frequently asked questions:

What is Freestyle Love Supreme?

FLS is a freestyle (hence the name), improvisational, hip-hop comedy show. Every night the performers take suggestions from the audience and spin them into instantaneous riffs and full-length musical numbers. Every night is different: no two shows are the same. We don’t know what we’re rapping about until YOU tell us.

Is Lin-Manuel Miranda in your cast?

Part of what makes Freestyle Love Supreme so unique is its unpredictability. Every show is different in material — and in who appears onstage. Lin-Manuel is a founder, producer, and friend of the show, and at any given performance, he may or may not be part of the cast. Other special guests might include Christopher Jackson, Daveed Diggs, Wayne Brady, James Monroe Iglehart, and many more!

Why do I have to put my phone in a YONDR pouch, and what is that?

Freestyle Love Supreme is a performance that is dependent on the audience. Therefore, we want every person in attendance to be totally present — not texting or checking email. Upon arrival, guests must secure all phones, smart watches, etc., in a lockable YONDR pouch that will remain in their possession throughout the performance. To learn more about the product, visit YONDR online at

Will special guest performances be announced ahead of time?

No — we may not even know beforehand. Nothing is guaranteed, and every night brings the unexpected!

What is the running time?

Running time is approximately 80 minutes with no intermission.

Is there an age recommendation?

Yes, we recommend that patrons be at least 14 years of age.

When is the box office open?

Monday through Saturday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday: Noon to 6 p.m.

Where is the theater located?

The Booth Theatre is located at 222 W. 45th St. in Manhattan, convenient to Times Square subway locations.

Is there accessible seating?

The Booth Theatre is not completely wheelchair accessible. However, seating is accessible to all parts of the orchestra without steps. Wheelchair seating is located in the orchestra only.

Is there hearing assistance available at the theater?

The Booth Theatre can provide assistive listening devices and handheld devices that provide captioning. For more information, contact Shubert Audience Services at 212-944-3700 or

Are there escalators at the theater?

No, neither escalators nor elevators exist at the Booth Theatre. For more information on the accessibility of the Booth Theatre, please visit its website.

Is there a lottery?

Yes! Click here for more details.
Pending availability, $40 day-of rush tickets are available at the box office.

What accessibility services are available at the theatre?

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