Majestic Theatre

A Broadway Theater where many great shows premiered, that housed Phantom of the Opera since it opened, as well as Porgy and Bess, Camelot, Grease and South Pacific.

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It’s one of the largest on Broadway, seating more than 1,500 people. Obviously, one of those places that inspired songs about love on Manhattan and those movie sequences with marquees lighting up as the characters paint the town red.

It is a NYC Landmark, both inside and outside, owned by The Schubert Organization. As told by Spotlight on Broadway, it was the largest legitimate house on Broadway when it opened, and one of the six theaters bought by the Chanin Brothers, who founded one of NY’s most successful construction companies.

Historian Matthew A. Postal says, Erwin Chanin began investing in Brooklyn and eventually decided on Broadway hiring the famous architect Herbert J. Krapp. It’s a tanned brick building with terracotta details (art deco going on art nouveau) and stadium seating.

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Address of Majestic Theatre
247 West 44th Street New York, NY

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Show phone number
(212) 239-6200
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Part of
The Shubert Theatres
  Updated ID17965

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