Weber and Fields' Music Hall

Weber and Fields' Music Hall

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Weber and Fields’ Music Hall, established by the Shuberts in 1912, was named after a popular comedy duo. Renamed the 44th Street Theatre after Weber and Fields ended their partnership, the venue later presented Song of the Flame by George Gershwin.

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  • Built: 1912
  • Number of Seats: 1465
  • Longest Running Show: Follow the Girls
  • Performances: 355

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