This website uses cookies. If you continue to use the site, your agreement will result in cookies being set.

Belasco Theatre

Belasco Theatre

Address
111 West 44th Street, New York, NY, 10036
Capacity
1018 people

About

The Belasco Theatre originally opened as the Stuyvesant Theatre on October 16, 1907 with a production of A Grand Army Man. The Belasco Theatre was designed by George Keister for impresario David Belasco, who renamed the theatre for himself in 1910.

The first production to be staged under the theatre's new name was The Lily, an adaptation by Belasco of Leroux's Le Lys. In 1931, the theatre was leased to Katherine Cornell, and the Shubert Organization purchased it in 1948. From 1949 to 1953, the building was leased to NBC for broadcasting, before it was once again used as a traditional theatre.

The Belasco, located on 44th St. near the corner of Sixth Avenue, is the easternmost Broadway theatre.

How to get to the Belasco Theatre on Broadway

The Belasco Theatre is nearest to the 42nd Street - Bryant Park subway stop on the B, D, F, M, and 7 lines. There are also two bus stops near the theatre, accessible by multiple bus lines: 6th Ave/W 44th St. on the M55, QM2, QM3, QM4, QM15, QM16, QM17, QM18, and QM20 lines; and 6th Ave/West 45th St. on the QM1, QM5, QM6, M5, and M7 lines.

Restaurants near the Belasco Theatre

Popular restaurants near the Belasco Theatre include Junior's (American), Carmine's (Italian), Havana Central (Cuban), and Connolly's Irish pub. Learn more about popular pre- and post-show restaurants in the Theatre District.

Seating plan

Map and travel info

Belasco Theatre111 West 44th Street, New York, NY, 10036
Get directions
Nearest Subway Station42nd Street - Bryant Park