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Barrymore Theatre, New York City

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Theaters, Concerts & Shows, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • My teenage daughter and I love New York City. What we don't love are tourist traps. Something more authentic is what we desire. We were fortunate enough to have received the gift of tickets to a show ...  read more »
  • Not only is this theater worth seeing for its own architectural and artistic value, the show playing there at the moment, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night, is well-worth seeing. See my rev...  read more »
  • The play is excellent and a must see the downside is the heat in the theatre which was sweltering and they sell warm water at $5 a bottle. Top tip there is a deli about a hundred yards down the road g...  read more »
  • Saw "Curious Incident" here. Great show. Theater itself is pretty, but legroom is pretty cramped for taller guys and my knees started to hurt by the end of the show. Staff was friendly and helpful.
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime was absolutely incredible! The set design was a masterpiece, and the way they incorporated movement into the scenes helped the audience get a sense of what was going on inside the head of the lead character, who is autistic. Stunning visuals, moving performances and this masterful set made for an incredible show!
  • Went to see the curious incident of the dog in the night time. Nice small theatre, comfortable seats. Good refreshmen selection, same price as all the other theatres. Great stage, and great viewing angles!
  • This The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightime is a great show for Everyone. If you are an educator, however who teaches children with autism, this is a must see. The show presents an excellent depiction of the struggles, interests and successes that a child with autism may experience. Certain parts will bring a tear to your eyes while others will make you smile. A great show overall. We literally sat in the last row, but were able to see perfectly. This is NOT a musical, like most Broadway shows, but worth seeing nonetheless.
  • Pretty comfortable seating for an old Broadway house. Friendly box office and usher staff. Bar and restroom area gets packed during intermission as usual, but you can tell they packed as many facilities as possible into the restroom to try and help everything move along faster.
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