Earl Carroll Theatre

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Earl Carroll built himself the Earl Carroll Theatre in 1923. Notable playwright Eugene O’Neill premiered Desire Under the Elms two years later. The theatre fell into bankruptcy during the Depression and was converted into a Woolworth’s. The former theatre was demolished in 1990.

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  • Built: 1922
  • Number of Seats: 1025
  • Longest Running Show: Kid Boots
  • Performances: 418

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