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Shubert Theatre

225 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Accessible Seating
Hearing Assistance

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


Double door entrance with automatic doors from Shubert Alley to ticket lobby with push-button control.

Water Fountain

Water fountains located in the lower lounge area.

Hearing Assistance

Assistive listening, handheld captions, and prerecorded audio devices available on all theater levels, free of charge. Photo ID is required.

Elevators and Escalators

There are no elevators or escalators in the theater.

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair seating is available. There are no steps from the sidewalk to the designated wheelchair seating locations.


Restrooms available down one flight of stairs. Wheelchair accessible restrooms located at Sardi's Restaurant across the street.

Accessible Seating

Slight curb ramps outside of the theatre. Wheelchair seating available in the Orchestra section.

Coat Check

A coat check is available. They do not accept strollers or furs.


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.

Late Seating Policy

Performances begin promptly. There is no late seating.


Drinks and snacks are available at the bar in the main lobby.
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