48th Street Theatre

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William A. Brady established the 48th Street Theatre in 1912. It opened with a production of Just Like John, which Brady co-produced with playwright George Broadhurst. A water tank fell through the theatre’s roof in 1955, and with little hope of rebuilding, the theatre was demolished.

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  • Built: 1912
  • Number of Seats: 970
  • Longest Running Show: What Happened to Mary
  • Performances: 20,715
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