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Explore Broadway In New York

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As the curtain rises on the sights and sounds of Broadway, The Muse New York provides a front row seat to Manhattan's legendary stage scene. Discover some of the most prestigious theatres just steps from our hotel, where every stay is a standing ovation.
Lyceum Theatre In New York

Lyceum Theatre

Built in 1903, the Lyceum Theatre is Broadway's oldest continuously operating playhouse. With Beaux-Arts charm, it boasts fluted limestone columns, twin grand staircases, and exquisite marble mosaics.
Minskoff Theatre In New York

Minskoff Theatre

Established in 1973, the Minskoff Theatre is a prominent Broadway venue with 1,710 seats. It hosts legendary productions including West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof, and The Lion King.
Hudson Theatre In New York

Hudson Theatre

Dating back to 1902, the Hudson Theatre is one of the oldest Broadway venues. The 970-seat theatre underwent an extensive restoration and Broadway revival in 2017.
Hamilton: An American Musical In New York

Hamilton: An American Musical

Lin-Manuel Miranda's Pulitzer Prize-winning production tells the story of the life, legacy, and boundless ambition of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton against the dramatic backdrop of the American Revolution. With a groundbreaking score that blends hip-hop, R&B, and rap with classic standards of the stage, Hamilton has electrified audiences and critics alike, earning a record-breaking 16 Tony nominations and 11 awards, including Best Musical.
The Lion King In New York

The Lion King

Experience the groundbreaking stagecraft, exhilarating score, and unforgettable choreography of one of the most awe-inspiring productions and the highest grossing Broadway musical of all time. Adapted for the stage by visionary director Julie Taymor, The Lion King tells a tale of family, destiny, and coming of age in the vibrant African Pride Lands. Featuring award-winning music from celebrated songwriting duo Elton John and Tim Rice, The Lion King is sure to capture the hearts of both young and old alike. Other stage productions include Book of Mormon, Back to the Future, Michael Jackson, Water for Elephants, Six The Musical, The Notebook, and Wicked.
Harry Potter And The Cursed Child In New York

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child

Set nineteen years after the events of the final book, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child follows Harry's headstrong son Albus as he befriends the son of his father's lifelong rival, Draco Malfoy, on a mind-blowing journey through time that could forever alter the course of the past and future. Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany, the show lets you experience the wizarding world like never before through spellbinding storytelling and visionary theatrical magic.
Shubert Theatre In New York

Shubert Theatre

Experience unforgettable stories come to life at Shubert Theatre, the heart of Broadway. With its rich history and premier location, this iconic venue is celebrated for its rich heritage and pivotal role in the performing arts. Shubert is a must-visit for theater lovers visiting NYC.
Barrymore Theatre In New York

Barrymore Theatre

Step into the Barrymore Theatre, named in honor of the legendary stage actress Ethel Barrymore. It is a beacon of theatrical history and artistic expression in New York City's Broadway district. Experience a unique night of a unique Broadway experience in an intimate setting.
James Earl Jones Theatre In New York

James Earl Jones Theatre

Named after the legendary actor, the James Earl Jones Theatre is a beacon of cultural and artistic excellence. Located just a short walk away, this theater promises a unique and immersive experience for theatre-goers with exquisite dramas and musical performances.
Belasco Theatre In New York

Belasco Theatre

Built in 1907, the Belasco Theatre is a legendary icon and former NBC broadcast location. Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Blackbird, and Girl from North Country are some the notable productions. Beware as it's an urban legend the ghost of David Belasco haunts the theater. 

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