Eugene O'Neill Theatre Parking
You can find the Eugene O’Neill Broadway theatre at 230 West 49th Street in midtown Manhattan. It was initially named Forrest Theatre for the 19th-century tragedian Edwin Forrest. It raised its curtains on November 24th, 1925 with a musical called Mayflowers.
In 1945, it received its second name as the Coronet Theatre. Finally, it was rechristened in 1959 as the Eugene O’Neill Theatre in honor of American Playwright Lester Osterman. Some of the Eugene O’Neill Theatre’s more recent productions include Good Vibrations, Sweeney Todd, Spring Awakening, 33 Variations, Fela!, and 8.
The Eugene O’Neill Theatre currently plays The Book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon is a religious satire musical that has overwhelmingly received a positive response and has won numerous theatre awards. It nabbed 9 Tony awards including Best Musical and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album. The Book of Mormon holds the box office record for the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, grossing over 2 million dollars in just nine performances last December of 2012.
You’ll find yourself quite lucky to score tickets to this gorgeous theatre with its beautiful interiors and eye-catching architecture. An added bonus is that there’s literally no bad seat in the house. You’re doubly lucky to watch The Book of Mormon which is hilariously funny and tunefully fantastic.
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