Directions & Box Office
- Directions: By subway, take the A/C/E trains to 42nd Street or the 1/2/3 trains to 42nd St Times Square and then walk north to 43rd Street.
- Entrance: 43rd Street, between 6th and Broadway The Stephen Sondheim Theatre is located on 43rd Street between Broadway and Sixth Avenue.
- Box Office Hours:
- Monday - Saturday:
- 10am - 8pm
- Noon - 6pm
Best Seats In The House
- Seats: 950
The best seats are in the center orchestra, a few rows away from the stage.
Parking for Stephen Sondheim Theatre
The closest parking garages for Stephen Sondheim Theatre are located at:
- Icon Parking Systems
- 38th West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
- Central Parking System
- 100 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
The closest parking is not always the best as it often takes longer to park and retrieve your vehicle as fellow theatre goers have the same idea. A better choice of parking may be the second choice or further away by a couple of Avenues.
Landlord: Roundabout Theatre Company
Official Ticketer: Roundabout
Notes: Closed in 2004, but the facade has been preserved and a new theater will be built.
Disabled Access Notes:
Elevators are available to all levels however, many seats may be inaccessible due to stairs. Accessible seats can be found in row T, and in house left in front of row K.
Now Playing Mrs. Doubtfire
Anne of Green Gables
- Previews Begin: May 1, 2021
- Opens: June 1, 2021
- Show Closes: Open ended
- Opened: November 13, 2019
- Show Closed: January 5, 2020
Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
- Opened: January 12, 2014
- Show Closed: October 27, 2019
Stephen Sondheim Theatre History
The Stephen Sondheim Theatre received its name in 2010, in honor of the legendary Broadway composer/lyricist who wrote such musicals as A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Sweeney Todd, and Into the Woods. The theater, which was originally named for multi-talented Broadway performer and producer Henry Miller (see HENRY MILLER'S THEATRE), opened in 1918 and has hosted numerous distinguished plays. In the 1970s, the theater functioned as an adult movie house and then as the night club Xenon before returning to legitimacy in the late '90s. The Henry Miller's Theatre was home to the Broadway production of Urinetown before closing for a major remodeling a few years later. The theater re-opened in 2009 as Roundabout Theatre Company's third Broadway house and was re-named the Stephen Sondheim Theatre the following year.
Stephen Sondheim Theatre Design
The Stephen Sondheim Theatre, originally called Henry Miller's Theatre, was designed in the Neo-Classical style and built by Allen, Ingalls & Hoffman. Though the theater was torn down in 2004 to accommodate the new Bank of America tower, the Henry Miller's original facade was preserved and a new 1,055-seat theater constructed in place of the old one.