Comfort Inn Times Square West
343 W. 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 767-0223
Fax: (212) 767-0224
Salles de spectacles
The Producers Club Theaters, part of the The Producers' Club, is a small, pretty comfortable and very reasonably priced theater. The seats are decent and the shows here are pretty good considering the fact that it competes against all the big guys in terms of theater. Catch some real gems at the Producers Club II Theaters, if you enjoy watching plays.
In a mood to watch a thought-provoking play or simply want to get entertained with a delightful musical? Then 45th Street theater is the place to be. This 99 seater theater showcases the finest of shows in its comfortable and intimate setting. The finest of talents and brilliant artists come together to present scintillating performances. Add to it the modernized acoustics and lighting and you have an unforgettable experience. Past productions like 'Meet Me in St. Louis', 'The Beauty Prize', 'Almost Asleep' among others, have been loved by patrons and acclaimed by critics so much that, people keep returning for more. You can also rent this space for art workshops, art sessions and similar events. Check website for more details.
Enthusiastic groups trying to infuse innovation to strike a balance between commercial and creative parameters have a reason to rejoice. The Tank provides a platform for the experimental theater groups at affordable rates. All form of performing arts from theater to dance are celebrated here. Writers, directors waiting to make a mark in their fields showcase their talents here. Be it dance show or a stand up comedy, the meticulous and talented artists give power packed performances. You can also book the venue for auditions and meetings. Truly its a melange, where ideas and thoughts are exchanged.
A local destination, Blue Angel is famous for its 1940-50s look and appeal. The venue regularly presents live music venue and cabaret shows.
The theater is divided into two screening areas, Westside Downstairs and Westside Upstairs. Built in a former church, it has a seating capacity for 249 and is centrally air-conditioned. The place is known for presenting a wide variety of contemporary entertainment.
A part of the Westside Theatre, the Westside Theatre Downstairs showcases entertaining and interesting acts. With a capacity of 249 guests, this spacious venue has staged many popular plays and musicals in the past and continues to do so. Housed in an ancient building, it perfectly blends the old world charm with modern conveniences. For details, check website.
Named after the celebrated caricaturist Al Hirschfeld, this theater was opened to public in June 2003. Formerly known as the Martin Beck theater, this place is one of the most popular Broadway venues in the city. Designed by architect G. Albert Lansburgh, the Al Hirschfeld is the only theater in New York that was owned outright without a mortgage. Famous appearances include Basil Rathbone as Romeo to Juliet played by Katharine Cornell.
Situated with culture in the heartland of the theater district neighborhood of the city, the Upstairs venue of Westside Theatre is a refined venue for cultural events. Broadway musicals and theater performances form a major highlight of this theater, which has enough space for any large scale ensemble. The space has a seating capacity for approximately 250 spectators in a modern stadium style setup, and is a perfect venue to catchup on classic musicals. Visit the website to know more.
Hosting a large variety of theatrical works for more than 20 years, the MCC Theater's highlights include plays by Alan Ball, Margaret Edson, and Neil LaBute, attracting performers from the worlds of theater, television, film. This venue also hosts a youth company. Refer to their website for upcoming events, show times, and ticketing information.
One of the most vibrant theatre companies in New York, Second Stage Theatre, was formed in 1979 to give new life to contemporary American plays through 'second stagings'. Past productions have been innumerable but to name a few, Crowns, Madhouse in Goa, Flux, Saturday Night and Zooman And The Sign. Today, this theater seats 296 and is a platform for emerging playwrights.
The Mint Theater is dedicated to rediscovering and producing quality plays from all eras that have been forgotten or neglected. Their past projects include a series of productions of lost plays by women playwrights. This theater has a section reserved for wheelchairs and is equipped with an elevator. Please mention any access needs when ordering tickets. Refer to their website for upcoming productions, show times, and ticketing information.
Sassy surprises are the norm at this neighborhood piano bar. At night, crowds gather to sing their favorite songs. In the early evenings you can find a variety of shows and new talent, ranging from performance artists to singers and comics. It is a wonderful prelude to an evening of drinking. Get an early start by stopping in for the bar's hip happy hour. You can also chose to dine in at the restaurant here. The place is open daily 4p onwards.