The Shubert Theater is the Elm City's oldest running playhouse and holds a special place in many New Havener's hearts. Known as "The Birthplace of the Nation's Greatest Hits," the Shubert boasts many world-premieres, particularly the Rogers and Hammerstein classics OKLAHOMA!, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I and The Sound of Music. Tennessee Williams' haunting play, A Streetcar Named Desire , premiered at the Shubert in 1947.
The Shubert is the heart of a thriving downtown neighborhood bristling with alluring restaurants, cafes, shops and museums. The Shubert, New Haven is operated by CAPA, one of America’s most respected theatre managers and producers.
For more information about the Shubert and for a listing of upcoming events visit www.shubert.com.