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Martin Beck Theatre tickets have a long history of bring popular productions to the forefront of the New York City theater world. The Martin Beck Theatre opened in 1924 by vaudeville promoter Martin Beck with a lavish production of Madame Pompadour and has been cranking out the hits ever since. Shows like Kiss Me Kate, Man of La Mancha, and The Sound of Music, all performed within the last few years have simply enhanced the reputation of the Martin Beck Theater, recently re-named the Al Hirschfield Theater. The long successful string of hits and top quality shows continued in 2006 and beyond with an original production of The Wedding Singer with music by Mathew Sklar and lyrics by Chad Beguelin. The Broadway debut of Stephen Lynch in the role of Robbie Hart has been very successful.
The Martin Beck Theater typifies the design of traditional New York theater. Located on West 45 th St. in the heart of the New York Theater District, the theater itself is a vintage brownstone that takes visitors back to the glory days of the early theater. Seating around 1,200 patrons, a show at the Martin Beck Theatre is an enjoyable experience for both visitors to New York seeing their first show and residents who’ve enjoyed the theater their whole life. A quick scan of our Martin Beck Theatre Seating Chart will reveal an abundance of excellent seats from which to choose. When you’re in the Big Apple, enjoy a night out with Martin Beck Theatre tickets.