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Stage 42

  • Theater
  • Hell's Kitchen
  • price 2 of 4

Time Out Says

Though it was known until 2015 as the Little Shubert Theatre, there is nothing little about this boxy midtown barn: With 499 seats and no balcony, it is one of the city's largest Off Broadway spaces, and has proven a difficult to fill. Despite several high-profile productions in recent years (including Shockheaded Peter), the venue is almost always dark these days.


422 W 42nd St
New York
Cross street:
between Ninth and Tenth Aves
Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St‚ÄďPort Authority
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What's On


  • Musicals

Few live-action shorts have had the impact of Celeste Lescene and Peggy Rajski's 1994 film Trevor, which not only won an Oscar but inspired the 1998 creation of Trevor Project, a suicide-prevention organization aimed at LGBTQ youth that is still very much in operation today. Now Lescene's story, about a widely bullied diva-worshipping 13-year-old kid in 1981 with a crush on another boy at his school, has been adapted into a musical by the Southern Comfort team of Dan Collins and Julianne Wick Davis. Director Marc Bruni and choreographer Josh Prince, who collaborated on Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, reunite at the reins.

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