Stephen Sondheim Theatre - Summer 2016

Stephen Sondheim Theatre

124 W. 43rd St., New York, NY
Seats (approximate)
1055
Built
1918

ABOUT THIS THEATRE

Previously
known as
Previously known as
Henry Miller's Theatre
Kit Kat Klub
Xenon
Description
Allen, Ingalls & Hoffman, architects. Built by Henry Miller and managed by his son, Gilbert, after his death in 1926. In 1968, the venue was sold to Seymour Durst. Later, it showed blue movies, then became a discotheque. In 1998, it returned to legit use as operated by the Roundabout Theatre Company. The venue closed in 2004 for construction, and the new 1,055-seat house reopened in 2009. Located inside the new 55-story Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park, the theatre sits behind the original 1918 facade.

To learn more about the history of the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, see Spotlight on Broadway's video on the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.
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LIST OF PRODUCTIONS

  • Xenon
    Night club
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    Named 1978
    Named 1978
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    The Ritz
    May 02, 1983 - May 02, 1983
    Written by Terrence McNally
    Play Revival Comedy Farce
    Play Revival Comedy Farce