Music Box Theatre — New York, NY

Overview

The Music Box was opened in 1921 by producer Sam H. Harris and composer Irving Berlin to showcase a series of Berlin’s “Music Box Revues.” Heralded on more than one occasion as the “best looking house on Broadway,” this 87-year-old venue has only been home to legitimate theater—unlike many of its neighbors.

 To this day, The Music Box is co-owned by Irving Berlin’s estate along with the Shubert Organization.

Other notes

Handicap AccessibleYesHearing AssistanceYesCapacity1025
  • A wheelchair accessible restroom is available on the main floor. Additional restrooms are up one flight and down one flight. A pay phone and water fountain are located in the lobby.
  • There are no steps into the theatre from the sidewalk.
  • Air Conditioned
  • Wheelchair Seating Available
  • Assisted listening system available