Hirschfeld Theatre Seating Plan
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Watching a show at Al Hirschfeld Theatre is always a great experience. This famous Broadway theatre is located at a prime location in Manhattan, at the 45th Street in midtown. If you have not attended any show at Hirschfeld Theatre then here is your chance to do that. Full of fun and excitement, this place has got many attractions to offer. Every now and then you will see a great show playing at the Hirschfeld Theatre. Designed by the talented architect, G. Albert Lansburgh Al Hirschfeld Theatre is a place to see. What opened in 1924 as the Martin Beck Theatre is now famously known as Hirschfeld Theatre. Every year its great shows make millions of people from around the visit this theatre. Interestingly, Hirschfeld Theatre was one and only theater in NYC which was owned outright without any mortgage. Designed to be the most lavish theatre of that era, Hirschfeld has for dressing rooms which can accommodate more than 200 actors and has got seating capacity for more than 1,292 people for plays and has about 1,282 seats for musicals.
Popular for its hit shows, this theatre has featured appearances from famous actors like Basil Rathbone who played as Romeo along with Katharine Cornell as the Juliet; the act took place in December 1934. Moreover, it has featured Frank Langella in Dracula, Christina Applegate for the main role in the play Sweet Charity, Elizabeth Taylor in The Little Foxes, David Hyde Pierce playing as Lt. Coffi in Curtains and last but not least Daniel Radcliffe in the recent revival of he show How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. Stylish and incredibly amazing, this place has a charming attraction to itself which draws entertainment lovers to it. The place got its name Al Hirschfeld Theatre on 21st June, 2003. The name was given to it in order to honor the renowned caricaturist Albert "Al" Hirschfeld who is famous for his black and white drawings of Broadway celebrities. With its new name, this theatre featured the revival of one of the most sought after musical, Wonderful Town on November 23, 2003.
Owned by Jujamcyn Theaters, this is one of the four other theatres which are owned by this group. Namely, St. James Theatre, which was acquired by them in 1957 from McKnight, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, which was obtained in 1982, Walter Kerr Theatre taken in 1981 and August Wilson Theatre which was formerly famous as the Virginia Theatre and was acquired by Jujamcyn Theaters in 1981. Ideal for large musicals and posh cast, this place was designed to by using fluted columns, Byzantine details and a curved balcony. Interior as well as the exterior of this theatre is incredibly awe-inspiring. You are guaranteed to have a great time with your loved ones if you are planning to watch a play here. Get your Hirschfeld Theatre tickets as soon as you can and set off for an unforgettable night full of thrill and fun!