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Hailed as one of the few Broadway theatres to have originally been built as a silent film house, The Broadway Theatre is truly a historic landmark. Designed by architect Eugene DeRosa and built by movie mogul B.S. Moss, Broadway Theatre tickets have guaranteed entry to an eclectic mix of acts, from vaudeville to musicals and dance performances, since opening its doors on Christmas Eve in 1924. At nearly 60-feet deep, the stage is on of the largest on Broadway, allowing the venue to become a mainstay for big-box productions.
But back in the mid-20s, no one could have known that the sheer size of the stage along with Broadway Theatre’s capacity of 1,761 would help ensure its survival, especially during the Great Depression. But it is exactly the largeness of the venue that has enabled it to offer popular musical comedy productions from the 1956 production of “Mr. Wonderful,” starring Sammy Davis, Jr., and Sr., to the recent musical adaptation of Alice Walker’s classic Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “The Color Purple.”
Broadway Theatre is set to host the always popular Cinderella in 2013. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella was originally released in 1957 and has been remade several times in various fashions . Millions of people around the world have been fortunate enough to see Cinderella performed live, and now you can too.
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