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Puerto Rican Traveling Theater

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The Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, seated in Manhattan, was a firehouse before becoming a popular Off-Broadway venue known for musicals, plays, and concerts.
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Puerto Rican Traveling Theater location and directions

Puerto Rican Traveling Theater

304 West 47th Street, New York, NY, United States, 10036

About Puerto Rican Traveling Theater

Located in the Hell’s Kitchen area of Manhattan, the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater (also known as the 47th Street Theatre) is an Off-Broadway venue with a 196-seat capacity.

Once utilized as a firehouse, the building later housed the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater company. From 2007, it gained popularity as a theatre as the home of the popular Forbidden Broadway musical parody revues.

Spamilton transferred into the theatre in June 2017, partly due to its proximity to Broadway’s Richard Rodgers Theatre — the home of the smash hit musical Hamilton, which Spamilton spoofs. The show ended its run there in 2018, and the venue now hosts a variety of musicals, plays, and concerts inspired by Puerto Rican culture.

How to get to the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater off Broadway

The Puerto Rican Traveling Theater is closest to the 50th St. subway stop on the C and E line. The closest bus stop is 8 Av./W 46 St. on the M20 and M104 lines.

Puerto Rican Traveling Theater seating plan

Puerto Rican Traveling Theater seating plan

Past events at Puerto Rican Traveling Theater

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