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Built in 1923 under architect Herbert J. Krapp, the Imperial Theatre was designed specifically for musicals, and it became the fiftieth Shubert-owned theatre. In its long history, the Imperial has hosted a series of historic musicals, including 5,000 performances of the 16-year run of Les Miserables.

  • Built: 1923
  • Number of Seats: 1435
  • Stage Door: On 46th St., between the Imperial and Richard Rodgers Theatres, across from Patzeria Pizza. The door is labeled "Imperial Stage Door."
  • Bathrooms:

    Ladies: Up one flight of stairs from the orchestra level.

    Mens: Up one flight of stairs from the orchestra level (7 urinals and 4 stalls including 1 handicapped accessible.)

  • Concessions: Orchestra and mezzanine levels.
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