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Famed producer and director David Belasco built this theater in 1907and named it The Belasco Stuyvesant. In 1910 he changed it to just Belasco and proceeded to produce, direct and even write many of the venue's shows. Belasco lived above the theater in a gothic-style duplex.

The Shuberts purchased the theater in 1948 and leased it to NBC for three years but has since used it as a legitimate theater.


111 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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About Blackbird on Broadway



Belasco Theatre
111 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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80 minutes (no intermission)




Feb. 5, 2016


March 10, 2016


June 11, 2016

Story for Blackbird

Tony Award nominee JEFF DANIELS and Academy Award nominee MICHELLE WILLIAMS return to Broadway in DAVID HARROWER's Olivier Award-winning BLACKBIRD. Called “one of the most powerful dramas of the century” by The New York Times, BLACKBIRD is "a brilliant and tantalizing study in sexual obsession that leaves one both shaken and stirred” (The Guardian). Tony Award winner JOE MANTELLO directs this strictly limited engagement.

Critics’ Reviews for Blackbird

critics reviews

"Michelle Williams plays the spiky, vengeful and still-broken victim, and Jeff Daniels is the stressed-out, humiliated one-time aggressor. With this indisputably superb cast, the play ducks and weaves enough to take your breath away under Joe Mantello's taut direction."

Mark Kennedy, Associated Press
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"Unyielding in its needling focus, this riveting drama is a stark examination of love, pain and loss that's both compassionate and unforgiving, all of which helps it navigate the move to a bigger stage with a corresponding amplification of its emotional power."

David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter
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"Without in any way glamorizing the situation, Blackbird so complicates the questions of consent and trauma and recovery -- and even love -- that it would be difficult to look at any of these subjects the same way again..."

Jesse Green, Vulture