Eugene O'Neill Theatre (1925-Present)

Herbert J. Krapp, architect. Originally planned by the Shuberts as half of a theatre-hotel complex, both named for nineteenth century tragedian Edwin Forrest. But, by 1933, with the Depression on, the Shuberts could only, through clever dealings, hold onto the theatre. Through the years, it has seen many owners, including producer Lester Osterman (who renamed it the Eugene O'Neill), playwright Neil Simon, and, finally, Jujamcyn Theatres in 1982. The venue is located at 230 W. 49th Street, New York, NY and has a seating capacity of 1,108.

As the Eugene O'Neill Theatre (1959-Present)

Date Play
Mar 24, 2011 The Book of Mormon
Nov 23, 2009 Fela!
Mar 9, 2009 33 Variations
Dec 10, 2006 Spring Awakening
Nov 3, 2005 Sweeney Todd
Feb 2, 2005 Good Vibrations
May 2, 2004 Caroline, or Change
Apr 10, 2003 Nine
Oct 26, 2000 The Full Monty
Feb 17, 2000 Waiting in the Wings
Jan 13, 2000 Wrong Mountain
Feb 10, 1999 Death of a Salesman
Oct 15, 1998 More to Love
Apr 16, 1998 The Herbal Bed
May 11, 1994 Grease
Apr 8, 1992 Five Guys Named Moe
Dec 19, 1991 A Christmas Carol
Apr 3, 1991 Penn & Teller: The Refrigerator Tour
Feb 10, 1991 La BĂȘte
Mar 21, 1990 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Mar 20, 1988 M. Butterfly
Oct 13, 1987 Tom Waits in Concert on Broadway
Apr 25, 1985 Big River
Dec 1, 1983 The Glass Menagerie
Feb 22, 1983 Moose Murders
Dec 14, 1982 Monday After the Miracle
Oct 14, 1982 The Wake of Jamey Foster
May 31, 1982 The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
Jan 21, 1982 Little Me
Oct 29, 1981 Annie
Apr 6, 1981 Fools
Apr 3, 1980 I Ought to Be in Pictures
Jan 16, 1979 Chapter Two
Apr 12, 1978 Diversions and Delights
Nov 16, 1977 Your Arms Too Short to Box With God
Jun 10, 1976 California Suite
Oct 23, 1975 Yentl
Dec 11, 1974 God's Favorite
Nov 27, 1973 The Good Doctor
Nov 11, 1971 The Prisoner of Second Avenue
Dec 28, 1969 Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Feb 3, 1969 Canterbury Tales
Jan 8, 1968 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
Oct 30, 1967 The Freaking Out of Stephanie Blake
Aug 1, 1966 The Odd Couple
Mar 10, 1966 Happily Never After
Feb 1, 1966 The Great Indoors
Nov 3, 1965 Mating Dance
Nov 10, 1964 Something More!
Mar 28, 1964 Never Liver Over a Pretzel Factory
Apr 23, 1963 She Loves Me
Apr 5, 1962 A Thousand Clowns
Dec 26, 1961 Ross
Oct 12, 1961 Let It Ride!
Apr 25, 1961 The Young Abe Lincoln
Jan 12, 1961 Show Girl
Dec 12, 1960 The Hostage
Oct 20, 1960 Face of a Hero
Apr 13, 1960 A Second String
Feb 22, 1960 The Cool World
Jan 13, 1960 A Distant Bell
Nov 28, 1959 A Loss of Roses

As the Coronet Theatre (1945-1959)

