St. James Theatre
  • Theater | Broadway
  • price 4 of 4
  • Midtown West

St. James Theatre


Time Out says

This 1,709-seat jewel box on West 44th Street (just next door to popular watering hole Angus McIndoe's) was where The Producers revitalized American musical comedy in 2001. It is suprisingly intimate for one of the larger houses.


246 W 44th St
New York
Cross street:
between Broadway and Eighth Ave
Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St–Port Authority; N, Q, R, 42nd St S, 1, 2, 3, 7 to 42nd St–Times Sq
Do you own this business?Sign in & claim business

What’s on


Director-choreographer Justin Peck, New York City Ballet's resident choreographer, turns Sufjan Stevens's 2005 concept album, Illinois, into a dance-theater piece with a narrative throughline he has devised with playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury. Three vocalists and an 11-piece band perform the music while a cast of 16 dancers—including Ricky Ubeda, Gaby Diaz, Ben Cook and Ahmad Simmons—brings new blasts of movement to Broadway on April 24 for a limited run.

  • Experimental

Sunset Boulevard

Sunset Boulevard rises again with a new version of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don Black and Christopher Hampton's sweeping musical, adapted from Billy Wilder's classic 1950 film. Playing the delusional silent-screen star Norma Desmond this time around is Pussycat Dolls frontwoman Nicole Scherzinger, who earned ecstatic reviews in this revival's original London production. In a striking departure from the lavish design of the original production, director Jamie Lloyd employs a minimalist style (akin to his approach to A Doll's House last year) that makes plentiful use of live video. The Broadway transfer will maintain Scherzinger's London costars: Tom Francis as her young lover Joe, Grace Hodgett-Young as his colleague and David Thaxton as Norma's loyal majordomo.

  • Musicals
  • Open run
You may also like
You may also like