Times Square Theater

Times Square Theater The Times Square Theater is a former Broadway theater, located at 217 West 42nd Street, Manhattan, in New York City.HistoryThe Times Square Theater was built in 1920 by the Selwyn brothers from a design by Eugene De Rosa.

It was one of three theaters they built and controlled on 42nd Street, including the Apollo and the Selwyn. It opened on September 30, 1920, with Florence Reed starring in The Mirage.G.K. Chesterton spoke on the topic "Shall We Abolish the Inevitable?" at the theater in 1921.Battling Butler, the basis for the Buster Keaton film of the same name, transferred from the Selwyn to the Times Square in 1

It was one of three theaters they built and controlled on 42nd Street, including the Apollo and the Selwyn. It opened on September 30, 1920, with Florence Reed starring in The Mirage.G.K. Chesterton spoke on the topic "Shall We Abolish the Inevitable?" at the theater in 1921.Battling Butler, the basis for the Buster Keaton film of the same name, transferred from the Selwyn to the Times Square in 1

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217 W 42nd St
New York, NY

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