The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden boasts 5,500 seats.
Madison Square Garden opened its doors to the public in 1968. The theatre within the complex was originally named the Felt Forum after then-president Irving Michell Felt. However, under the management of Paramount Communications in the early 1990s, the theatre was rechristened the Paramount Theater, as the original Paramount Theatre in Times Square had recently shuttered and been transformed into an office tower.
By the mid-1990s, after Viacom acquired Paramount, the venue was once again renamed to The Theater at Madison Square Garden. From 2007 to 2009, under the sponsorship of Washington Mutual, the theatre was known as the WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden. After the collapse of Washington Mutual in 2009, it reverted back to the name of The Theater at Madison Square Garden until Hulu signed a new sponsorship deal in 2018. The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden typically hosts a holiday-themed show each December.
The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden is closest to the 34th Street - Penn Station subway stop on the A, C, E, 1, 2, and 3 lines. The closest bus stops are W 34 St./8 Av. on the M34-SBS and M34A-SBS lines and 8 Av./W 34 St. on the M20 line.