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The show takes place at Richard Rodgers Theatre: 226 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, USA.
Average start time: Monday-Friday – 7:00 or 8:00 PM, Saturday-Sunday – 2:00 or 8:00 PM.
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Extreme efficiency and gorgeous theater! Kudos to all of the staff for a job very well done! The line was super quick, everyone was nice and patient as I fiddled through my phone to find my tix, and we were able to find our seats quickly and efficiently. Thanks for adding to an already wonderful experience!
Gorgeous historic theater 🎭 highly recommend you catch a show at the Richard Rodgers Theater. Most recently we enjoyed Hamilton. Bathrooms on first floor/basement only. Use the restroom before you find your seat. Beverages and snacks available for me purchase to include souvenir cups.
The Richard Rodgers Theatre is absolutely gorgeous. It feels like you go into a time warp to the high life of the 1920s. It is filled with beautiful detail and accents that make this a memorable theatre. The staff was helpful ushering us in, and helping us find our seat. They were friendly and pleasant.The show itself was incredible (Hamilton). The theatre acoustics were perfect and made the production seem larger than life.There are a couple of issues with the theatre though. One is that the seats are very close together. I understand the name of the game on Broadway is more tickets = more money. I feel there needs to be a little more room between the rows. They are so close, it is impossible to exit the row without everyone standing to let you out. This could be problematic for late arrivals or bathroom emergencies.The other larger issue was the bathrooms. During intermission, the line for the women's room wrapped out of the bathroom, into the hallway, into he theatre, back to the stage and all the way over to the other side of the theatre. It was so ridiculous. Staff kept yelling, it will move... well it did move but not fast enough. I was patiently waiting when the lights flashed as a warning to return to your seats. I was so disappointed, and I slumped back to my chair. I was very concerned I would need to interrupt the audience around me if I couldn't hold it any more. Fortunately,, I managed and returned to the awful bathroom line once the show ended. There are 21 stalls, but this is not nearly enough. I wish they could make some accommodations.The prices for cocktails and alcohol is steep but the soda and snacks were more reasonable. The souvenirs are also expensive but high quality.I would recommend this Theatre based on the show not for the Theatre itself.
Enjoyed Hamilton in October 2021. This review is to help the ladies use the restroom during intermission. First, the line will be wrapped around Exit 5 inside the theatre. Head to that doorway to get into the queue quickly. You may be able to join the line from there closer to the actual restroom, but you will definitely be headed in the right direction. The line actually moves fairly quickly because they designed an one way system inside. You wrap around to the right into stalls and then continuing around to the right as you exit a stall, the sinks. The sinks are staffed by a person, so tipping is appreciated.Enjoy!
Highest compliments to the house manager and usher for 10/10/21 matinee. They promptly and kindly addressed the woman sitting behind us who thought it was acceptable for her two children to loudly sing every line. Kudos to them for their professionalism and responsiveness. Oh and Hamilton never disappoints! So grateful Broadway is back.
Hamilton is just as epic as everyone says it is. It will give you chills.Sat in box E, which is as close to the stage as you can get (other than box A), but does have a slightly obstructed view. (You have to lean over the rail to see the King in one scene). Very comfortable. Obviously there will be lines going in and out of the theater so leave extra time.
I'm so happy that New York Theaters are open again and feel incredibly luck that I was able to see Hamilton. After all the hype surrounding the show I was afraid I'd be disappointed but the performance was unbelievably good. The theater is beautiful. Like many older theaters the seats are on the smaller side but comfortable and you can easily see the stage over the heads of people in front of you. The sound was amazing.
The Richard Rodgers Theater is probably the most famous venue on Broadway today (or, well, before the pandemic). It is a large one, with capacity of 1,319, and is named after Richard Rodgers. He was an American composer, known largely for his work in musical theater and his most famous productions are Oklahoma!, Carousel!, The King and I, and A Grand Night for Singing.Many great productions have been staged in the Richard Rodgers. Hits like If/Then, The Rascals: Once Upon a Dream, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess are great shows on their own, but are head and showders below Hamilton.Hamilton premiered in the Richard Rodgers on August 6, 2015. It doesn‘t need much of an introduction. The show tells the story of Founding Father, Revolution hero, and Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton. It follows his life from his humble beginnings, through the war with the British and his times as one of the leading figures of the early days of the United States, up until his final moments, in his duel with friend turned adversary turned enemy Aaron Burr, who is the narrator of the show. Rumors on Broadway has it that Hamilton is the first show to return on stage after the pandemics.Hamilton‘s creator – Lin-Manuel Miranda has had a long love story with the Richard Rodgers. His Broadway debut - In The Heights, was also staged there. And we‘re expecting In the Heights‘ movie debut!
If there is a small piece of baseball heaven on earth, it must be Richard Rodgers Theatre. Those who love baseball may be amazed by the ferocity of winds on chilly nights. Then there are the one-off events that happen here. Last night was one of them when New York, NY, Opera held a simulcast screening of Romeo & Juliet, Shakespeare's tragedy about doomed love. The mix of sports stadium and high culture fits very well. All the seats are good and the concessions were hopping. Next year try to catch this spectacular partnership. It works!
The Rodger’s Theatre is a great venue to watch a Broadway show. It is currently hosting Hamilton and draws very large crowds. The theatre is named after the composer Richard Rodgers and has about 1,300 seats. It is a comfortable theatre for Broadway.
Frequently Asked Questions About Hamilton in New York
How much are Hamilton New York tickets?
The prices vary, you can choose the most suitable ticket price basing on the amount of money you have. Currently, tickets for Hamilton in New York start from $139 (face value). It can be much higher on the secondary market due to high demand.
When do Hamilton tickets go on sale at Rogers Theatre?
Tickets goes on sale on Sep 14, 2021.
How to get Hamilton tickets in New York?
Book your seat on the one of the ticket resellers website.
Keep hold of your proof of purchase e-mail.
On the day of the show, you’ll need to bring to the theatre the e-mail receipt, official-issued photo ID, and the original credit or debit card.
The box office will swipe your card and issue a seat location slip.
Enter the auditorium and be steered to your seat.
Enjoy the show!
How long is Hamilton in New York?
The show lasts for 2 hours 45 minutes, including a 15-minute interval between the first and second parts.
How to get the best seats at Rodgers Theatre?
Weekend musical shows are more popular than weekday performances. If you’re flexible in your schedule, you’ll have a better chance of getting seats on weekdays. You need to be quick. Keep an eye on our website and the official Hamilton Twitter for updates as seats go on sale.