Collier's Comedy Theatre

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Collier's Comedy Theatre opened as the Comedy Theatre in 1909 under the Shuberts’ management. This venue housed Eugene O’Neill’s first Broadway production, the one-act play In the Zone. It was demolished, as the Artef Theatre, in 1942.

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  • Built: 1909
  • Number of Seats: 625
  • Longest Running Show: Hobson's Choice
  • Performances: 19,777