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  • Three Tall Women

    Until Jun 24, 2018

  • The Waverly Gallery

    Opens Sep 25, 2018

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Three Tall Women

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Until June 24, 2018

Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize-winning play makes its Broadway debut in 2018, starring Laurie Metcalf, Glenda Jackson and Alison Pill. It's helmed by the formidable Joe Mantello, who has won two Tony Awards for his work directing hit musicals Take Me Out and Assassins.

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The Waverly Gallery

Opens September 25, 2018

A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize back in 2001, Kenneth Lonergan's The Waverly Gallery is receiving its Broadway debut this fall. Hosting a plethora of stars, such as Elaine May, Lucas Hedges and Michael Cera, the production will see Scott Rudin and Kenneth Lonergan team up once to re-create the magic previously seen in This Is Our Youth and Margaret.

John Golden Theater

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252 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036

  • Year opened: 1927
  • Capacity: 804
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

Originally built as the Theatre Masque in 1927, this venue has also moonlighted as a film set in the films A Chorus Line, as well as providing the backdrop to the shadowy opening scene in the Academy Award-winning All About Eve. One of the smallest of the Broadway theatres, it was acquired from the Chanin brothers in 1937 by theater impresario John Golden who promptly named it after himself. Built in the Moorish style, this theatre is famed for having a good sightline to the stage from all of its 800 seats.

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Guy's American Kitchen and Bar
0.04 mi away at 220 West 44th Street

Sardi's
0.06 mi away at 234 West 44th Street

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LAZ Parking
0.09 mi away at 247 W. 46th St.

Edison ParkFast
0.12 mi away at 307 W. 44th Street

Impark
0.17 mi away at 305 W. 42nd St.

Bright Management
0.17 mi away at 329 W. 46th St.

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