Laughter on the 23rd Floor

About the show

Written by Neil Simon

Directed by Lance Peverley

Max Prince is the volatile star of a 1950’s comedy-variety show, with a staff of writers trying to hold onto their jobs while skewering each other. Will the show survive? Will Max survive? Can seven writers find happiness on the 23rd Floor of Rockefeller Centre? Tune in to find out!


Dates are: June 12th to 29th, 2019

Wednesdays, $10
Adults, $22
Seniors & Students, $19

Wednesday to Saturday evening shows curtain, 8pm
Sunday Matinees curtain, 2:30pm

Doors open 1 hour before curtain.

Snacks and beverages available at the concession. Cash only

Parking is located behind the building, off of George St in the “Reserved” lot. You may also park in the lot beside the building off of Russell, please note it is not owned by the theatre.

Accessible seats are available, please call the box office for details.