Palace Theatre

Palace Theatre

1564 Broadway (at the corner of 7th Avenue and 47th Street), New York, NY 10036

The Palace Theatre was designed by Kirchoff and Rose, and funded by vaudeville entrepreneur Martin Beck. The Palace Theatre officially opened on Mar. 24, 1913, and became a prime destination for vaudeville acts.

During the Great Depression, it became the RKO Palace and primarily hosted radio recordings and functioned as a cinema.

In 1965, the Nederlander Organization purchased the property from RKO and returned it to a traditional theatre, re-opening on Jan. 29, 1966 with the original premiere of the musical Sweet Charity.

Palace Theatre Seating Plan
Palace Theatre Seating Plan
Palace Theatre Map and Travel Info
Nearest subway station: 
49th Street station
Subway lines: 
N, R & W trains