The Albert Theatre

An 856-seat state-of-the-art proscenium performance space, the Albert Ivar Goodman Theatre is home to large scale musicals (The Jungle Book, War Paint, Brigadoon) as well as intimate productions (GloriaWe’re Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time) and classic dramas (The Iceman Cometh, Two Trains Running). Comparable in scale to many Broadway houses, “the Albert” features main floor, balcony and box seating, and offers excellent vantage points of the stage from anywhere in the house.

The theater is named in honor of trustee Albert Goodman, who, along with his mother, Edith-Marie Appleton, made it possible to build the new Goodman Theatre.

Download a detailed PDF seating chart of the Albert Theatre.

This Season in the Albert Theatre

  • Sweat

    Sweat

    BY LYNN NOTTAGE
    DIRECTED BY RON OJ PARSON

    March 9 - April 14, 2019

    The acclaimed Broadway hit and 2017 Pulitzer Prize winner is a collision of race, class and friendship at a pivotal moment in America. A group of friends in a Rust Belt town has spent their lives sharing secrets and laughs on the factory floor. But when layoffs begin to chip away at their trust, they’re pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight.

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  • The Winter's Tale

    The Winter's Tale

    BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
    DIRECTED BY ROBERT FALLS

    May 4 - June 9, 2019

    Following his celebrated productions of King Lear and Measure for Measure, Robert Falls reimagines one of Shakespeare's most wildly theatrical tales. A paranoid king accuses his queen of infidelity, setting off a calamitous series of events spanning 16 years.

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  • The Music Man

    The Music Man

    Book, Music and Lyrics by Meredith Willson Based on a Story by Willson and Franklin Lacey
    Directed by Mary Zimmerman

    June 29 - August 4, 2019

    He’s charming and charismatic—no wonder con man Harold Hill assumes he can easily fleece the citizens of staid River City, Iowa with the grand promise of a marching band. But the smooth-talking swindler can’t tell a trombone from a treble clef—and Marian, the local librarian, knows it.

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