Outside the Palace Theatre in Time Square at night with everything lit up and taxis driving by
Photo: Broadway Up Close

Palace Theater


The Palace Theatre, renowned since its establishment in 1913, has been a coveted stage for performers, signifying a significant milestone in their careers. Originally a preeminent vaudeville venue, it hosted entertainment legends such as Ethel Barrymore, Harry Houdini, Ethel Merman, and Judy Garland. In 1965, it underwent a transformation by The Nederlanders into a legitimate theatre, presenting acclaimed productions including Sweet Charity and Man of La Mancha. Notable stars like Gwen Verdon, Lauren Bacall, and George Hearn graced its stage. Later housing Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Aida, the Palace Theatre remains a treasured part of The Nederlander Organization’s Broadway theaters, co-owned with Stewart F. Lane. With a seating capacity of 1,740, it continues to shine as a beacon of theatrical excellence.

Coming Soon:

Tammy Faye

Tammy Faye

Oct 19, 2024 - Mar 30, 2025



1564 Broadway
New York, NY 10018

Cross Streets: 7th Ave & W 47th St

Amenities and Accessibility

Wheelchair and companion seating available in the Rrchestra, Rear Mezzanine, and Balcony
Aisle transfer seating available in the Orchestra and Mezzanine
Low vision, deaf, and hard of hearing seating available in the Orchestra
Wheelchair-accessible restrooms on the Orchestra level
Guide dogs and service animals permitted
Assistive Listening Devices available upon request