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Booth Theatre

222 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
Accessible Seating
Yes
Hearing Assistance
Yes
Capacity
806

COVID-19 Safety Policies

This theatre is committed to providing healthy and safe facilities for audiences, performers, and staff. Based on CDC and state guidelines at the time of performance, protocols may include mask enforcement, increased cleaning and ventilation/filtration enhancements, vaccination or negative test verification, and more. These are subject to change. Ticket holders who do not comply with venue policies will not be admitted. Please read the full policy details here.

Theater Information

Entrance

One step into theater. Orchestra and Main Level are wheelchair accessible, Lower Level and Mezzanine are not.

Water Fountain

Water fountains are located in restrooms, accessible at 36".

Hearing Assistance

Assisted listening devices are available. An ID is required as a deposit.

Elevators and Escalators

This theater does not have elevators or escalators.

Wheelchair Access

Orchestra and Main Level are fully accessible.

Restrooms

Wheelchair accessible (unisex) restroom available on Main Level.

Accessible Seating

Seating is accessible to all parts of the Orchestra without steps. Wheelchair seating is located in the Orchestra only.

Coat Check

This theater provides coat check. No strollers or furs.

About

The Booth Theatre opened in 1913 and was designed by Henry B. Herts as a companion to The Shubert Theatre. It was named after an earlier theater which was named for actor Edwin Booth, who happened to be the brother of John Wilkes Booth.


This intimate auditorium was intended for small dramatic plays or one-man shows. It had one major restoration in 1979 and remains part of the Shubert Organization.

Late Seating Policy

Latecomers are seated at suitable breaks in the performance in conveniently reachable seat locations at the discretion of management.

Concessions

Cocktails, non-alcoholic beverages, and light snacks are available for purchase.
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