Stephen Sondheim Theatre

Opened in 1918, this theatre was originally named for actor-prodcer Henry Miller. Like many, it did time as a movie house and discotheque. It was returned to legitimate use and dubbed The Kit Kat Klub in 1998. The original name returned when "Urinetown" opened in 2001. Closed 2004-2009 during the construction of the Bank of America Tower, it was aquired and renovated by the Roundabout Theatre Company, reopening in 2009 with a revival of "Bye, Bye Birdie." In the spring of 2010, it was renamed for legendary composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim.


address:
124 West 43rd Street  New York, NY 10036


box office hours:
Monday - Saturday: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
Sunday: Noon to 6:00 PM.


mass transport:
1/2/3/7/N/Q/R to 42nd Street Times Square
B/D/F/M to 42nd Street Bryant Park


parking:
(Parking)(Parking Coupon)


restaurant:
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accessibility:
The venue is fully handicapped accessible and has 20 wheelchair locations. The mezzanine is at street level, with the Orchestra located underground (where two-thirds of the seating is located). There is a spacious lobby bar on the orchestra level, a bar and caf� at the ground level, and a restaurant on the upper mezzanine. There are 22 fixtures in the women's restrooms (3 times the code requirement) and ten fixtures in the men's (1.5 times the code requirement).