Lew M. Fields Theatre

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Built in 1904, the Lew M. Fields Theatre was designed by architect Albert Westover. The theatre’s stage was graced by theatre legends Lynn Fontanne, Elliott Nugent, and Howard Lindsay in George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly’s first Broadway hit, Dulcy. The Lew M. Fields was gutted, as the Anco Cinema, in 1988 and later demolished.

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  • Built: 1904
  • Number of Seats: 880
  • Longest Running Show: Twin Beds
  • Performances: 19,931

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