Marquis Theatre

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The Marquis Theatre, designed by John C. Portman, Jr., opened in the heart of Times Square in 1986. Its development forced the demolition of five theatre houses — the Astor, the original Helen Hayes, the Morosco, the Bijou, and the Gaiety — and faced protests and criticism. Nonetheless, the modern, high-tech theatre has become a Broadway favorite for musical productions.

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  • Built: 1986
  • Number of Seats: 1615
  • Record Gross: $454,460
  • Show: Me and My Girl (Week Ending: Aug 24, 1986)
  • Longest Running Show: Me and My Girl
  • Performances: 1,239
  • Stage Door: Go to your right as you exit the Broadway entrance and make a right onto 45th St. The stage door is about half a block up, located to your right behind a large pillar.
  • Bathrooms: Ladies and Men's: Outside the theatre lobby, on the far end of the 3rd Floor and Mezzanine levels of the hotel. All restrooms are equipped to accommodate the patrons with disabilities.
  • Concessions: Orchestra and mezzanine levels.

Owner History

Jul 9, 1986 - Times Square Hotel Company Theatre Owner
Jul 9, 1986 - The Nederlander Organization Theatre Lessee

Marquis Theatre
    • 1535 Broadway
    • New York
    • NY
    • United States
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