The River

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Tickets at Circle in the Square Theatre

The Circle in the Square Theatre is a legitimate Broadway theater designed by Alan Sayles. It was built on the site of the famed Capitol Movie House and is one of two theaters now located inside the building known as Paramount Plaza. Its first Broadway production was in 1972.


The auditorium is one of two Broadway theaters that use a thrust stage that extends into the audience on three sides.


Circle in the Square Theatre provides audio description devices for every performance at the theater. The theater also offers hand-held devices that provide captioning for deaf or hard of hearing patrons. There is a representative at the audience services desk at every performance to assist any patron with the audio description services or captioning devices.


For performance information for people with hearing loss, visit TheaterAccess


To purchase accessible tickets, call Telecharge Access Services at 866-300-9761 or TDD/TTY 888-889-8587.

Address

235 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10019
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About The River on Broadway

Venue

Circle in the Square Theatre
235 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10019
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Duration

90 minutes (no intermission)

Audience

May be inappropriate for 12 and under.

Opening

Nov. 16, 2014

Closing

Feb. 8, 2015

Photos for The River

Story for The River

Tony Award winner Hugh Jackman returns to Broadway in The River, a spellbinding new play written by Jez Butterwoth and directed by Ian Rickson, the team behind the hit play Jerusalem.

A remote fishing cabin, a man and a woman, and a moonless night. The River asks: when we find each other, are we trying to recapture someone we once lost?

Erotic, chilling and poetic, The River promises to be the must-see event of the season.

Critics’ Reviews for The River

"And in banking his fires so compellingly, [Hugh Jackman] ascends with assurance to a new level as a stage actor."

Ben Brantley, The New York Times

"But the show is all about Jackman. His sturdy star turn is manly, measured and speckled with melancholy. "

Joe Dziemianowicz, New York Daily News

"Hugh Jackman is electrifying in The River, a concentrated, mysterious fish tale of a play. "

Jeremy Gerard, Deadline.com