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Ethel Barrymore Theater


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243 West 47th Street
New York, NY 10036

(212) 944-3777
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Closed 08/21/10
Tickets: $59.50 - $121.50
24 Critic Reviews / 1 Community Review
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Sparks fly as a law firm with a mutiracial staff debates whether to take the case of a white client accused of raping a black woman.
Closed 11/28/10
Tickets: $46.50 - $126.50
24 Critic Reviews / 5 Community Reviews
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The neurotic Elling and the oafish Kjell are roommates from an asylum who become roommates after release. They help each other learn to reconnect with society.
Closed 06/19/11
Tickets: $71.50 - $121.50
30 Critic Reviews / 10 Community Reviews
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April 1809, a stately home in Derbyshire, England...Thomasina, a gifted pupil, proposes a startling theory, beyond her comprehension. All around her, the adults, including her tutor Septimus, are p...
Closed 01/13/12
Tickets: $76.50 - $136.50
22 Critic Reviews / 2 Community Reviews
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Two Broadway legends who first appeared together giving Tony Award-winning performances in Evita bring a theatre concert to Broadway.
Closed 06/02/12
Tickets: $46.50 - $131.50
32 Critic Reviews / 4 Community Reviews
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An aging traveling salesman recognizes the emptiness of his life and tries to fix it.
Closed 01/06/13
Tickets: $66.00 - $135.00
29 Critic Reviews / 6 Community Reviews
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From the slums of London to the heights of Hollywood, the rise and fall of a movie icon.
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Closed 06/30/13
Tickets: $69.50 - $135.00
21 Critic Reviews / 0 Community Reviews
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A Scottish Thane is undone by his ambition after he and his wife plot to assassinate the King of Scotland.
Closed 01/05/14
Tickets: $57.00 - $152.00
30 Critic Reviews / 1 Community Review
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Emma is married to Robert but has been carrying on a long-term love affair with Jerry, Robert's best friend.