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New York City is famous for ‘The Great White Way’ that is the Broadway and theater tickets for a Broadway show is highly in demand. Broadway Street in New York is famous for theatres and there are 39 professional Broadway theatres located in the theatre district. Broadway shows are profit oriented commercial productions and they aim to draw larger audience into the theatre. Here are some of the popular theatres of Broadway.

The Broadway Theatre

This is the oldest and one of the largest theatres located at 1681 Broadway. The Broadway theatre was established in the year 1924. It was renamed several times before getting its original name as Broadway theatre in 1930. The Shuberts are the owners of this theatre. It has always been popular for musicals. The latest musical ‘The Color Purple’ is being played at Broadway and theater tickets for this show is available at the box office and at all ticket agencies.

The Majestic Theatre

The Majestic theatre is located at 245 West 44th Street in the middle of Manhattan town. It was established with the same name in the year 1903. The Shubert Brothers currently own it. This theatre exists as one of the largest Broadway theatres with a seating capacity of 1607 seats. The current musical being housed at Majestic theatre is ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ – one of the longest running show in Broadway since Jan 26, 1988.

Shubert Theatre

It is one of the legitimate Broadway theatre opened in the year 1913 and is located at 225 West 44th Street of Manhattan. This theatre is named after the oldest of the three Shubert Brothers – Sam S. Shubert and designated as the New York City landmark. It has a record of playing the longest run of a musical ‘The Chorus Line’ that ran for nearly 15 years. A musical comedy ‘Spamalot’ is currently being played here.

Neil Simon Theatre

It is located at 250 West 52nd Street of Manhattan and is one of the Broadway theatres. It was initially named as Alvin theatre that was actually a combination of the first names of Alex Aarons and Vinton Freedly, the producers who built this theatre. The Nederlander Organization purchased this theatre in 1977 and renamed it as ‘Neil Simon Theatre’ in 1983, in the honor of Simon- the American playwright. The current show running at this theatre is ‘Hairspray’ a musical comedy and Broadway and theater tickets are available presently for this show at the box office.

Winter Garden Theatre

The Winter Garden theatre is located at 1634 Broadway Street in Mid-town of Manhattan. The Shuberts who converted the former American Horse Exchange into a theatre opened it in 1911. This theatre stands unique and the size of the stage, auditorium and backstage is very large. Most of the large musical productions are played here and its longest tenant is ‘Cats’ an award winning musical that ran up to 19 years. The latest musical being played at Winter Garden theatre is ‘Mamma Mia’.

Getting Broadway and Theater Tickets Online

There are 39 Broadway theatres in the city of New York and the above mentioned are only five out of them. These are the theatres playing some of the longest running shows and Broadway and theater tickets are available for these shows with online ticket selling agencies. However, always remember to get your tickets booked from a valid and authorized ticket agent. Book your Broadway theater and tickets for it to enjoy the experience that you can not find elsewhere. To view a huge inventory of Broadway and Theater tickets click the link!

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