|The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 205 West 46th Street in midtown-Manhattan.
Designed by the architect firm of Carrere and Hastings, it was built by producer Charles Dillingham and opened as the Globe Theatre, in honor of London’s Shakespearean playhouse, on January 10, 1910 with a musical entitled The Old Town. Although it was situated on 46th street with a grand Beaux-Arts facade, it also had a small entrance on Broadway between 46th and 47th Streets. Most of the Globe’s early shows were dramatic plays, including two revivals of La Dame aux Camélias. In the late teens and 1920s, the focus shifted to musicals.
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|205 West 46th Street (between 7Ave & Broadway) New York, NY 10036|
|Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St–Port Authority; N, Q, R to 42nd St S, 1, 2, 3, 7 to 42nd St–Times Square|
|Monday & Tuesday: 10am – 8pm Wednesday – Sat: 10 am – 8.30pm|
|There are designated wheelchair and companion seats in the rear of the orchestra section.|
|If the patron can transfer from their wheelchair to a seat, we have orchestra locations as close as the first ten rows where arm rest lifts for easy transfer. No steps involved.|
|The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre is equipped with a handicapped restroom on the theatre’s first floor.Sound Enhancement:Headsets for sound augmentation are available at the theatre, free of charge. Photo identification is required as a deposit.|
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