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The Minskoff Theatre is located on the southwest corner of 45th Street and
7th Avenue. The entrance is in a pedestrian alley that runs from 44th to
45th Street. It is number 21 on The Broadway Map
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The Minskoff Theatre has a seating capacity of 1,621 seats. The sight-lines
are excellent in this theater.
Since the actual theater (which you get to via a large escalator from the box office entrance) is thirty-five feet up, the Minskoff offers a spectacular view of Times Square from the front glass windows of the upstairs lobby. The
design of the auditorium is characterized by its simplicity, with charcoal gray seats that are large
and comfortable and an interior that is all white and gold.
The Minskoff Theatre, which was designed by architectural firm Kahn and Jacobs, is on the third floor of One Astor Plaza. The fifty-five
story office high-rise is named for the Minskoffs, the family that built and owns it. The theater
was opened in 1973 and was designed in a modern style. It is perhaps best known to regular playgoers as the theater in the "wind tunnel," a nickname for the large walkway that connects 44th and 45th streets, and in which the ground floor entrance to the Minskoff is found. The Minskoff Theatre
is under the direction of James Nederlander and Myron Minskoff and is best suited
for large-scale musicals. Directions:
Take the 1, 2, 3, 9, N, R, S, or Q subway to 42nd Street, then walk north on
Broadway to 45th Street.
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The entrance to the Minskoff Theatre is at street level. The coat check, concessions, and spacious restrooms can be found up on the 3rd level, where the theater proper is located.
The The Minskoff Theatre opened on March 13, 1973 with a revival of Irene, starring
Debbie Reynolds. More revivals followed, including West Side Story in 1980 and
Cole Porter’s Can-Can the following year. Black and Blue, the blues revue, won
four Tony awards in 1990. One of the biggest musicals to open here was Sunset
Boulevard starring Glenn Close, which ran for 977 performances. More recently, two (of the three) versions of the Frank Wildhorn/Nan Knighton musical The Scarlet Pimpernel played the Minskoff, as did the infamous flop Dance of the Vampires and the Fiddler on the Roof revival. In 2006, The Lion King transferred from the New Amsterdam Theatre to the Minskoff.
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