Nederlander Theatre celebrates a long history as the National Theatre, which opened in 1921 and was changed to the Billy Rose in 1959 and then the Trafalgar in 1979. In 1980 James and Joseph Nederlander and the British firm of Cooney-March bought the theatre and renamed it the Nederlander to honor the late David Tobias Nederlander, whose sons proudly operate the Nederlander Organization.
No children under the age of 4 will be admitted. Not recommended for children under 14. Everyone is required to have a ticket.
- NO smoking in the theatre; patrons may go outside during intermission
- NO outside food is allowed into the theatre
- NO recording devices are allowed in the theatre, including still cameras
**Latecomers will be seated at an appropriate time during the show at the theatres discretion**
Nederlander Theatre is one of the Nederlander Organization’s nine Broadway theatres. It has played host to a variety of shows such as Shakespeare’s King Lear and Julius Caesar as well as Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac. The Nederlander Theatre box office is open Monday-Saturday 10:00am-8:00pm and Sunday 11:00am-7:00 pm. There are two bars located on the theatre’s orchestra level, one on the Mezzanine level and one on the third floor level. Wheel chair accessible seating and restrooms are available.
Pick up tickets 1 hour prior to the show. Customers must present the actual credit card used to place the order and a photo ID.