Belasco Theater

An enigmatical and marvelous house of theatrical art surrounded by a mysterious legend about its owner David Belasco.

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It is a sort of Broadway treasure, rich in beautiful sparkling decoration, as well as in amazing shows presented. Opened in 1907 in midtown-Manhattan and originally named Stuyvesant Theatre, the Belasco Theater is known now as one of the most expensively-made buildings, created for the benefit of the art.

The auditorium of Belasco bear a resemblance to a living room: you see the couch prototype in the middle of the stage and you feel yourself as you could be sitting at your house watching the show.

Belasco is created in the neo-Georgian style that makes the theater be truly intimate and atmospheric in its own way. Maybe a little bit more atmospheric than it should be: the mysterious legend about David Belasco's ghost haunting the theater in the night stays rather popular even among the performers.

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Address of Belasco Theater
West 44th Street, 111
Closest subway
Times Sq - 42 St S

Additional information

Show phone number
(212) 239-6200
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Part of
The Shubert Theatres
  Published ID19125

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