New York, NY: Shubert Theatre

Country: United States of America
State: New York
City: New York
Borough: Manhattan
Location: 225 West 44th Street

Broadway theatre, built 1913 by Henry Beaumont Herts. Opened 2 Oct 1913 with Shakespeare's "Hamlet". Used for musical and drama productions. From 1975 to 1990, site of 6137 performances of the musical, "A Chorus Line". 1996 restorations. 1460 seats. The building also contains the offices of the Shubert Theatre Organization.

Notable world premieres:

  • Arthur Miller: The Creation of the World and Other Business (30 Nov 1972)
  • Neil Simon: The Sunshine Boys (20 Dec 1972)
  • Stephen Sondheim: A Little Night Music (25 Feb 1973)
  • Edward Albee: Seascape (23 Nov 1974)

Links:, IBDB, Wikipedia

New York, NY: Shubert Theatre Front Text: neon signs: "Shubert Theatre - A Chorus Line"
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