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King Charles III

King Charles III Tickets

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Tickets at Music Box Theatre

The Music Box was opened in 1921 by producer Sam H. Harris and composer Irving Berlin to showcase a series of Berlin’s “Music Box Revues.” Heralded on more than one occasion as the “best looking house on Broadway,” this 87-year-old venue has only been home to legitimate theater—unlike many of its neighbors.


To this day, The Music Box is co-owned by Irving Berlin’s estate along with the Shubert Organization.

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239 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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How to Get Discounts at the Box Office

In addition to using our discount offers on the above discount website(s), you may also visit the theater's box office in-person to purchase tickets with the discount code or purchase regular priced tickets and save fees. As always, if you do not have flexibility we advise making a purchase in advance to secure your tickets.

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About King Charles III on Broadway

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Venue

Music Box Theatre
239 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Duration

2 hours and 30 minutes (with 1 intermission)
Audience

Audience

Ages 12+
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Previews

Oct. 10, 2015

Opening

Nov. 1, 2015

Closing

Jan. 31, 2016

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Story for King Charles III

In the future history play by Mike Bartlett, the Queen is dead, and after a lifetime of waiting, Prince Charles ascends the throne. The controversial play explores the people underneath the crowns, the unwritten rules of our democracy and the conscience of Britain's most famous family.

Critics’ Reviews for King Charles III

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"A dazzling drama by Mike Bartlett, directed with fiery wit and rushing momentum by Rupert Goold. "

Ben Brantley, The New York Times
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"Vibrant, gripping and thrilling. "

Mark Kennedy, Associated Press
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"An absolutely breathtaking portrayal of royal unraveling."

Jeremy Gerard, Deadline