History

Broadway is a certain theatre district located in Manhattan, New York. It does not refer to one specific theatre, but over 40. To be considered a Broadway show, said show must be in one of the specified theatres and have seating for more than 500 attendees. If not, it’s considered off-Broadway(100-499 seats), or even off-off-Broadway(less than 100 seats). There is a theatre called the Playhouse, which was one of the first opened in the 1730s in lower Manhatten.

              • Belasco Theatre
              • Booth Theatre
              • American Airlines Theatre
              • Vivian Beaumont Theatre at Lincoln Center
              • Cort Theatre
              • Gershwin Theatre
              • Ambassador Theatre
              • Brooks Atkinson Theatre
              • Broadhurst Theatre
              • Ethel Barrymore Theatre
              • Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
              • Circle in the Square Theatre
              • Foxwoods Theatre
              • Winter Garden Theatre
              • Studio 54
              • Music Box Theatre
              • Minskoff Theatre
              • Shubert Theatre
              • Stephen Sondheim Theatre
              • Nederlander Theatre
              • Eugene O'Neill Theatre
              • Neil Simon Theatre
              • August Wilson Theatre
              • Palace Theatre
              • Richard Rodgers Theatre
              • New Amsterdam Theatre
              • Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
              • St. James Theatre