Awesome production. Dancing and singing were spectacular! Great love story about Gloria and Emilio Estefan. A must see!!
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This is a beautiful theater inside the Marriott Marquis. It is located in the theater district of NYC. Easy access to elevators and escalators. Loved seeing ON YOUR FEET! Head up to the Marquis Lounge for great views of Times Square and a libation or...More
On Your Feet was so much fun The music and dancing was great.. The theater doesn't have the uniqueness of a lot of smaller Broadway theaters but the theater is quite large and the seats were comfortable. I've found a lot of theaters seating is...More
Stayed here years ago and now returning with my teenage daughter for a short stay. Rooms are very large for NY standards. Coffee pots in the room are standard. TV was probably 42" or bigger. Nice white duvet comforters with feather pillows. Marble floors in...More
Had a wonderful time watching On Your Feet at this theater. Didn’t realize that it was once the site of five separate playhouses that were demolished to give way to a hotel and the theater itself.
Loved the fact that the theater was inside the hotel so there was no waiting outside. Drinks are expensive like at any theater. Lots of accessible bathrooms. It was a large theater but that didn't matter either way for us. Our seats were on the...More
We really enjoyed the musical (On your Feet), but the theater is nothing special. When I'm coming to NYC to see a Broadway show, part of the experience for me is the small, intimate theater. Sadly, I found the Marquis to be boring and generic....More
Visited the Marquis Theatre to see "On Your Feet", the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan. Music and dancing was spectacular. The Theatre was very nice. It is hard to find as it is inside the Marriott Marquis, up a level from the street. You...More
We saw Get on Your Feet here. Most theaters are older and have limited leg space. Quite the opposite here. Very comfortable and clean. Certainly more updated than other Broadway theaters. Sounds and acoustics are great. Not a bad seat in the house. Only negative...More
We had arguably the worst seats in the house (top row in the balcony, left most four seats) but they were still excellent seats and we were able to see everything. The show we saw, "On Your Feet", used the center of the stage for...More