Shubert Theatre

Shubert Theatre

225 West 44th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue), New York, NY, 10036
1460 people


Designed by Henry Beaumont Herts, The Shubert Theatre was built at the same time as the adjoining Booth Theatre. The Shubert Theatre officially opened on October 21, 1913 with Caesar and Cleopatra by George Bernard Shaw.

The theatre was named after Sam S. Shubert, one of the founding brothers of the Shubert Organization, which operates 17 Broadway venues. The Shubert Theatre building still houses the organization's offices on the top floor. The Shubert Theatre is a designated New York City landmark.

How to get to the Shubert Theatre on Broadway

The Shubert Theatre is closest to the 42nd Street subway stop on the A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, 7, N, Q, R, W, and S lines. The closest bus stops are 8th Ave/W 46th St. on the M20 and M104 lines; 7th Ave/W. 44th St. on the M104 line; and 8th Ave/W 43rd St. on the M20, M104, and M34A-SBS line.

Seating plan

Map and travel info

Shubert Theatre 225 West 44th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue), New York, NY, 10036
Nearest Subway Station42nd Street - Port Authority Bus Terminal Station or Times Square - 42nd Street Station

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