Get Lost in the Lights
From dazzling musicals to somber stage plays, Broadway NYC is a destination for millions each year. A theater district like no other in the world, stately buildings from the 19th and 20th centuries transport guests into some of the most famous stories ever told, as well as groundbreaking new works from up-and-coming playwrights. Broadway is also home to the legendary Ed Sullivan Theater, also known as CBS Studio 50, the home for renowned entertainers from its namesake to Stephen Colbert.
Get tickets for Broadway shows during your stay at our accommodations in Midtown, and join theatergoers from across the globe for an evening of astonishing performance. Discover some of the many venerable old venues that have been a part of Manhattan's history.
Broadway Theatres Near The Carnegie Hotel
- Gershwin Theatre - Named after brothers and musical legends George and Ira Gershwin, this Art Nouveau venue boasts a staggering 1,933 seats.
- Eugene O'Neill Theatre - Once owned and later sold by Neil Simon, the record-breaking run of "The Book of Mormon" has continued here since 2011.
- Ethel Barrymore Theatre - The last of many theatres built by Lee and J.J. Shubert, the Barrymore is distinguished by its ties to the famed acting dynasty and its stature as one of the only theatres that has served solely as a house, rather than being used for other purposes.
- Richard Rodgers Theatre - Having housed the greatest number (11) of Tony Award-winning Best Plays and Best Musicals, the Richard Rodgers Theatre most recently served as the stage for the Broadway debut of "Hamilton."
Amélie at Walter Kerr Theatre
Anastasia at Broadhurst Theatre