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Lafayette Theatre

132nd St. and 7th Ave., New York, NY

One of the first theatres in New York City to de-segregate, allowing African-American patrons to sit in the orchestra and not just the balcony. After life as a vaudeville house and a movie theatre, the Lafayette became a church in the 1950s. As of 2005, it was the Williams Christian Methodist Episcopal church.

Built: 1912    

Theatre Names Named
Lafayette Theatre       a.k.a. The House Beautiful

Productions Production Dates
Androcles and the Lion
Play, Revival, Comedy
Music by George Couvreur; Written by George Bernard Shaw
Dec 16, 1938 - Mar 1939
Haiti
Play, Original
Written by William Du Bois
Mar 02, 1938 - Sep 24, 1938
One Act Plays of the Sea
Play, Original, One Act
Written by Eugene O'Neill
Oct 29, 1937 - Closing date unknown
The Case of Philip Lawrence
Play, Original, Drama
Written by George MacEntee
Jun 07, 1937 - Jul 31, 1937
The Show Off
Play, Revival, Comedy
Written by George Kelly
Mar 05, 1937 - May 08, 1937
Sweet Land
Play, Original
Written by Conrad Seiler
Jan 19, 1937 - Feb 28, 1937
Bassa Mona
Musical, Original, Dance, Drama
Dec 08, 1936 - Jan 09, 1937
Noah
Play, Original
Oct 07, 1936 - Nov 28, 1936
Turpentine
Play, Original
Written by Peter Morell
Jun 26, 1936 - Aug 1936
Macbeth
Play, Revival, Tragedy
Written by William Shakespeare
Apr 09, 1936 - May 1936
Conjur Man Dies
Play, Original, Comedy
Written by Rudolph Fisher
Mar 11, 1936 - Apr 1936
Walk Together Chillun
Play, Original, Drama
Written by Frank Wilson
Feb 02, 1936 - Feb 1936
Sailor, Beware!
Play, Revival, Comedy
May 03, 1935 - May 1935