New World Stages131 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 340 W 50th St, New York, NY 10019, United States, New York City
- Timings: 01:00 pm - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2122396200
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Entertainment, Performance, Stage Show
New World Stages is a lovely theatrical complex and is situated right between Times Square and trendy Hell’s Kitchen. New World Stages has since its inception housed various Pulitzer-Prize-earning, Tony-Award-winning and Guinness-Record-setting shows. The five stages here are centered on a huge common lobby where you can meet people with a cocktail before a show. You also have the chance to enjoy their art gallery which features artist Ken Fallin. You should definitely put in it in your itinerary to catch one of the many shows here. It is a five staged complex and connecting with fellow theatre goers is one of the many advantages of this place which boasts of generous services.
New World Stages Travel Tips
- Be sure to check out the Green room.
- It’s completely handicapped accessible. Do contact the authorities in advance to avail the service.
Entrance Ticket Details For New World Stages
- Find out about the ticket prices from authorities or see the official website.
How to Reach New World Stages
- Subway: C, E or 1 to 50th street. N, Q, R to 49th Street Station.
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0.37% of people who visit New York City include New World Stages in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
95% of people start their New World Stages visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see New World Stages
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New World Stages Reviews & Ratings
Was there to see. Jersey Boys a musical. The show was 10 stars well done an excellent show worth the trip time and money The place is very modern and plenty of room to sit in 6ft 3 and I was comfortable. The stage and sound along with the music is great. A good bunch of actors and actresses. Go see the show and enjoy😊😊
Really nice venue. Friendly employees. Saw The Play That Goes Wrong, it was so funny, the actors were great. We laughed all evening. Nice bar with good drinks at not so high prices. The theater is small and our seats were great. A really fun evening!
Bad venue for a tech conference. There were a few aspects of this venue that were annoying enough for me to not want to attend a Tech event at this location again. 1. Basically no power plugs anywhere. I found one wall plug in a back corner that a few of us found to charge our laptops. So as not to hog the outlet for myself, I brought a power strip so that a couple more people could plug in. It didn't take long for one of the venue workers to tell me to remove the power strip. Why? Because he thought it would overload the circuit. Really? 3 laptops plugged into one outlet will overload the circuit? Furthermore, when I asked if there were any other plugs, he was not able nor willing to help me out. Did NOT CARE AT ALL! 2. On the end of day 1, just as we were dismissed from the Auditorium, I went to use the restroom. Multiple venue employees told me that I need to exit the building immediately. I asked if I could just use the restroom really quick, and then begrudgingly let me do so. Really? You can't give the guests a few minutes to use the restroom? I was not hanging around at all! 3. Small but annoying thing, the water bottles were all lukewarm. They were not put in ice or chilled at all. 4. Another small but annoying thing; they took away the coffee for a while after lunch. Having a constant flow of electricity and caffeine is essential to any tech conference. : ) Some of these things might seem a bit of first world problems, but when you pay $1k for 2 days of a conference, the venue should treat you as a guest and try to be accommodating and thankful for the business, not just doing the bare minimum and trying to push you out the door the minute time's up. I have been to other conferences and the venue cared about some of those little things.
Got our tickets from tks in times square, a bit cheaper than the box office. Watched rock of ages as recommended by the guy promoting it by times square. It was amazing! First class performance. We enjoyed the theatre that much so we went the very next day to see Jersey Boys.. What a show! If you get the chance go to see Jersey Boys. The actors were amazing! The voices, the play! Everything about this was excellent! Well done!
Very nice small venue. Larger theaters have a capacity of 518 each. I have seen a couple of shows and enjoyed both. It's easy to get in and out of the complex and it has a nice outdoor park next door.