Located between Broadway and Eighth Avenue, the Shubert Theatre is in the heart of Broadway. It also is, in many ways, part of the heart of Broadway.
Named in memory of the oldest of the three Shubert brothers who made their marks on Broadway, this theatre opened in 1913 with a production of Hamlet. It has run the gamet of shows since then, putting on everything from A Chorus Line to Othello to Chicago.
Currently, one can take in Spamalot at the Shubert Theatre, a hilarious musical based on Monty Python. However, good luck luck getting tickets for this show is sold out, adding just another notch of success in the Shubert's belt.