The Hudson Theatre

    141 W. 44th Street,
    New York, NY 10036

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      The Parisian Woman is Beau Willimon’s riveting play starring Uma Thurman as a charming political figure who, at a pivotal point in time, has to come to terms with her personal as well as her political life. Share:

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    This historic treasure is one of the oldest theatres on Broadway. It originally opened in 1903, with Ethel Barrymore starring in Cousin Kate. Through the mid-1900s, it alternated as a television studio, a legitimate theater, and a rock-and-roll venue. Through the nineties and 00s, it served Millenium Hotels as an event space.

    It was opened again as a Broadway venue in February of 2017, with Sunday in the Park with George. The New York Times stated that “One of Broadway’s oldest surviving theaters is now its youngest.”

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