In midtown-Manhattan you can find an agreeable Broadway’s space of dramatic art, designed by the famous architect C. Howard Crane. It was constructed by composer Irving Berlin and producer Sam H. Harris in a lovely collaboration. The idea was simple: if the popular songwriter would invent a musical revue, Harris would find a theater for it. No sooner said than done.
In some time the theater was sold to the Shubert Organization, who made this venue a brilliant point of dainty theatrical art.
Created in the neo-Georgian style, with a seating capacity of 860, this theater is one of the smallest on Broadway, however, it never loses the sense of best traditions.