Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake

Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake Tickets

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Tickets at New York City Center Mainstage

Situated just off Times Square in New York on 44th Street, between Millennium Broadway Hotel and The Premier Hotel, the Hudson Theatre originally opened on October 19, 1903 with a production of Cousin Kate starring Ethel Barrymore. Built by Henry B. Harris, a famous Broadway producer of that period, the Hudson Theatre is one of New York City’s oldest Broadway showplaces.


The 100-foot long lobby was the largest ever seen on Broadway at that time. Among the stars that have graced the Hudson’s stage are Douglas Fairbanks, William Holden, Helen Hayes, Edward G. Robinson and Dorothy Gish. Barbara Stanwyck and Judith Anderson both made their debuts on its stage.


On September 27, 1956 the first nationwide broadcast of “The Tonight Show” starring Steve Allen originated from the Hudson Theatre. It was granted landmark status for both its internal and external features in 1987. The Hudson Theatre reopened as a Broadway theater on February 11, 2017.

Address

131 West 55th Street
New York, NY 10019
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New York City Center Mainstage

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About Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake on Broadway

Venue

New York City Center Mainstage
131 West 55th Street
New York, NY 10019
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Opening

Jan. 30, 2020

Closing

Feb. 9, 2020

Story for Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake

When Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake premiered in 1995, it “changed the dance landscape forever” (The Observer, UK). The image of bare-chested men in feathered trousers as the flock of alluring swans instantly became iconic, and the production went on to earn more than 30 international accolades including three Tony Awards. This winter, Bourne’s groundbreaking dance-theater company New Adventures—last at City Center in 2017 with The Red Shoes— returns in a not-to-be-missed production reimagined for the 21st century. Witty, passionate, and audacious as ever, Bourne’s Swan Lake is the dance event of the season.