Broadway Photo Album

Broadway Shows

Reviews by Virginia Eden

Reviews by Tim Nemceff

(The League of American
Theatres and Producers, Inc.)

Ellis Nassour
“Antoinette Perry, the Tony’s forgotten namesake, Remembered.”

Sam Norkin,
Theatrical Artist


How to get tickets to Broadway Shows
House Seats, etc.

Organizations of interest
Kathleen Fish:
“Here's why you should join an Association.”

Ed Hendricks
Motivational Speaker
and Workshop Leader

League for the Hard of Hearing

Robust Health
“Rong-Bao Lu, M.D. is a doctor you should know!”


“Steven Schram is a Chiropractor you should know.”

Abstracts, Musing & Quotations
Mother Theresa:
“People Are People”

Friends Of Psychology logo
“…Don’t curse the darkness,
light a candle!”

What’s News in the World of Theatre

Broadway's New York Theatre District is located between 6th and 8th Avenues from West 41st Street (Nederlander Theatre) to West 54th Street (Studio 54). The district goes across 8th Avenue at 45th Street to include the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. However the Vivian Beaumont & Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatres are part of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts located on West 65th Street.

Please Note: the theatres' box-offices do not answer phone calls. You need to phone either Tele-Charge or Ticketmaster and tell them your discount code. They are the official organizations selling tickets to Broadway shows...

or if it is mentioned on the website offerings you may be able to print out the page of codes and bring it to the box office for your discounted theatre tickets or follow other instructions on how to get your discounted tickets.
(212) 239-6200 / (800) 432-7250
TeleCharge and Shubert Ticketing Services are a division of The Shubert Organization Inc.

(212) 307-4100 / (800) 755-4000

Theatres Information and Seating Plans

Click the link below to visit the NYC Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting.
You will arrive at an alphabetical list of Broadway Theatres, including their addresses, telephone numbers, descriptions and website addresses.

Each of the organizations listed below have unique requirements enabling you to take advantage of their offerings:

Groups & Organizations

School Theatre Ticket Program (
The School Theatre Ticket Program provides Discount Coupons to Musicals and Plays, On and Off-Broadway, ALSO Events at Lincoln Center (including Opera and Ballet) and other events in New York City. You may qualify to receive a quantity of Discount Coupons for your members if your organization is one of the following: Public, Private, Religious Schools, & other Educational Facilities. ALSO Camp and Non-profit Organizations.
There is no fee or cost to your organization.
Contact: School Theatre Ticket Program
1560 Broadway Suite 1113 (also known as: 165 West 46th Street)
New York, NY 10036 (212) 354-4722 (Mon.-Fri. 11am–5pm)
Fax: (212) 575-4740 / e-mail:

Here’s where you Walk In to pick up “two-fers” and other coupons for your discounts at the box office:

Times Square Information Center
Sponsored by the Times Square Alliance (
Open 8am-8pm / seven days a week
On 7th Avenue / Broadway between 46th & 47th Street.
On the east side of the street, across from TKTS booth.
There are seats within this Center where you can rest while reading your brochures and your other literature. Information desk with tourist counselors and hundreds of free brochures. Ask the counselor for two-fers and other discount coupons.

NYC’s Official Visitor Information Center (
810 7th Avenue between 52nd Stret & 53rd Street / (212) 484-1222
There are seats within this Center where you can rest while reading your brochures and other literature. (8:30am–5pm)

NYC & Company, formerly known as The New York Convention & Visitors Bureau is New York City's official tourism marketing organization.
It was formed in January 1999 as the result of a merger of the New York Convention & Visitors Bureau (founded in 1935) with New Yorkers for New York: the Permanent Host Committee. It is the city's official tourism marketing organization. As a private, membership-based, non-profit organization, it is dedicated to marketing the city on a world wide basis promoting tourism, convention development and major events.

Here’s where you have online access for website discounts

Season Of Savings (
The Season of Savings program is presented twice a year by Broadway Producers to encourage tri-state residents to attend the theatre. Introduced in 2001, the campaign has sold more than 200,000 tickets and over 12 million dollars in ticket sales.
Click on the name of the show. A discount coupon will appear.
Also ALSO register your e-mail and receive year-'round updates at no charge.

Broadway Box (
At the left of the page enter your e-mail for free membership. Also, scroll to the left side of the page and click-on “Broadway” for a list of shows that have discount codes.

Here's where you get Employee Discounts

New York City Employees
NYC Mayor's Office of Film, Television and Broadcasting in cooperation with the Theatre Development Fund's Membership Program offers deeply discounted tickets to shows for NYC employees for their first year’s membership fee of only $20 instead of $25. Write for application form and mention that you are a city employee:
Send self-addressed stamped envelope to:
TDF membership / 1501 Broadway, 21st floor, New York, NY 10036-5652

TDF / Theatre Development Fund (
Write for membership application form / Send self-addressed stamped envelope to:
TDF membership / 1501 Broadway, 21st floor, New York, NY 10036-5652
   Since its creation in 1968, TDF has filled 63 million seats with subsidy support for over 700 plays and returned over 1.1 billion dollars to theatre, dance and music organizations. Membership includes over 80,000 theatre-goers. You are eligible for membership if you belong to one of the following groups: full-time student, full-time teacher, union member, senior citizen, civil service employee, staff member of not-for-profit organization, performing arts professional, member of the armed forces and clergy. $25 membership fee.
Members have access to website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to buy tickets to shows.

Here’s where you Stand On Line to buy discounted theater tickets at up to 50% discount for the same day of performance.
Cash or travellers checks, no credit cards.

TKTS / Operated by Theatre Development Fund

* Duffy Square, 47th Street & Broadway. (Under construction / to open December 2008)
Monday through Saturday for evening performance / 3pm to 7pm
Wednesday and Saturday for matinee performance / 10am to 2pm

* South Street Seaport / 199 Water Street / corner of Front & John Street
Monday to Saturday 11am to 6pm / Sunday 11am to 3:30pm

Please note:
Broadway Theatres Contact Directory is offered only for information purposes and does not endorse any of the organizations listed within its pages. PR Services and/or PR Services Group are not responsible for errors or omissions and/or any disappointments or monetary loss which may result from your contact with any or all of the websites or organizations listed within these pages, or with the results of any transaction with any of the individuals or organizations offering discounts to any of its shows. Your use of information from Broadway Theatres Contacts Directory and/or Broadway Theatre Newsletter is your acceptance of responsiblility for any and all results of any transactions you may enter.