Miller Theatre is located on the Columbia University campus at Broadway and 116th Street, approximately 25 minutes from midtown by subway and less than 30 minutes by car from many surrounding suburbs. The theater entrance is on the east side of Broadway, just north of the University’s main gates.
By Public Transit: 1 train to 116th Street; M4, M60, or M104 bus to 116th Street.
By Car: The theater is conveniently located in northern Manhattan just off the Henry Hudson Parkway. Parking garages are available at Riverside Drive & 120th Street (212.866.1000), and on 112th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam (212.865.1754).Get Directions
Latecomers will not be admitted into the theater until a suitable break in the performance as decided upon by house management. Ticketed seat locations are not guaranteed past the ticketed start time. All sales are final; no refunds. Artists and programs are subject to change.
Miller Theatre is wheelchair accessible, as are the offsite venues where we produce performances. Please call the box office (212-854-7799) for more information or to purchase ADA accessible seats. Large-print programs are available upon request.For more information, or to arrange accommodations, please call 212.854.7799.
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