Nederlander Theatre

208 W. 41st Street
New York, NY 10036
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About the Venue

The Nederlander Theatre opened in 1921 under the name The National Theatre. It was built by Walter C. Jordan and designed by architect William Neil Smith. In 1959, it was renamed the Billy Rose Theatre and briefly in 1979 as the Trafalgar Theatre.

In 1980 it was named after David T. Nederlander and is still owned by the Nederlander organization. Some of the famous shows that have played this theater include Rent, Cyrano de Bergerac, Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music and Newsies.


One bar on the Orchestra, Mezzanine, and Third Floor level where refreshments can be purchased. Beverages permitted in auditorium. Bars begin serving 30 minutes before performance.

Know Before You Go

Entrance is on West 41st Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue.
Hearing Assistance
Headsets for augmentation available at theatre, ID Required as deposit. Personal induction loop devices also available with ID.
Elevators and Escalators
This theater does not have elevators or escalators.
Wheelchair Access
Wheelchair accessible seats available in the Orchestra, can purchase one wheelchair seat and up to 3 companion seats pending availability.
Men's and Women's Room located in the Mezzanine.
Accessible Seating
Wheelchair, vision and hearing disabled seating available in Orchestra. Limited mobility in Orchestra and Mezzanine (aisle transfer seats).
Coat Check
This theater does not provide coat check.

Now Playing

The Who's Tommy

This epic rock opera, featuring the music of The Who, returns to Broadway following an acclaimed run in Chicago.

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