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HISTORY: The Eugene O'Neill Theatre was built in 1925 and designed by architect Herbert J. Krapp, who designed nearly half of the current Broadway theatres, including the Lyceum, Shubert, Booth, New Amsterdam and Longacre Theatres. Originally named the Forrest Theatre, after Edwin Forrest, the first American-Born Broadway star, the theatre was the first to combine a theatre with a hotel, and was the first to use steel frame construction, which had only previously been used for skyscrapers. The theatre was renamed the Coronet Theatre in 1945, and in 1953 was renamed again after Eugene O'Neill! It was the first theater to be named after a playwright. Learn More in Theatre Stories



Address:
230 West 49th St.

New York, NY

BUILT: 1925

SEATING CAPACITY: 1066
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Theatre History

DATES PRODUCTION
2/24/2011 - ? The Book of Mormon (2021)
10/19/2009 - 1/2/2011 Fela! (2009)
2/9/2009 - 5/21/2009 33 Variations (2009)
3/31/2008 - 3/31/2008 You May Now Worship Me (2008)
11/16/2006 - 1/18/2009 Spring Awakening (2006)
10/3/2005 - 9/3/2006 Sweeney Todd (2005)
12/20/2004 - 4/24/2005 Good Vibrations (2005)
4/13/2004 - 8/29/2004 Caroline, or Change (2004)
3/21/2003 - 12/14/2003 Nine (2003)
11/17/2002 - 11/18/2002 Short Talks on the Universe (2002)
9/25/2000 - 9/1/2002 The Full Monty (2000)
2/17/2000 - 5/28/2000 Waiting in the Wings (1999)
12/27/1999 - 2/5/2000 Wrong Mountain (2000)
1/22/1999 - 11/7/1999 Death of a Salesman (1999)
10/1/1998 - 10/17/1998 More to Love (1998)
3/27/1998 - 4/26/1998 The Herbal Bed (1998)
4/23/1994 - 1/25/1998 Grease (1994)
3/20/1992 - 5/2/1993 Five Guys Named Moe (1992)
12/17/1991 - 12/29/1991 A Christmas Carol (1991)
3/26/1991 - 6/30/1991 Penn & Teller: The Refrigerator Tour (1991)
1/29/1991 - 3/2/1991 La Bete (1991)
3/14/1990 - 8/1/1990 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1990)
3/13/1988 - 1/27/1990 M. Butterfly (1988)
10/13/1987 - 10/18/1987 Tom Waits in Concert on Broadway (1987)
4/5/1985 - 9/20/1987 Big River (1985)
11/24/1983 - 2/19/1984 The Glass Menagerie (1983)
1/30/1983 - 2/22/1983 Moose Murders (1983)
12/6/1982 - 12/18/1982 Monday After the Miracle (1982)
10/4/1982 - 10/23/1982 The Wake of Jamey Foster (1982)
5/25/1982 - 7/24/1982 The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982)
12/26/1981 - 2/21/1982 Little Me (1982)
10/29/1981 - 12/6/1981 Annie (1977)
3/25/1981 - 5/9/1981 Fools (1981)
3/15/1980 - 1/11/1981 I Ought to Be in Pictures (1980)
1/16/1979 - 12/9/1979 Chapter Two (1977)
4/10/1978 - 4/22/1978 Diversions and Delights (1978)
11/16/1977 - 1/1/1978 Your Arms Too Short to Box With God (1976)
6/7/1976 - 7/2/1977 California Suite (1976)
10/15/1975 - 5/2/1976 Yentl (1975)
12/3/1974 - 3/22/1975 God's Favorite (1974)
11/19/1973 - 5/25/1974 The Good Doctor (1973)
10/9/1971 - 9/29/1973 The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1971)
12/28/1969 - 9/4/1971 Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1969)
2/3/1969 - 5/18/1969 Canterbury Tales (1969)
1/8/1968 - 10/19/1968 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (1967)
10/30/1967 - 11/1/1967 The Freaking Out of Stephanie Blake ()
8/1/1966 - 7/2/1967 The Odd Couple (1965)
3/3/1966 - 3/12/1966 Happily Never After (1966)
11/1/1965 - 11/3/1965 Mating Dance (1965)
1/17/1965 - 2/5/1966 The Great Indoors (1966)
10/28/1964 - 11/21/1964 Something More! (1964)
3/20/1964 - 4/4/1964 Never Live Over a Pretzel Factory (1964)
4/22/1963 - 1/11/1964 She Loves Me (1963)
4/4/1962 - 4/13/1963 A Thousand Clowns (1962)
12/26/1961 - 4/1/1962 Ross (1961)
10/11/1961 - 12/9/1961 Let it Ride (1961)
4/25/1961 - 5/6/1961 The Young Abe Lincoln (1961)
1/11/1961 - 4/8/1961 Show Girl (1961)
12/12/1960 - 1/7/1961 The Hostage (1960)
10/19/1960 - 11/19/1960 Face of a Hero (1960)
4/13/1960 - 5/7/1960 A Second String (1960)
2/22/1960 - 2/23/1960 The Cool World (1960)
1/13/1960 - 1/16/1960 A Distant Bell (1960)
11/28/1959 - 12/19/1959 A Loss of Roses (1959)