Neil Simon Theatre

A Broadway venue in the jazz heart of Manhattan formerly known as the Alvin Theatre.

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Renamed in honor to Neil Simon, whose fruitful playwriting activity has become a great possession of America, the Neil Simon Theater reproduces fully the best traditions of theater arts.

It had an experience of presenting many famous greatest plays and musicals: Wildcats, Lady in the Dark, Ragtime, Big Fish, Gigi, all with its special features and shticks.

Since 2000 this renowned place had become the lovely shelter to two new Broadway music and dancing performances, such as The Music Man and Hairspray. Unfortunately closed in 2009 but had its bright revival with Jesus Christ Superstar, Neil Simon Theater got even more than just an amazing fame of all the Americans: it became a symbol of beauty and glory of the dramatic art.

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Address of Neil Simon Theatre
250 West 52 Street, New York
Closest subway
50 St, 7 Av

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