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Shubert Theatre — New York, NY


The Shubert Theatre was designed by Henry B. Herts in 1913 and was named after Sam S. Shubert, one of three brothers of the Shubert theatrical dynasty. It has an adjoining private sidewalk with The Booth Theatre known as Shubert Alley.

The theater is perhaps best known for housing the original A Chorus Line production on Broadway, which ran for an astounding 6,137 performances.

Other notes

Handicap AccessibleYesHearing AssistanceYesCapacity1468
  • There are no wheelchair accessible restrooms. Restrooms are located on the upper and lower levels. A pay phone and water fountain are located in the ticket lobby.
  • Air Conditioned
  • Wheelchair Seating Available
  • Assisted listening system available