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  • Slava's Snowshow

    Until Jan 5, 2020

  • Mrs. Doubtfire

    Mar 9 - Sep 13, 2020

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Slava's Snowshow

Until January 5, 2020

A decade after it debuted on Broadway, Slava's Snowshow is returning to the Great White Way! Created by Slava Polunin, one of the world's most famed clowns and entertainers, Slava's Snowshow has enjoyed performances across the world, winning the 1998 Olivier Award for Best Entertainment of the Year and garnering a Tony Award nomination for Unique Theatrical Show in 2009.

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Mrs. Doubtfire

March 9 - September 13, 2020

She's the nanny we all wanted in the '90s and now she's back to give the 21st century a spin in this brand new musical adaptation of the beloved 1993 classic. From the minds behind Something Rotten! and Hello, Dolly! This glorious production from Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre captures the film's original fun and chaos - with added theatrical pizazz!

Stephen Sondheim Theatre

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124 West 43rd St, New York, NY 10036

  • Year opened: 1918
  • Capacity: 1055
  • Concession stands
  • Merchandise booths
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

Opened in 1918 and named Henry Miller's Theatre after the eminent actor-producer of the day, this neo-Classically designed venue has been operated by Roundabout Theatre Company since 2007. Before that it has seen various incarnations as a discotheque and even an adult film theater during the Sixties! It was renovated by the RTC shortly after acquisition in the last decade and was renamed in 2010 in honor of celebrated composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim for his 80th birthday. It remains to this day, one of only two subterranean theaters in the district, the other being Circle on the Square.

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