The Brooks Atkinson Theatre has developed a reputation as one of Manhattan's finest places to see a Broadway play or one of their famous revival productions. Past Brooks Atkinson Theatre tickets included tickets to see "A Moon for the Misbegotten," "Medea," and "The Odd Couple."
In 1960 this theatre was named in memory of a famous New York Times theatre reviewer and critic. It had, before that time, been known as the Mansfield Theatre. It was originally constructed in the late 1920s, having been designed by the famous theatre architect Herbert J. Krapp. The Brooks Atkinson Theatre is now one of the Nederlander's Broadway venues. The seating capacity here is roughly 1,000.
The best thing to do right now is to find the production that you most want to see, and then secure yourself and a date a pair of Atkinson Theatre tickets. Of course, before you get tickets to a show, you might want to check out the Brooks Atkinson Theatre seating chart. This will show you the arrangement of the orchestra seating, the front mezzanine and rear mezzanine.