The Majestic Theatre opened in 1927 and was the last of six theaters built by the Chanin Brothers. It was the largest Broadway theater of its day, with 1,800 seats, and was primarily used to house musical comedies and revues.
The theater was purchased by the Shuberts during the Great Depression and has been part of the organization ever since. The building’s interior and exterior were designated as New York City landmarks in 1987.
Other notesHandicap AccessibleYesHearing AssistanceYesCapacity1607
- A wheelchair accessible restroom (unisex) is available. Additional restrooms are located one flight up and two flights down. A pay phone is located in the lobby.
- There are no steps into the theatre from the sidewalk.
- Air Conditioned
- Wheelchair Seating Available
- Assisted listening system available