Details of Cort Theatre and the Ticket Luck value
Hailed as one of the greatest landmarks in New York, the legendary Cort theatre has certainly gotten the attention of people all around the world. This Broadway theatre situated in midtown Manhattan is a property of the Shubert Organization. Formed in 1987, the theatre has garnered a lot of critical acclaim for showing some of the best Broadway shows. So choose a show of your choice at the theatre and get the Cort Theatre tickets to be a part of it. This is certainly going to be a great opportunity for all theatre lovers.
Created initially by John Cort, the manager of the renowned Northwestern Theatrical Association, the Broadway was later taken over by the Shuberts Company. The company started off with the play, "Peg O' My Heart" that debuted in 1912 directed by the talented Oliver Morosco. The theatre company has even played the first production by John Cort, "The Princess Pat". Not only this, one of the longest running a musical of all time, "The Magic Show" was also performed at the theatre and ran more than 1000 performances.
The Cort Theatre gained the reputation of a "lucky" house for playing many non-musical hits. From playing Roi Cooper Megrue's hit broadway, "Under Cover" that hit Broadway in 1914 to John Drinkwater's "Abraham Lincoln" played in 1919, the organization has garnered many fans. Some renowned performers who have acted at the Cort Theatre include Ethel Barrymore as well as Henry Daniell. The Cort Theatre achieved its box office record with the Tony-Award winning play, "Fences (revival)" featuring Viola Davis and Denzel Washington. This Broadway made more than 1,110,000 in merely eight performances in one week.
Other famous plays that the theatre has played some of the best Broadways to date include "Barefoot in the Park", "The Little Dog Laughed", "The Homecoming", "The 39 Steps", "You're Welcome America: A Final Night with George W. Bush", "A View from the Bridge", "Time Stands Still", "Born Yesterday", "Fences revival", "The Lyons" and recently "Breakfast at Tiffany's".
Right now the theatre is playing the hit "No Man's Land/Waiting for Godot." Under the production of Harold Pinter, this comedic Broadway will keep you all engaged till the very end. The play, centered on two writers, Hirst and Spooner, will take you all to a no-man's-land; a place somewhere between the present and the future, amid fantasy and reality. So if you want to see this play live, get the Cort Theatre tickets to enjoy a great show.