Rocky Tickets

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Tickets at Winter Garden Theatre

The Winter Garden Theatre was built by the Shubert Brothers in 1911. The theater was then completely remodeled by famed Broadway architect Herbert J. Krapp in the 1920s. The building features a larger-than-normal stage, which is adjacent to 50th Street, and the entrance leads in from Broadway.

The theater's previous tenant Cats was its most successful and longest running show. It remains property of the Shubert Organization.


1634 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
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About Rocky on Broadway


Winter Garden Theatre
1634 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
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2 hours and 30 minutes (with 1 intermission)


May be inappropriate for 12 and under.


March 13, 2014


Aug. 17, 2014

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Story for Rocky

Somewhere in downtown Philadelphia, a down-and-out fighter named Rocky Balboa struggles to stay on his feet. But when the chance of a lifetime comes along, he takes his best shot at becoming a champion… and his last shot at finding first love.

The iconic underdog story Rocky has inspired an innovative new stage production, brought to extraordinary life by a five-time Tony Award-winning creative team, including director Alex Timbers (Peter and the Starcatcher), songwriting team Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty (Ragtime), and book writers Thomas Meehan (The Producers) and Sylvester Stallone (Rocky, the Oscar-winning Best Picture).

Both an adrenaline-infused spectacle and a surprising tale of blossoming romance between two lonely outsiders, Rocky is a visceral and heart-stopping theatrical experience for everyone brave enough to follow their dream.

Critics’ Reviews for Rocky

"The stage version, directed with immense panache and soaring physicality by Alex Timbers, is very nearly as good [as the movie], an unpretentious slice of honest entertainment whose rock-'em-sock-'em finale will set the snobbiest of theatergoers to cheering in spite of themselves."

Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

"Rocky delivers edge-of-your-seat thrills — particularly in the final 15 minutes — that underscore the fact that fans of boxing and live theater share some DNA."

Thom Geier, Entertainment Weekly

"The stage magic that director Alex Timbers and set designer Christopher Barrecawork with the finale fight is so visceral and exhilarating that it sends the audience out on a high."

David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter