Located on 44th Street, just next to Times Square, is the new and refurbished Hudson Theater. Almost 50 years after its last Broadway performance in 1968, the Hudson Theater has returned in style, making for one of the finest theater experiences in NYC.
After a successful run of the political drama The Parisian Woman, the Hudson Theatre is now home to ‘Burn This’, an intense love story starring Keri Russell and Adam Driver, and directed by Michael Mayer. Also, here’s a handy link to the seat availability and real time prices for different seats/dates for Burn This on Headout.
If you’re looking to catch Burn This, make sure to go through this extensive Hudson Theater seating chart to find the best seats in the house.
Address: 141 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036
Seating Capacity: 970
Orchestra : 474
Mezzanine : 254
Check out the Hudson Theatre Seating Chart here.
Playing At The Hudson Theatre: Burn This
Lanford Wilson's Burn This first performed in the year 1987, where it opened to rave reviews. The consistently good reception for the show has seen it being performed over the last few decades across various venues. Tony Award winner Michael Myer is directing the 2019 version, starring Adam Driver (who comes off a recent Oscar nomination) and Keri Russell, two exceptionally brilliant actors playing lovers who meet during unforeseen circumstances. Previews begin on March 15, 2019 and the show officially opens on April 16, 2019.
Anna is struggling to come to terms with the untimely demise of her dance partner and choreographer Robbie. Her longtime boyfriend Burton and ad man Larry are trying to console her. This is when Pale, Robbie's elder brother and a cocaine-snorting hotel manager, walks into the scene. Anna finds it hard to not to fall in love with him, even though Pale isn't the most charming man around. What follows forms the crux of Burn This.
Tue & Thu - 7:00 PM
Wed & Fri - 2:00 PM & 8:00 PM
Sat - 8:00 PM
Sun - 3:00 PM
3 hours including one intermission.
Orchestra: Seating is accessible to all parts of the Orchestra without steps.
Mezzanine: There are several small sets of stairs to get to the seats. There are 3 flights of stairs to the Balcony. Hand rails are available at every stepped seat row.
Restroom: Accessible restrooms are located on both the Orchestra and Dress Circle levels. There are a total of 27 toilets in the venue.
Telephone: There is complimentary public Wifi throughout the theatre.
Water Fountain: A water fountain is available in the Dress Circle and the Balcony.
- Drinks are served in real glassware without a lid. Hence, it is advisable to have your drink at the bar as it may be a trouble and a task to keep things from spilling inside the theatre.
- Burn This is a show that runs for 3 hours. Plan your restroom break accordingly.
- Talking of restrooms, the newly renovated Hudson has restrooms on all levels (Balcony restroom is only male though).
- Though the Hudson has some of the widest and most comfortable seating in Broadway, seats in the balcony, though not cramped are a bit small and low for tall folks. Keep this in mind when selecting your seats.
The Hudson Theatre is located near Times Square and is very easy to reach. Located on 139-141 W 44th Street, you can find ample parking spaces near the theatre. Check out Icon Parking near the theatre for trouble-free parking.
On the other hand, if you’re taking the subway, there are plenty of options for you. You can take the lines A, C and E to the 42nd Street and 8th Avenue or lines N, R, S, 1, 2, 3, 7 and 9 to 42nd Street and Times Square.
Restaurants near Hudson Theatre
1. Sardi’s: This iconic, continental diner is lined with caricatures of showbiz celebrities making it a hit with locals and tourists alike.
2. The Lamb's Club: This art-deco style restaurant, located in 132 West 44th Street, serves some of the best cocktails and steaks in New York.
3. Carmine's: One of the most popular restaurants on Broadway, Carmine’s is your answer to home-style Italian food in New York.
4. Connolly's: A wood-paneled Irish pub, Connolly’s is your go to place for pub food and a beer in New York.
5. DB Bistro Moderne: Located in Theater District, Daniel Boulud’s Moderne serves modern French bistro cuisine with a touch of America.
If you're looking for more options, how about checking out our in-depth guide on restaurants in the Theater District. It has everything you're looking for. And more.