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Previously called Chanin's 46th Street Theatre, The Richard Rodgers Theatre had its opening in 1924. One of the Broadway venues owned by the Chanin Brothers, the venue was renamed after the legendary Richard Rodgers in 1990. The design was led by Herbert Krapp, who added an elevated stadium-type seating at the back of the Orchestra section, creating seating with great views at lower prices. 

Some notable productions at the Richard Rodgers Theatre are "Chicago" (1975) and "In the Heights" (2008). The theater is currently home to Lin-Manuel Miranda's blockbuster, "Hamilton" (2015). 

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About Richard Rodgers Theatre

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  • The Richard Rodgers Theatre has three main seating sections: Orchestra, Front Mezzanine, and Rear Mezzanine.
  • The Orchestra is the largest section with 816 seats, divided into Left, Center, and Right.
  • Views are generally good, though outer edges and back rows may have partially obscured stage views.
  • Stadium-style seating between rows L and X ensures an unobstructed view, even in cheaper seats.
  • Wheelchair and companion seats are at the back of the Left and Right Orchestra.
  • The Front Mezzanine is the smallest section, with 252 seats, elevated above the Orchestra.
  • Aisles run between the Left, Center, and Right sections.
  • The Rear Mezzanine, located at the back, is more significant, with 268 seats across eight rows. It benefits from a good rake, but the steep angle may make stage views distant.
  • Row A offers impressive legroom due to the curtain, but sitting to the sides may result in partial views.
  • The Front and the Rear Mezzanine do not have designated accessible seats. They are not recommended for patrons with very limited mobility.

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  • Address: 226 W 46th St, New York, New York, 10036
  • Subway: Closest Stations include 49th Street (N, Q, R, or W) and 50th Street (1, C, or E).
  • Bus: Buses such as M20 and M104 stop between 8th Avenue and West 46th Street, and M7 stops between 7th Avenue and West 44th Street, which are 5 minutes walking distance to the theater.
  • Car: Several parking facilities are available a short distance away, including Champion Parking on West 45th Street, Quik Park Theater Lot on West 46th Street, and Icon Parking, also on West 46th Street.
  • Recommended mode of transport: We recommend using the Subway for an easy, cost-efficient, and delay-free way to reach the Richard Rogers Theatre.

Frequently asked questions about Richard Rodgers Theatre

When was the Lyric Theatre built?

The original Richard Rodgers Theatre was built in 1925.

Who owns the Richard Rodgers Theatre?

The theater is owned by The Nederlander Organization.

What is the address of the Richard Rodgers Theatre?

The theater is located at 226 W 46th St, New York, New York, 10036.

How do I reach the Richard Rodger Theatre?

The Richard Roger Theatre is accessible via car or taxi, bus, and the subway.

What is the seating capacity of the Richard Roger Theatre?

The theater has 1319 seats in its auditorium.

Is the Richard Roger Theatre accessible to people with special needs?

Yes, the Lyric Theatre provides accessible entry and designated seating, wheelchair-accessible washrooms, safe spaces, assistive listening devices, and much more for its patrons.

What are the best productions the Richard Rogers Theatre has staged?

Some of its notable productions include Nine, Damn Yankees, Redhead, In the Heights, and currently, Hamilton.

Is Hamilton playing at the Richard Rogers Theatre Theatre?

“Hamilton” opened at the Richard Rogers Theatre Theatre in 2015 and has run continuously since then.

Is there a dress code for the Richard Rogers Theatre Theatre?

There is no set dress code for the Richard Rogers Theatre Theatre.

How much do Richard Rogers Theatre Theatre tickets cost?

Ticket prices at the Richard Rogers Theatre vary depending on your chosen show, timings, and where your seat is located. Prices also change based on season.