During your trip to the big apple you can, you choose from hundreds of hotels in New York and it is only fitting that you visit any of the theaters on Broadway. Showcasing theatrical performances i.e. plays and musicals, they provide a refreshing kind of entertainment, different from our usual clubbing escapades.
The five best theaters on Broadway provide a real first hand experience that cannot be compared to watching television no matter how big or crystal clear it might be. This time around, try to have some class, show your appreciation for the arts and see how your favorite actor or actress got to be so good today. Jazz hands people…its Showtime!
GERSHWIN THEATER, NEW YORK
With a previous box office record, the Gershwin Theater is stylishly designed in Art Nouveau. With a seating capacity of 1,933 the largest in the US, it is housed in the Paramount plaza and named after George and Ira Gershwin the famous composer and lyricist respectively.
THE IMPERIAL THEATER, NEW YORK
Officially opened in 1923, the Imperial Theater has hosted 10 Tony Award-winning shows and numerous notable musicals such as Dream girls, Fiddler on the roof among others. Specifically designed to show musical theater productions, many notable lyricist such as Irving Berlin and Cole porter have since walked the boards here.
THE CIRCLE IN THE SQUARE THEATER, NEW YORK
Seating up to 650 patrons, the Circle in the square, seating below street level has come along way. Originally being an old movie house with the producers and staff doubling as waiters and serving food to theater patrons, it as today one of the most famous Broadway theaters especially for the stunning production of ‘A street car named desire’.
THE AMBASSADOR THEATER, NEW YORK
A landmark of the New York City, the theater is uniquely designed and sits up to 1,225 patrons. Located in the renowned Theater District, it is one of the Great White Bay Broadway Theaters. The external appearance of the Ambassador Theater is a huge contrast to its strange interior diagonal structure, designed to accommodate the maximum number of seats possible.
THE EUGINE O’NEILL THEATER, NEW YORK
Originally named The Forrest after the American classical actor Edwin Forrest, the theater was formerly a theater-hotel complex officially opened in 1925 with the premier of the ‘Mayflowers’ production. Today, the Georgian style play house comfortably sits up to 1,200 patrons and boasts over a decade of successful plays and musicals. Get a ticket one of these fine days and be prepared to be wowed.