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Circle In The Square Theatre | Seating Chart, Tickets, Tips & More

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The Circle in the Square Theatre, located at the Paramount Plaza, is one of the newer Broadway theaters, having opened in 1972. This theater is different from your average Broadway theaters in more ways than one. Unlike a regular theater with the stage at one end of the building with seating starting from the beginning of the stage, the Circle in the Square Theatre, like the name suggests, has its stage in the middle, surrounded by seats in varying order. The Circle in the Square’s first performance on Broadway was on November 15, 1972, with the revival of Mourning Becomes Electra. Post that, the theater went to host a bunch of iconic shows like Death of a Salesman, A Streetcar Named Car, The Rocky Horror Show, Godspell, and In Transit.

Presently, the Circle in the Square Theatre is hosting Oklahoma!. Looking forward to watching Oklahoma! from the best seats in the theater? Our Circle in the Square Theatre seating chart is here to help! Let’s begin with the highlights.

Venue Details

Address: Circle in the square theatre, 1633 Broadway, 234 West 50th Street, New York

Opened: 1972

Seating Capacity: 776
Orchestra : 514 (Wheelchair - 6)
Mezzanine : 252
Boxes : 12
Standing Room : 22

Seating Chart
Check out the Circle In The Square Theatre Seating Chart here.

Playing At Circle In The Square Theatre


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This stunning reimagining of the 1943 classic stays loyal to the original talks about a tale involving politics, community, love, and sex. The lyrics, music, and dialogues have been written by the original duo of Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rogers and continues to wow audiences almost seven and a half decades later. The current production features a talented cast comprising of Damon Daunno, Rebecca Naomi, Patrick Vaill, and more, playing key roles.

The Story

Set in 1906 in Oklahoma, the show closely follows the relationship between a cowboy named Curly McLain and a farm girl named Laurey Williams. When Curly asks Laurey out for box social night after flirting with her for a while, she refuses citing that he waited way too long to do so. She instead decides to head out with Jud Fry, a mentally disturbed farmhand. Box social night involves auctioning of lunch boxes where the bidder gets an opportunity to have lunch with the lady who prepared it. Watch as the love triangle spirals out of control with the entry of new characters and find out who eventually wins Laurey's hand.


Will Brill as Ali Hakim
Damon Daunno as Curly McLain
James Davis as Will Parker

Directed by

Daniel Fish

Show Timings

Tuesday & Thursday - 7 PM
Wednesday & Saturday - 2 PM & 8 PM
Friday - 8 PM
Sunday - 3 PM


2 hours 45 minutes

Practical Information

Section Accessibility

Orchestra: There are approximately 2 steps down per row in the orchestra level and the entrance to the orchestra is behind row K. An escalator is available from the street to the orchestra and there are steps into the theater with an elevator available.

Available Facilities

Restroom: Ladies and Men's restroom is available one flight of stairs from the theatre level.
Concessions: Theatre-level lobby.​
Water Fountain: Restrooms and Orchestra levels

Handy Tips

  • The Circle in the Square Theatre is not completely wheelchair accessible but seating is accessible to the orchestra level.
  • Once you are on the orchestra level there are approximately 2 steps down per row and the entrance to the orchestra is behind row K.
  • There is an escalator from the street level to the orchestra level and there are steps into the theater with an elevator available.
  • The theater has wheelchair accessible restroom available. Please contact the theater usher for assistance in finding the restroom.
  • Circle in the Square Theatre is equipped to provide its hearing impaired patrons with some additional hearing assistance device. Please contact the theater usher.
  • Since the entire venue is label orchestra, the only way to know where you are located is by the seat number. If you’re not sure about where exactly your seat is based on just the seat number, please contact your ticket seller and ask them the exact seat location.
  • Oklahoma! is 2 hours 45 minutes long.

Getting There

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The Circle In The Square Theatre is located at 1633 Broadway, 50th Street, which is one of the most popular areas in New York City and continually crowded by tourists. Being in such a high demand, the area is well connected and have many options when it comes to accessibility.

Driving your own vehicle in NYC can be a pain. Fret not! There’s always the reliable New York City public transport you can count on! There are many buses and metro trains you can take to reach the Circle in the Square Theatre. Buses plying to Theatre District are M104, M42, M6, M10, and M27/50. If travelling by subway is more your thing, you can take the 1, 9, C or E train to 50th Street or the N or R train to 49th Street.

Restaurants near Circle In The Square Theatre

Looking for a quick bite before or after your Broadway show? Here our some of our favorite restaurants around the Booth Theatre:

1. Bar Americain: This massive joint for pre-Theatre and business dinners serves upscale fare from chef Bobby Flay.

2. City Kitchen:This takeout joint serves the city’s best ramen in a straightforward, no-fuss manner, focusing on the quality of the food instead.

3. Dallas BBQ: A crowded local chain known for its massive servings of saucy meats, jumbo margaritas, and other classic fare.

4. DB Bistro Moderne: Located in Theatre District, Daniel Boulud’s Moderne serves modern French bistro cuisine with a touch of America.

5. The Lambs Club: A clubby, art-deco style restaurant in 132 West 44th Street, with cocktails and steaks to die for!.

Didn’t find what you were looking for? Check out our Theatre District Restaurants Guide for even more fantastic dining options in and around Broadway district.