Eugene O’Neill Theatre

Eugene O’Neill Theatre
230 W 49th St
New York, 10019
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This Broadway house was originally named The Forrest after the American classical actor. It was renamed for the renowned playwright in 1959, six years after his death. The theater went years without a hit until Neil Simon took over and produced his plays almost exclusively at the O'Neill. The best seats are in the center of the house Rows A through J as well as the first few rows of the mezzanine. The theater has a seating capacity of 1,102 for plays and 1,065 for musicals.

Current Productions

Past Productions

Death of a Salesman

Closed: November 7, 1999

Waiting In The Wings

Closed: May 28, 2000

Wrong Mountain

Closed: February 5, 2000

The Full Monty

Closed: September 1, 2002

Short Talks on the Universe

Closed: November 18, 2002


Closed: December 14, 2003

Caroline, or Change

Closed: August 29, 2004

Good Vibrations

Closed: April 24, 2005

Sweeney Todd

Closed: September 3, 2006

Spring Awakening

Closed: January 18, 2009

All About Eve

Closed: November 10, 2008

33 Variations

Closed: May 21, 2009


Closed: September 19, 2011