nederlander Organization owns and operates the venue. Irwin Chanin designed the architecture of the Richard Rodger Theatre. Major renovations were done to the venue in the year 2006.
The theatre has housed around eleven Tony Award-winning plays and musicals, which are more than any other theatre on Broadway. Richard Rodgers Theatre is the first of its kind to feature Chanin's "democratic" seating plan. The theatre hosts several hit musicals and Broadway.
The theatre has an enormous production history of plays and musicals on Broadway. The Greenwich Village Follies, Good News, Dark of the Moon, Finian's Rainbow, Guys and Dolls, Ondine, The Bad Seed, Damn Yankees, Redhead, Raisin, Chicago, Nine, Fences, Lost in Yonkers, How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, Steel Pier, Footloose, Seussical, 45 Seconds From Broadway, Tarzan, and Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo are some of the top Broadway productions at the theatre. A record-making production at the box office "Hamilton" is known to be the best Broadway Production at Richard Rodgers Theatre.
You can get your hands on tickets for the upcoming events at the Richard Richard Rodgers Theatre Broadway from the Box office, Monday through Saturday; 10.00 AM to 8.00 PM and Sunday; 12.00 PM to 6.00 PM. You can also visit TicketsOnSale.com to buy tickets online.