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Anthony Street Theatre

79-85 Anthony St. (later Worth St.), New York, NY

Refashioned from a circus building. Taken over by the Philadelphia company in 1814. Occupied for the 1820-1821 theatrical season by the acting company of the Park Theatre, while their venue was being rebuilt. Demolished shortly after their departure. The land was then purchased for Christ Episcopal Church, but research indicates that it eventually moved or closed.

Built: 1800       Demolished: 1821

Theatre Names Named
Anthony Street Theatre 1820     
Pavillion Theatre 1816     
Olympic Theatre 1814     
Productions Production Dates
Play, Original
Sep 25, 1820 - Closing date unknown
Olympic Theatre
Musical, Original, Opera
Music by William Michael Rooke; Libretto by J.T. Haines
Oct 12, 1842 - Oct 12, 1842