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The Richard Rodgers Theatre, originally Chanin’s 46th Street Theatre, was designed by Herbert J. Krapp and built in 1925 by Irwin Chanin. The theatre currently holds the distinction of having housed the greatest number (eleven) of Tony Award-winning Best Plays and Best Musicals, more than any other theatre on Broadway.


226 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
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About If/Then on Broadway


Richard Rodgers Theatre
226 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
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2 hours and 35 minutes (with 1 intermission)


May be inappropriate for 12 and under.


March 30, 2014


March 22, 2015

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Story for If/Then

On the verge of turning 40, Elizabeth (Idina Menzel) moves to New York City, the ultimate city of possibility, intent on a fresh start – new home, new friends, and hopes for a resurgent career. But even in her carefully planned new life, the smallest decision or most random occurrence will impact her world in ways she never dreamt possible. Set against the ever-shifting landscape of modern day Manhattan, If/Then is a romantic and original new musical about how choice and chance collide and how we learn to love the fallout.

If/Then, produced by David Stone, is directed by Next to Normal and Rent director Michael Greif. The new musical also includes music by Tom Kitt with book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey, both Tony and Pulitzer Prize Award winners for Next to Normal.

Critics’ Reviews for If/Then

"If/Then certainly is a breath of fresh air. It is a smart, romantic piece with a well-crafted soft rock score and great performances all around."

Matt Windman, AM NY

"Superior performances from top to bottom, from a gorgeously multi-everything cast, are just some of the signs that the director Michael Greif is offering his finest work to date."

Jesse Green, New York Magazine

"Highlights of the large, lovely cast include Anthony Rapp as the maybe-bisexual activist friend, James Snyder as the possibly ideal husband and LaChanze, who, as the live-wire new gay friend, is snappy and stylish and overdue for her own big musical again."

Linda Winer, Newsday