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In 1913, producers Martin Beck, B.F. Keith, and E.F. Albee opened the Palace, a premiere vaudeville theatre that became synonymous with show business excellence and attracted legendary performers including Fanny Brice, Bob Hope and Judy Garland. The venue suffered from vaudeville’s Depression-era decline and became a movie house. The Nederlanders purchased, renovated and restored the Palace to legitimate theatre in 1966.


Public Transportation:
Take the N,Q,R,W or 1,2,3 to 42nd St., walk North on Broadway to the theatre
OR
Take the A,C,E to 42nd St., walk East on 42nd St. to Broadway and walk North on Broadway to the theatre

Parking:
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164 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
212-997-9115

Q P Theater Lots LLC
223 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
212-997-1636
  • Built: 1913
  • Number of Seats: 1743
  • Stage Door: Around the corner from the theatre on 47th St. The door is labeled "Palace Theatre / 160 West 47 St"
  • Bathrooms: Ladies: In the theatre's basement, front mezzanine, and balcony levels. There is a wheelchair accessible restroom on the orchestra level.

    Mens: In the theatre's basement, front mezzanine, and balcony levels. There is a wheelchair accessible restroom on the orchestra level.

  • Concessions: All levels of the theatre. The main level concession stands are located in the theatre's lobby.
  • Water Fountain: Outside men's restroom in basement.