48th Street Theatre

48th Street Theatre The 48th Street Theatre was a Broadway theatre at 157 West 48th Street in Manhattan. It was built by longtime Broadway producer William A. Brady and designed by architect William A.

Swasey. The venue was also called the Equity 48th Street Theatre (1922–25) and the Windsor Theatre (1937–43).HistoryThe 48th Street Theatre opened on August 12, 1912, with the play Just Like John by George Broadhurst. Early successes at the theatre included Never Say Die (1912), Today (1913), The Midnight Girl (1914), Just a Woman (1916), The Man Who Stayed at Home (1918), The Storm (1919), and Opportunity (1920) starring Nita Naldi. The Theatre was briefly named the Equity 48th Street Theatre from the premiere of Malvaloca on October 2, 1922, until the premiere of Spooks on June 1, 1925. During this period they had a successful revival of Henrik Ibsen's The Wild Duck.

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