Eugene O'Neill Theatre - New York, NY
More than 2,000 performances have graced the stage at Eugene O’Neill Theatre including Tobacco Road, which holds the distinction of being its longest-running show. In 1999, Brian Dennehy and Elizabeth Franz won Tony Awards for their performances in the 50th-anniversary production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. In addition to the recent success of The Book of Mormon, the theater has also played host to the acclaimed comedy The Full Monty and Fela!, a biography of Nigerian musical/political activist Fela Kuti, which won the 2010 Tony Award for Best Choreography.
With a capacity of just over 1,100, the O’Neill is known as a favorite of the midsize Broadway theaters. Most seats are available in the orchestra and mezzanine sections, and a limited number of standing-room-only tickets are available for each performance. Children ages 4 and older are admitted to performances, although parents should ensure that productions are age-appropriate for their children before purchasing tickets. Concessions are available for purchase at each performance. Merchandise is also available for purchase, allowing visitors to take home a souvenir of their experience.