The Belasco Theatre

    111 West 44th Street
    New York, NY 10036

    • Dear Evan Hansen dear1

      Dear Evan Hansen is the new musical that tells the story of Evan who has always felt as if he was invisible until he did “that one thing” that makes everyone want to know him. How will he cope with this sudden change as well as the secrets that may make or break him. The Booth Theatre The Vivian Beaumont Theatre Share:

    • Farinelli and the King farinelli

      Farinelli and the King is Claire van Kampen’s riveting play accompanied by fantastic music and will appear on Broadway with Tony & Oscar winner Mark Rylance as King Philippe V of Spain! The Booth Theatre The Vivian Beaumont Theatre Share:

    • The Terms of My Surrender terms

      The Terms of My Surrender is Oscar-winner Michael Moore’s new interactive solo play about the state of the United States and how in hell we got here and where to go next! The Booth Theatre The Vivian Beaumont Theatre Share:

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    The Belasco Theatre was opened by David Belasco on October 16, 1907 as the Stuyvesant Theatre.  He had already bestowed his name on his 42nd Street playhouse (currently known as the New Victory), but when he resigned from that theatre in 1910, he renamed the Stuyvesant the Belasco.  Belasco envisioned the auditorium as a living room because he believed that the dramatic experience depended partly on how close the audience was to the actors.  George Keister was hired to design the theatre, and Everett Shinn was hired to create murals and the interior decoration.  To supplement Belasco’s intimate “living room” vision, Keister chose a neo-Georgian style.  The Belasco set the technological standard for theatre design with its freight elevator connecting the stage with its basement shops.  The Belasco’s first production was A Grand Army Man in 1907 with Antoinette Perry.  The Belasco was renovated in 2010.

     

     

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