Step Inside Broadway’s Nederlander Theatre | Playbill

Inside the Theatre Step Inside Broadway’s Nederlander Theatre Inside the Theatre, the photo feature series that documents Broadway’s historic playhouses, continues with the home of Pretty Woman: The Musical.

Playbill’s photo series Inside the Theatre captures the dazzling architecture and unseen details of the world’s most famous theatres, taking you inside all 41 of the Broadway houses.

The Nederlander Theatre opened as the National in 1921. Financed by theatre agent Walter C. Jordan and designed by William Neil Smith, the National soon became the southernmost Broadway theatre as other nearby venues faced demolition. In 1959 Billy Rose purchased and renamed the theatre for himself and in 1978 the Nederlander Organization purchased and refurbished it, renaming it the Trafalgar. Two years later it was renamed in honor of founder David T. Nederlander.

Currently playing at the theatre is Pretty Woman: The Musical which officially opened August 16. Directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, the contemporary stage adaptation of the popular 1990 romantic comedy stars Samantha Barks as Vivian alongside Andy Karl as Edward.

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Step Inside Broadway’s Nederlander Theatre

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