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Majestic Theater History
The Majestic Theatre, which is located at 245 West Forty-Forth Street, of New York's Famous Theater District, right off the corner of Eighth Avenue, opened on March 28, 1927. It was the largest legitimate theatre in the Times Square district and was primarily used for the staging of lavish musical comedies and reviews. Through the years the Majestic has witnessed the openings a such major musical productions as South Pacific (1949), The Music Man (1957) and Camelot (1960}. The Majestic Theatre is owned by the Shubert Organization and is one of the world’s finest musical comedy houses. The Majestic has a seating capacity of 1,800 seats for a larger capacity theater performance and has recently been renovated and its sloped orchestra section still offers better viewing than is available at most other theatres.
The theater is not completely wheelchair accessible. There are no steps into the theatre from the sidewalk. Please be advised that where there are no steps either into or within the Theatre, personnel are not available to provide assistance.
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