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Interesting premise but I could not understand much of the dialogue. Maybe it's me. Noone laughed anywhere near me. Some people in the orchestra got some of the jokes and must have understood what was being said. Ditto for my wife who has much better...More
The seats have a good amount of legroom, particularly when compared to older Broadway theaters. The doors open a little earlier than most Broadway theaters, allowing attendees an opportunity to use the restroom without a long last-minute line. The staff is helpful.
Well-acted and the actors were gracious enough to come out for a moderated Q&A after ther performance. Difficult subject matter but a good complement to Pride Month and Juneteenth.
The theater was cozy. I liked it.
This theater has been renamed The Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, apparently after a well known Broadway publicist. It is a smaller theater that has been restored and is very attractive. This was the first time that my seat was in the balcony, 2nd row. My...More
We attended The Children by Lucy Kirkwood at The Samuel Friedman Theatre. I enjoyed the play, but I oddly did not really like any of the characters. Maybe Hazel… In the end, maybe it gives the whole sorry lot a chance to redeem themselves. The...More
The Samuel J. Friedman Theatre which is the home of the MTC is an excellent venue for their current offering, "The Children" which is an English play originally shown at London's Royal Court Theatre. This play has come to New York with its original cast...More
Just to avoid confusion, this theater is now renamed The Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. It is a smaller theater than most on Broadway and has a warm and intimate atmosphere. I sat in the second row Orchestra and my view of the stage was wonderful...More
Just returned from seeing The Little Foxes, the great revival of probably Hellman's best play. The cast was staggeringly good, with special kudos to Cynthia Nixon, Laura Linney, Michael Mc Lean and Richard Thomas. As a subscriber/patron I've enjoyed every single show I've attended. One...More