Richard Rodgers Theatre

226 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
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About the Venue

The Richard Rodgers Theatre, originally Chanin’s 46th Street Theatre, was designed by Herbert J. Krapp and built in 1925 by Irwin Chanin. The theatre currently holds the distinction of having housed the greatest number (eleven) of Tony Award-winning Best Plays and Best Musicals, more than any other theatre on Broadway.


There are three bars located on the street level of the theatre, and one on the mezzanine level. Mixed drinks, soda, and candy are available for purchase.

Know Before You Go

There are no stairs required for entrance to the theater from the street.
Water Fountain
Water fountain available in lower lounge.
Hearing Assistance
Headsets and inductive loops are available at theater. Photo ID required.
Elevators and Escalators
This theater does not have elevators or escalators.
Wheelchair Access
The theater is wheelchair accessible from the street entrance
Restrooms are available downstairs. Wheelchair accessible restroom is available on the orchestra level.
Accessible Seating
Wheelchair seating is available in the orchestra level.
Coat Check
Available during the winter months, no bags or luggage allowed.

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