Music Box Theater Tickets
Music Box Theater Seating Chart and Event Tickets
If you’re looking for the pleasure of Broadway in an intimate setting, Music Box Theater tickets are the answer. Opened in 1921 by composer Irving Berlin the Music Box Theater is one of New York’s most comfortable and inviting venues. Originally intended for the presentation of musical revues, the Music Box Theater quickly evolved into a favored location for the presentation of theatrical productions. The stage of the Music Box Theater has been home to productions by a variety of prominent writers, including Rogers and Hammerstein, William Inge, George S. Kaufmann, and Moss Hart.
Music Box Theater has a history of spawning productions that find their way to the mainstream on Broadway. Chicago, I Remember Mama, Dinner at Eight, and Agnes of God, were early productions at this classic venue. The attraction of large and comfortable seating, small audiences, and a cozy atmosphere make this the ideal location for an evening of pleasure.
Music Box Theatre is currently home to Pippin which is scheduled to open on April 25, 2013.
Pippin originally premiered at Imperial Theater in 1972 and ran for nearly 2,000 performances. Its returned to the stage on several other occasions including stops in Canada, Los Angeles, and Cambridge but now it makes its triumphant return to Broadway in 2013.
Take a few moments to view our Music Box Theater Seating Chart. Every seat in the house offers a prime view for your enjoyment. Naturally, the center orchestra seats and seats in the front portion of the mezzanine are most highly favored among theater goers, but in the Music Box Theater there’s not a bad seat in the house.
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