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  • Waitress

    Until Jan 5, 2020

  • SIX

    Opens Feb 13, 2020

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Waitress

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Until January 5, 2020

Broadway's most delectable musical, Waitress is a life-affirming tale of dreaming big. Landing on the Great White Way following a Boston try-out, Waitress is the story of a small-town waitress named Jenna, who seizes on the chance to escape her small-town life by putting her baking skills to the test. The show has proved a huge hit with audiences and was nominated for four Tony Awards in 2016.

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SIX

Opens February 13, 2020

After taking London, and the whole of the UK, by storm over the last two year's Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss' pop musical SIX is heading to Broadway in 2020. Re-writing Tudor history and the terrible fates of the notorious King Henry VIII six wives, SIX has received rave reviews across Great Britain, garnering five Olivier Award nominations in the process!

Brooks Atkinson Theater

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256 West 47th St, New York, NY 10036

  • Year opened: 1926
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

The Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Manhattan, is a Broadway theater with a seating capacity of 1,069 seats, and was designed by architect Herbert J. Krapp. It was originally opened as the Mansfield Theatre in 1926. Michael Myerberg bought the theatre and leased it to CBS for television productions in 1945. In 1960, it was renamed after Brooks Atkinson, the former New York Times theater critic, and in 1967 the Nederlander Organization bought part-ownership of the venue.

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