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American Theatre

444 Broadway (Howard & Grand), New York, NY

Originally the site of Tattersall's Stables, which were replaced in 1850 by City Assembly Rooms. When that burned down in 1854, a minstrel house was built in its place. For the next six years, its name and management changed numerous times. In, 1860, it began a brief life as a legit house called Broadway Boudoir. It was Fellow's Opera House, a variety theatre, when it burned down in 1866.

Built: 1854     Demolished: 1866

Theatre Names Named
American Theatre 1864     
Broadway Boudoir 1860     
Fellow's Opera House 1854     

Productions Production Dates
The House That Jack Built
Musical, Original, Comedy, Pantomime
Written by James S. Maffit
Jan 11, 1864 - Jan 30, 1864