& Juliet Broadway Musical New York, NY
Stephen Sondheim Theatre • 124 West 43 Street • New York, NY 10036
Find out how the & Juliet musical on Broadway takes a modern (and happier!) rewrite to Shakespeare’s iconic screenplay. This fun and energetic hit show weaves audiences’ love for the source material while turning the drama into a hilarious comedy to enjoy. See & Juliet musical characters brought to life with this amazing production and a score of pop songs.
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& Juliet (And Juliet) is performed at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, located at 124 West 43 Street, New York, NY 10036.
The & Juliet musical is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission.
Absolutely no photography or video is allowed into the theater and during the And Juliet show.
The theater doors open approximately 45 minutes before the show. It is recommended that audiences arrive at least 30 minutes prior to curtain time to begin finding their seats, browse the available show merchandise, and settle in before showtime.
Yes. The & Juliet Broadway show is recommended for ages 6+ and may contain strong language. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted into the theater.
The Stephen Sondheim Theatre is accessible step-free from street level to the lobby at 124 West 43rd Street. All wheelchair and transfer spaces are in rows H, S, T and U of the Orchestra section, which is mainly step-free. There may be one step up or down to seats in this section behind row H.
Yes. Assistive listening, handheld captions, and prerecorded audio devices are available for rent. Valid photo ID is required.
Yes. The orchestra level offers a bar with a wide array of sweet and savory options. You can take your drinks into the theater in a souvenir cup. The lounge opens an hour before curtain and during the intermission.
This theatre has no dress code just be comfortable and appropriate for the occasion.
The seating procedure for latecomers varies by seat section. Generally speaking, late patrons will be held at the back of the theatre, where they can watch the show through the first song. They are then escorted directly to their seats by an usher.