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The Theater Center

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  • Midtown West
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Snapple Theater Center
Snapple Theater Center

Time Out says

Opened in 2006, this cramped two-theater complex—formerly known as the Snapple Theater Center—is home to two long-running shows: the Perfect Crime and kid-friendly The Fantasticks (playing in the Jerry Orbach Theater). The Orbach's awkward seating plan places most audience members to the side of the action, so be careful when buying tickets.


210 W 50th St
New York
Cross street:
at Broadway
Subway: C, E, 1 to 50th St; N, Q, R to 49th St
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Perfect Crime

  • Drama
  • Open run

A wily cop tries to psych out a possibly homicidal shrink in Warren Manzi’s moldy, convoluted mystery. The creaky welter of dime-store Freudianism, noirish attitude and whodunit gimmickry is showing its age. (Catherine Russell has starred since 1987.)

Friends! The Musical Parody

  • Musicals
  • Open run

The prolific Bob and Tobly McSmith, who specialize in silly musicals based on nostalgia objects like Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills 90210, take a shot at America's favorite six 1990s white people. Assaf Gleizner, who wrote music for the McSmiths' The Office! A Musical Parody, is there for them like he's been there before, and Ryan David Barto directs.

The Office! A Musical Parody

  • Musicals
  • Open run

Having already created goofy musical spoofs of shows including Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills 90210, Bob and Tobly McSmith—joined again by composer Assaf Gleizner, who wrote the score for Friends! The Musical Parody—take on yet another TV institution. Donald Garverick directs a cast led by Caleigh Lozito, in male drag, as paper tiger Michael Scott.

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