Photograph: Richard TermineMarquis Theatre. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Dir. Michael Grandage. With Ricky Martin, Elena Roger, Michael Cerveris. 2hrs 15mins. One intermission.
  • Theater | Broadway
  • price 4 of 4
  • Midtown West

Marquis Theatre


Time Out says

Built in 1986, the Marquis is one of the newest Broadway houses. It's attached to the Marriott Marquis Hotel and, indeed, most of its occupant shows seem targeted to tourists. The venue has welcomed revivals (Gypsy, Damn Yankees, Annie Get Your Gun) and new work (Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Drowsy Chaperone). The Marquis has 1,611 seats and is one of the Nederlander's nine Broadway properties. The approach to the theater—via escalator—is unusual but rather grand. Even though the Marquis is bit barn-like, it has a spacious lobby, wide aisles and comfy seats.


210 W 46th St
New York
Cross street:
at Broadway
Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St–Port Authority; N, Q, R, 42nd St S, 1, 2, 3, 7 to 42nd St–Times Sq
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What’s on

The Wiz

Nearly half a century after its original Broadway production, William F. Brown and Charlie Smalls's groovy Black spin on The Wizard of Oz eases down the road once more in a revival directed by Schele Williams (who is also co-directing The Notebook this season). Newcomer Nichelle Lewis stars as Dorothy, and Kyle Ramar Freeman, Phillip Johnson Richardson and Avery Wilson are her travel companions; Deborah Cox and Melody A. Betts play the witches, and improv wizard Wayne Brady has the slick title role. JaQuel Knight (of “Single Ladies” fame) is the choreographer, and comedian Amber Ruffin peps up the script with new material.

  • Musicals
  • Open run
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