Circle In The Square tickets are now available for you to purchase for
yourself, or sell to others. This is a legitimate Broadway Theatre located at 235 West 50th Street in midtown Manhattan. Tourists
like these tickets because they allow you to experience a Broadway show at a venue that is unique and intimate.
The first production put on at the Circle in the Square Theatre was the 1972 revival of "Morning Becomes Electra." The
Circle In The Square seating chart is rather small for a Broadway venue,
only having enough seats for about 650 theatergoers. In addition to the intimate size of the theatre, another unique aspect
is the thrust stage. Along with the Lincoln Center 's Vivian Beaumont Theatre, it is the only legitimate Broadway venue with
a thrust stage.
A lot of people find that the Circle in the Square is a perfect fit for their theatre tastes because of the size and the
great shows that are produced here. Some of the great performances in the past include revivals of "The Rocky Horror Picture
Show," "A Streetcar Named Desire," "Death of a Salesman," and the new production of "The 25 th Annual Putnam County Spelling