Originally opened in 1923 with a location on West 45th Street in mid-town Manhattan, the Imperial Theatre replaced the old Lyric Theatre and is a part of the Shubert Organization. Its conception included being a venue for musical theater hits, and that dream has been fully realized. Theater-goers have enjoyed such classics as Fiddler on the Roof, Les Miserables, Cabaret, Billy Elliot and much more. Famous names such as Hugh Jackman, Bernadette Peters, John Lithgow and Matthew Broderick have appeared there. Imperial Theater tickets might include Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of The Temptations or another show-stopping musical performance. A box office record was reached in 2010 when the West End musical Billy Elliot won 10 Tony Awards. Find Imperial Theatre tickets for your favorite musical show performance at StubHub.
Is there parking near Imperial Theatre events?
Yes, there are several pay parking garages nearby. Park at Icon Parking on West 47th Street, Astor Parking on Broadway or Edison Parkfast on West 44th Street.
Is the Imperial Theatre seating wheelchair accessible?
There are several areas in the orchestra level with accessible seating. They also allow service dogs.
Does the Imperial Theatre provide listening devices for the hearing-impaired?
They provide at least 10 infrared assistive listening devices for every performance. At least 10 audio description devices are available for each performance, beginning 4 weeks after the opening night of the show. For blind or partially sighted patrons, an automated detailed account of the visual of the production can be provided free of charge.
Can I bring my 3 year old child to the theater?
No, children under the age of 4 years old will not be admitted to Imperial Theatre events.
Where can we dine when attending Imperial Theatre events?
You can dine on homey French fare at Pergola Des Artistes on West 46th Street. Bond 45 on West 46th Street is the place to enjoy steaks, seafood and antipasti in a large and open space. Daniela Trattoria offers pizza and northern Italian fare in a rustic ambiance with exposed brick. Sushi enthusiasts will love Kodama Sushi, on West 45th Street, with Japanese fare and lunch specials also a part of their menu.
What are some other attractions near the Imperial Theatre?
Visit Central Park at 59th Street; the zoo is located here if you're traveling with family. Also, for the kids, enjoy M&M's World on West 48th Street or the Lego Store on West 50th Street. The iconic Rockefeller Center is between 49th and 50th Streets; see sights from the observation deck or go ice skating.Back to Top
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