Nederlander Theatre

Opened in 1921

208 W. 41st Street
New York, NY

Monday - Saturday: 10am - 8pm
Sunday: 12pm - 6pm

Theater History

The Nederlander opened in 1921 and has been previously known as the National Theatre, the Billy Rose, and the Trafalgar until it was renamed the Nederlander in 1980 in honor of the late David Tobias Nederlander.



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Restrooms are located in the Mezzanine.

Coat Check

Coat check is unavailable at this theater.


Where is the stage door?

The actors exit through the main theater entrance on 41st Street.


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Tommy at the Nederlander Theatre

The Who's Tommy

In 1969, The Who created a rock opera that changed the course of music history.

Some 25 years later, The Who’s TOMMY arrived on Broadway, winning 5 Tony Awards® and pushing the boundaries of what musical theatre can be. This March, the Amazing Journey resumes in a dazzling new production direct from a sold-out, record-breaking, award-winning Chicago premiere.

“Broadway has nothing else like this wizardry going on, not this season and nothing I know of for next season. Visually and sonically overwhelming, it’s a prescient masterpiece of a rock opera.” - Chicago Tribune


Best Seats in the House

The best views will be in the center orchestra and front mezzanine, but there are very few bad seats in this theater.

Number of Seats

1232 seats

Preview Seat View


Is there wheelchair accessible seating available?

Wheelchair accessible seating is located in the orchestra section.

Is there a wheelchair accessible restroom available?

Yes, a wheelchair accessible (unisex) restroom is located on Orchestra level.

Are there assistive devices available?

Hearing devices and personal induction loop devices are available. An ID is required as a deposit.


When to arrive: Doors open roughly a half hour before showtime. Give yourself plenty of time to pick up tickets and find your seats. What to wear: Whatever makes you comfortable! Some people dress up for the theater, but there is no official dress code. Children under 4 are not permitted in the theater. is an independent website. Content published on this site may be authored by individual contributors whose views may not necessarily reflect the views of or any other organization. We may receive commissions on purchases you make through links published on our website. Click here to review our disclosures page for more information.