John Golden Theatre

252 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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About the Venue

The John Golden Theatre opened in 1927 under its original name, The Theatre Masque. It was one of six theaters built by the Chanin Brothers and was designed by Herbert J. Krapp to house intimate plays. In 1937 it was renamed for the theatrical producer John Golden. The John Golden has since changed hands to The Shubert Organization. The venue has been most successful with small dramatic plays and one-man shows

Concessions

One bar located on the Lower Level.

Know Before You Go

Entrance
Double doors in 2 sets. First set is automatic doors with slight incline to the second set of doors.
Water Fountain
Available in the Lower Lounge in the restrooms.
Hearing Assistance
Reservations not necessary for assisted listening devices, but can be made by calling Sound Associates at 212.582.7678.
Elevators and Escalators
This theater does not have elevators or escalators.
Wheelchair Access
Four ADA Compliant seats with companion seating, transfer options are available.
Restrooms
Women and Men's Room in Lower Lounge. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms available off-premises. Assistance provided.
Accessible Seating
Four ADA compliant viewing locations with companion seating, transfers available. 9 row end seats with folding armrests.
Coat Check
This theater does not provide coat check.

Now Playing

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