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Shubert Theater

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247 College St, New Haven, CT 06510-2405
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Robyn D wrote a review Feb 2020
NEW HAVEN30 contributions8 helpful votes
There's no denying the Shubert Theater's historic wonderment. It is a sight to see and brings quality, top rated shows. The downfall is,,, falling down! Just kidding but you need to use extreme caution in using the very narrow, very steep stairs with little holing support.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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ChuckeyGal wrote a review Dec 2019
Chuckey, Tennessee77 contributions12 helpful votes
The show was deeply moving and we were all so happy to have seen it. I recommend it for anyone - families especially. The theater is historic but well kept. Acoustics were excellent. We sat in the Mezzanine and could see and hear quite well.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ignatovv wrote a review Oct 2019
Trumbull, Connecticut7 contributions1 helpful vote
The Shubert Theater is a true off-Broadway theater with a Broadway spirit!! We went there twice already and we loved it. It is not too large inside, so even if you get cheap ticket for the 2nd layer balcony you'd see and hear everything clearly. The location is right near the New haven park and within downtown , parking's right next door and it is in a garage - you would be paying for it, but at least your car will be safe and you can visit any of the multiple restaurants and caffe's around and not to worry about your car.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Angela S wrote a review Jul 2019
9 contributions13 helpful votes
Excellent Theatre. Convenient Parking, close to major highways and many restaurants. Recommend that you make reservation to nearby restaurants as they get filled at the pre theatre times. This is my third visit to this theatre and each performance has been excellent production of the original NY theatre play.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Joyfulvictoria wrote a review May 2019
Jackson, Mississippi6 contributions1 helpful vote
I brought a group of 30 women from Mississippi to New Haven to see the musical “Something Rotten” at the Historic Shubert Theatre. Not only was the production fabulous, the Shubert staff were so warm and welcoming. This group of Mississippi women volunteer at local nursing homes singing and dancing. Our current “show” is “Broadway!” Since the Shubert in New Haven is truly the home of the Nation’s Greatest Hits, we wanted to visit and learn something. We were given a backstage tour that made the theatre history come alive. Thank you to a Team Shubert for going above and beyond to make our visit memorable.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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