Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

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The Schoenfeld originally opened as Plymouth Theater in 1918, changing its name in 2005 to honor the chairman of the Shubert Organization. Known for hosting well-received comedies and dramas (Equus, The Odd Couple, The House of Blue Leaves), it has also staged numerous hit musicals (The Pirates of Penzance, Jekyll & Hyde).   

236 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036


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