The Visit

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The Lyceum Theatre was built by producer Daniel Frohman in 1903. It was purchased in 1940 by a group of producers and later changed hands to the Shuberts where it has remained ever since. The building has been declared a landmark and still uses Frohman's former apartment above the theater as the Shubert Archive.

The Lyceum is Broadway's oldest continually operating legitimate theater.


149 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Lyceum Theatre

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About The Visit on Broadway


Lyceum Theatre
149 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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100 minutes (no intermission)


May be inappropriate for 12 and under.


March 26, 2015


April 23, 2015


June 14, 2015

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Story for The Visit

When the world’s wealthiest woman returns home for the first time in decades, it’s the talk of the town. When that woman is portrayed by the legendary Chita Rivera, it’s Broadway history in the making.

This spring, the sensational two-time Tony winner joins Tony Award winner Roger Rees (Nicholas Nickleby) in a stunning tale of young love, timeless seduction, and sweet revenge. Sure to become the season’s most delicious musical sensation.

The Visit marks the historic final collaboration between the creators of the Tony award-winning masterwork Kiss of the Spider Woman. John Kander and Fred Ebb, the Tony, Emmy and Grammy Award-winning songwriters behind some of the most iconic musicals of the past 50 years, including Chicago and Cabaret, collaborate once more with four-time Tony Award winnerTerrence McNally (Master Class, Ragtime, Kiss of the Spider Woman).

This incredible triumvirate, joined by celebrated choreographer Graciela Daniele (Ragtime, The Rink) and director John Doyle, the Tony Award-winning visionary behind the revivals of Sweeney Todd and Company, now brings The Visit to Broadway.

Critics’ Reviews for The Visit

"Stunning. A haunting, masterly 100-minute powerhouse!"


"Fascinating and alluring"

Time Out New York

"Chita Rivera stops the show. She is a devilish delight."

The New York Times