The John Golden Theatre,is located in Manhattan, New York at 252 West 45th St. Despite the competition in the city, the John Golden Theatre always has something going on.
This venue opened under the name the Theater Masque in February of 1927. In 1937, the venue was purchased by John Golden, which he then named after himself. The seating capacity at the John Golden Theatre is only 800; this makes it one of the smaller venues on Broadway.
Many great productions have taken place at the John Golden Theatre, but here are a few of the more popular: Tobacco Road, Waiting for Godot, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, The Gin Game, Crimes of the Heart, Glengarry Glen Ross, Avenue Q, and many more.
The John Golden Theatre has always offered a lot to the Broadway crowd, and this is sure to stay the same in the future.