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Belasco Theatre

111 W. 44th St. New York, NY 10036 | West 40s | 212-239-6200

Location Description:

Opened in 1907 by David Belasco, the Shubert Organization has since procured this historic venue in located the heart of the Theater District. Past productions have ranged in character from The Rocky Horror Show (1975) to Julius Caesar (2005), but today the intimate neo-Georgian style theater is a Broadway standard, having been recently restored to its original grandeur in 2010. It features three levels of seating with select wheelchair-accessible spots. The Belasco is located about two blocks from both Rockefeller Center and Times Square, and is a short walk over from Grand Central Station and Port Authority Bus Terminal.

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