The eponymous Broadhurst Theatre was founded by George H. Broadhurst in association with the Shubert brothers and became in some time one of the most consistently booked theatres.
As the majority of The Shubert Organization’s theatres, this new venue was the design-creature of Herbert J. Krapp. The inside is nicely done in Greek-style featuring brick and stone décor that make the Broadhurst Theatre one of the most memorable Broadway spaces.
The Broadhurst Theatre was opened with thoughtful performances, and till nowadays this venue doesn’t lose the original spirit. You can see here ‘Les Misérables’, Hamlet, Mamma Mia! and many other examples of perfect dramatic art.