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Broadway Theaters

Al Hirschfeld TheatreAl Hirschfeld Theatre
American Airlines TheatreAmerican Airlines Theatre
Ambassador TheatreAmbassador Theatre
August Wilson Theatre (Formerly Virginia Theater)August Wilson Theatre (Formerly Virginia Theater)
Belasco TheatreBelasco Theatre
Bernard B. Jacobs TheatreBernard B. Jacobs Theatre
Booth TheatreBooth Theatre
Broadhurst TheatreBroadhurst Theatre
Broadway TheatreBroadway Theatre
Brooks Atkinson TheatreBrooks Atkinson Theatre
Cadillac Winter GardenCadillac Winter Garden
Circle In The SquareCircle In The Square
Cort TheatreCort Theatre
Ed Sullivan TheatreEd Sullivan Theatre
Ethel Barrymore TheatreEthel Barrymore Theatre
Eugene O’Neill TheatreEugene O’Neill Theatre
Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (Formerly Plymouth Theatre)Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (Formerly Plymouth Theatre)
Gershwin TheatreGershwin Theatre
Helen Hayes TheatreHelen Hayes Theatre
Hilton TheatreFoxwoods Theater (Formerly Hilton Theater)

Imperial TheatreImperial Theatre
John Golden TheatreJohn Golden Theatre
Longacre TheatreLongacre Theatre
Lyceum TheatreLyceum Theatre
Lunt - Fontanne TheatreLunt - Fontanne Theatre
Majestic TheatreMajestic Theatre
Marquis TheatreMarquis Theatre
Minskoff TheatreMinskoff Theatre
Mitzi E. Newhouse TheatreMitzi E. Newhouse Theatre
Music Box TheatreMusic Box Theatre
Nederlander TheatreNederlander Theatre
Neil Simon TheatreNeil Simon Theatre
New Amsterdam TheatreNew Amsterdam Theatre
Palace TheatrePalace Theatre
Richard Rogers TheatreRichard Rogers Theatre
Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (Formerly Biltmore Theatre)Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (Formerly Biltmore Theatre)
Shubert TheatreShubert Theatre
Henry Miller’s TheatreStephen Sondheim Theatre (formerly Henry Miller's Theatre)
St James TheatreSt James Theatre
Studio 54Studio 54
Vivian Beaumont TheatreVivian Beaumont Theatre
Walter Kerr TheatreWalter Kerr Theatre

There is always a dearth of Broadway sales tickets. Tickets for plays and shows in New York are always booked in advance, and it is not so easy for people later to lay their hands on tickets of shows of their choice, to be seen at their convenience. Yes, not easy, but . . . not impossible! Our website provides you with links to a number of reputed ticket brokers who come to your rescue with tickets for premium seats and premium shows. All you need is to stay in touch with us, and your ticketing problems will be over.

New York is one of the most popular destinations for vacations, and it offers a variety of entertainment, including live theatrical performances – one of the best-known names and locations in the world of theater. We, at Reedstickets.net are proud to be associated with ticket sales of New York, which has a history going back to more than 100 years.

Brief History Of New York Theater

Broadway, as we all know today, was established in the very early 20th century. In 1891, the first marquee that was electrically lit up was of a theater where Fifth Avenue crosses Broadway on 23rd Street. By 1901, the whole area was lit up by white lights and was known as the ‘Theater District.’

The early district was spread across 30 blocks, and right from the beginning, Broadway gained popularity for the shows it put on. The early theater genres were light comedy and operettas. Musicals made their debut in 1915. By 1921, shows produced by and starring black actors were put on, with the first one being ‘Shuffle Along.’

The WW I saw the New York Theater movement rally around by raising more than half a million dollars for the Red Cross, through organized food drives, and other means. The era of depression badly hit New York with an estimated 25,000 people from the theater community losing their jobs.

Over the years, New York theater has put on shows, such as Oklahoma!, West Side Story, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, the musical masterpiece - A Chorus Line, among many others. Cats, which debuted in October 1982, and stopped production in September 2000, was the longest running show in the history of Broadway until January 2006, when The Phantom of the Opera, surpassed it with its 7,486th performance.

This is the institution with which we have been associated through Broadway sales tickets and much more.

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Today, there are 39 theaters spread over the Theater District, with many many more designated as Off-Broadway, and Off-Off-Broadway theaters. Presently, shows such as Jersey Boys, Wicked, Billy Elliot, Mary Poppins, and The Lion King, among many others, are very popular, and you may have a hard time finding any specific Broadway sales ticket at the last moment.

This is where we offer our services to ensure that you get to see the show of your choice, and when you want it. We have the wherewithal to provide you with a single ticket or group Broadway sales tickets for your favorite show.





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