Eugene O'Neill Theatre

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The O’Neill opened, as the Forrest Theatre, in 1925. Named for Edwin Forrest, one of America’s first great classical actors, the theatre was produced by the Shuberts and designed by Herbert J. Krapp. Under new management, the venue became the Coronet Theatre in 1945. In 1959, it was renamed in honor of playwright Eugene O’Neill, who died six years prior.

  • Built: 1925
  • Number of Seats: 1108
  • Stage Door: To your immediate left as you exit the 49th Street doors.
  • Bathrooms: <p>Ladies: Down one flight of stairs from the orchestra level, on the house left side. An accessible restroom is available in the hotel adjacent to the theatre.</p> <p>Men's: Down one flight of stairs from the orchestra level, on the house right side. An accessible restroom is available in the hotel adjacent to the theatre.</p>
  • Concessions: Orchestra and mezzanine levels.
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