The Hudson Theatre is a Broadway theater located at 139–141 West 44th Street, between Times Square and 6th Avenue, New York City. Opened in 1903, it became a leading theatrical venue before also serving in later years as a network radio and television studio, a night club, a movie theater, and a corporate event space.Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Hudson Theatre by using our New York City road trip planning tool.
The Hudson Theatre reopened as a Broadway theater on February 11, 2017. The UK-based Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) signed a long term lease on the theater in 2015 and invested in a complete refurbishment of the venue, bringing it back into full-time use as a Broadway playhouse. The theater is owned by Millennium & Copthorne Hotels.
In 2016, the Hudson Theatre was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hudson Theatre Reviews
The theater first opened in 1903 and is one of New York's oldest Broadway venues. It has seen all kinds of significant talent and was even the location of the first nationwide broadcast of "The... more »
Thank you, David Byrne, for choosing the Hudson Theatre for your American Utopia show! My son saw this show on tour in Atlanta and Asheville -- having first and second row seats . . . . but nothing.... more »
We went to a preview show of Burn This at The Hudson Theatre. The show was amazing but even more amazing because of the friendly staff at the theatre. They were professional and efficient but also had smiles and seemed to enjoy their jobs. The young guy who sold us our show merchandise was particularly enthusiastic. Which means good management because all the staff seemed happy. At the end of our show we were nicely encouraged to leave but not practically tossed out instantly as with some theatres. I would see a show at this theatre again.
Beautiful theater. I went to see "Burn This." I sat center balcony, 2nd row, and had a great view. Even managed to get to go to the stage door and meet Adam Driver and Keri Russell!
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