Stephen Sondheim Theatre

124 West 43rd Street

(between 6th Avenue and Broadway)

In 1998, Roundabout renovated, reopened and operated the former Henry Miller’s Theatre as a Broadway home for their Tony award–winning production of Cabaret.

 However, nine months into the run, a construction accident at an adjacent building forced the theatre to close, and Cabaret transferred to Studio 54, where it ran for five more years.

In 2009, the Henry Miller’s Theatre reopened as the first LEED-certified Broadway theatre, raising the bar for environmentally sustainable design and construction of performing arts venues. In 2010, it was renamed the Stephen Sondheim in honor of the legendary composer and lyricist’s 80th birthday.

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Getting Here

Arriving By Subway

ACE to 42nd St. and 8th Ave.

123 to 42nd St. and 7th Ave.

7 to Times Square.

S to Times Square.

NRQ to Times Square.

BDFM to 4nd St. and 6th Ave.