Date Play
Oct 6, 1959 The Great God Brown
Dec 3, 1958 The Disenchanted
Oct 30, 1958 The Man in the Dog Suit
Apr 30, 1958 The Firstborn
Mar 4, 1958 The Waltz of the Toreadors
Jan 22, 1958 Summer of the 17th Doll
Oct 16, 1957 Nature's Way
Jan 17, 1957 The Waltz of the Toreadors
Dec 25, 1956 Saint Joan
Nov 1, 1956 The Sleeping Prince
Feb 8, 1956 The Great Sebastians
Sep 29, 1955 A Memory of Two Mondays
Sep 29, 1955 A View From the Bridge
Apr 25, 1955 The Bad Seed
Nov 3, 1954 Quadrille
Sep 23, 1954 All Summer Long
Dec 30, 1953 The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker
Oct 7, 1953 The Little Hut
Dec 18, 1952 The Children's Hour
May 28, 1952 Sunday Breakfast
Feb 1, 1952 Jane
Oct 18, 1951 Faithfully Yours
Mar 7, 1951 The Autumn Garden
Feb 20, 1951 Jotham Valley
Feb 13, 1951 Not for Children
Nov 1, 1950 Hilda Crane
Apr 27, 1950 Tickets, Please!
Feb 22, 1950 The Bird Cage
Jan 6, 1950 Happy as Larry
Oct 12, 1949 Harlequinade
Oct 12, 1949 The Browning Version
Feb 5, 1949 Diamond Lil
Sep 15, 1948 Small Wonder
Dec 11, 1947 Angel in the Wings
Jan 29, 1947 All My Sons
Jan 6, 1947 Lovely Me
Dec 25, 1946 Wonderful Journey
Dec 14, 1945 Dream Girl
Oct 27, 1945 Beggars Are Coming to Town

As the Forrest Theatre (1925-1945)

Date Play
Mar 12, 1945 The Overtons
Feb 14, 1945 Signature
Dec 25, 1944 Hand in Glove
Dec 11, 1944 Dark Hammock
Nov 23, 1944 The Man Who Had All the Luck
Oct 16, 1944 Meet a Body
Jan 24, 1944 Suds in Your Eye
Dec 22, 1943 Listen, Professor
Oct 26, 1943 Manhattan Nocturne
Sep 16, 1943 Bright Lights of 1944
Mar 24, 1943 King Richard III
Nov 8, 1942 Claudia
Oct 9, 1942 Three Men on a Horse
Sep 5, 1942 Tobacco Road
Dec 21, 1941 Brooklyn, U.S.A.
Nov 19, 1941 Walk Into My Parlor
Sep 1934 Tobacco Road
Aug 23, 1934 Keep Moving
Jun 7, 1934 Caviar
May 1, 1934 Love Kills
Apr 19, 1934 Broadway Interlude
Jan 31, 1934 Theodora, The Queen
Jan 10, 1934 Re-Echo
Oct 31, 1933 The Jooss Ballet
Sep 4, 1933 Crucible
Aug 7, 1933 Tommy
Jan 19, 1933 As Husbands Go
Nov 17, 1932 The Good Fairy
Oct 3, 1932 Ol' Man Satan
Apr 19, 1932 Angeline Moves In
Mar 24, 1932 A Few Wild Oats
Feb 19, 1932 New York to Cherbourg
Dec 25, 1931 Sugar Hill
Nov 19, 1931 The Devil's Host
Oct 13, 1931 Lean Harvest
Mar 1931 In the Best of Families
Oct 29, 1930 On the Spot
Mar 10, 1930 The Blue Ghost
Dec 4, 1929 Headquarters
Oct 21, 1929 Abraham Lincoln
Sep 30, 1929 Divided Honors
Sep 18, 1929 The Crooks' Convention
Aug 5, 1929 Now-a-Days
May 22, 1929 Chinese O'Neill
Apr 24, 1929 Carnival
Apr 1, 1929 Paolo and Francesca
Feb 11, 1929 The Whispering Gallery
Jan 14, 1929 Cafe de Danse
Nov 12, 1928 The Squealer
Oct 15, 1928 The Common Sin
Apr 23, 1928 The Skull
Apr 9, 1928 Saturday's Children
Mar 13, 1928 Veils
Feb 14, 1928 The Clutching Claw
Jan 18, 1928 Mirrors
Dec 26, 1927 Bless You, Sister
Sep 7, 1927 Women Go On Forever
May 2, 1927 The Road to Happiness
Mar 23, 1927 The Crown Prince
Mar 8, 1927 The Heaven Tappers
Jan 20, 1927 Lady Alone
Jan 4, 1927 Lace Petticoat
Dec 16, 1926 Hangman's House
Sep 28, 1926 The Woman Disputed
Mar 16, 1926 Rainbow Rose
Feb 22, 1926 Mama Loves Papa
Feb 1, 1926 The Matinee Girl
Nov 24, 1925 Mayflowers
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