Royale Theatre (1940) New York, NY | Playbill

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The Royale Theatre, designed by Herbert J. Krapp, opened January 11, 1927. In 1932, Broadway powerhouse producer John Golden leased the venue and renamed it for himself. Following his departure, the Shubert Organization purchased the theatre and briefly leased it to CBS Radio. In 1940 the theatre returned to legitimate theatre as the Royale Theatre. On May 9, 2005, the Shubert Organization renamed the theatre after long-time president Bernard B. Jacobs.
  • Built: 1927
  • Number of Seats: 1036
  • Longest Running Show: Julius Caesar
  • Performances: 21,123

Owner History

Jan 01, 1973 - "The Shubert Organization, Inc."
Dec 01, 1936 - Dec 06, 1939 CBS Theatre Lessee
Sep 26, 1934 - Dec 31, 1936 John Golden Theatre Lessee
Jul 03, 1929 - Oct 20, 1931 Shubert Theatre Corporation
Jan 11, 1927 - Jul 03, 1929 Henry Chanin
Jan 11, 1927 - Jul 03, 1929 Irwin Chanin
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