Music Box Theatre
This theater was built in 1921 for the sole purpose of producing the works of Irving Berlin. He eventually learned to share this wonderful space with other New York artists. Some of the shows produced here include Once in a Lifetime, Dinner at Eight, and The Man Who Came to Dinner. The best seats are located in the front mezzanine near the center and the side orchestra up to Row J. The Music Box has a seating capacity of 975.