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Constructed in 1896, the Winter Garden Theatre officially opened in 1911 with the production of Vera Violetta and has since become home to many iconic Broadway productions. Presently, the theatre is hosting the musical adaptation of the Tim Burton blockbuster, Beetlejuice. Our Winter Garden Theatre seating chart will help you find the best seats in the theatre for Beetlejuice and make the most out of your Broadway experience. Also, here's a handy link to the seat availability and real time prices for different seats/dates for Beetlejuice on Headout.

Beetlejuice tells the story of Lydia Deetz who is obsessed with death, ghosts, and the afterlife. She considers herself lucky when her new residence is haunted by a demon and a deceased couple. Even if the story might sound grim, the show is peppered with enough laugh-out-loud moments.

Great! Now that you’re all caught up on the show’s plot, let’s begin with our Winter Garden Theatre seating chart.

Venue Details

Address: 1634 Broadway, West 50th St.

Opened: 1922

Seating Capacity: 1,526
Orchestra : 1000
Mezzanine : 486
Boxes & Standing Room : 40

Seating Chart
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Playing At The Winter Garden Theatre



Adapted from Tim Burton's strangely enjoyable film of the same name, Beetlejuice is filled with scenes that make you laugh. Directed by two-time Tony Award nominee (and winner of Golden Globe and Drama Desk awards) Alex Chambers who is famed for his contribution to 'Moulin Rouge!', Beetlejuice promises next-level entertainment. The show also features excellent musical compositions and lyrics by Eddie Perfect. Fans of the original movie and also of the 'comedy' genre, will have a great time witnessing Beetlejuice, which unravels at the Winter Garden Theatre in the month of April.

The Story

Lydia Deetz has always had this thing for death, afterlife, and ghosts. To her luck, she finds her house haunted by the ghosts of a deceased couple and a tarnished demon. She forms a pact with the demon wherein he'll help scare her parents away. But the demon, of course, had bigger plans in mind that Lydia is unaware of. The demon's detailed plan also involves a ghastly sandstorm, an arranged wedding, an exorcism, and even driving a girl scout insane. Watch Beetlejuice to find out if everything goes according to plan or not!



Show Timings

Tue & Thu - 7:00 PM
Wed & Sat - 2:00 PM & 8:00 PM
Fri - 8:00 PM
Sun - 3:00 PM

These timings may be subject to change. Click here to check out the real-time seat availability and pricing for the Winter Garden Theatre.


2 hours and 30 minutes, with one intermission

Practical Information

Section Accessibility

Orchestra: Seating is accessible to all parts of the Orchestra without steps. There are no steps in the designated wheelchair seating location.
Mezzanine: Located on the 2nd level - up 2 flights (34 steps). Please Note: On the Mezzanine level, there are approximately 2 steps down per row. Entrance to the Mezzanine is behind row K.

Available Facilities

Restroom: Unisex, wheelchair accessible restroom located on orchestra level.
Payphone: Located in the lobby. Accessible at 54".
Water Fountain: Located in the lobby.

Available Facilities

Restroom: Unisex, wheelchair accessible restroom located on orchestra level.
Payphone: Located in the lobby. Accessible at 54".
Water Fountain: Located in the lobby.

Handy Tips

  • The Winter Garden Theatre is not completely wheelchair accessible. While there are no steps into the theatre from the sidewalk, if there are steps, either into or within the theatre, the staff will be unable to provide assistance.
  • Seating is accessible to all parts of the orchestra without steps, making this section ideal for patrons who use a wheelchair. Please note that there are no steps in the designated wheelchair seating location.
  • Beetlejuice is two hours and thirty minutes long, with one intermission. Plan your restroom break accordingly.
  • On the mezzanine level, there are approximately two steps down per row and the entrance to the mezzanine section is behind row K. The Winter Garden Theatre has a wheelchair accessible restroom in the orchestra level.

Getting There

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The Winter Garden Theatre is located at 1634 Broadway, West 50th St. This is very popular locality, situated at walking distance from Times Square. Given its strategic location, getting to the Winter Garden Theatre is quite easy.

If you’re planning on taking the subway, there are plenty of options for you. You can either take the C, E to 50th Street and 8th Avenue, 1,9 to 50th Street and Broadway, or N, R to 49th Street and 7th Avenue. There are also plenty of parking spaces close to the theatre.

Restaurants near Winter Garden Theatre

1. Ellen’s Stardust Diner: This multi-level, '50s-themed diner with singing servers has an expansive menu of classic American fare.

2. Supernova: An airy, window-filled eatery in 226 West 52nd Street, Supernova serves New American fare in modern digs.

3. The Palm West Side: This clubby eatery serves high-end steakhouse fare, seafood and diverse wines.

4. Russian Samovar: Get a taste of authentic Russian in Broadway at this iconic eatery with live piano music to accompany the delicacies.

5. Blue Fin: A classy restaurant which serves pre-theater seafood and sushi served in a trendy setting with a glass-enclosed bar.

6. Gallaghers Steakhouse: An iconic joint for classic cuts and raw bar items in renovated digs, located on 228 West 52nd Street.

Our theatre district restaurants guide has more of the fantastic dining options around Broadway district.