Live Nation owns the Broadway theater Foxwoods Theatre, where the storied production Spiderman. Turn Off the Dark had its official opening in June 2011.
Henry B. Herts designed the Longacre, one of four currently operating Shubert playhouses that he designed. It has a French Neo-classical-style exterior and a Beaux Arts-style interior. In 2007-08, architect Michael Kostow oversaw a multimillion dollar restoration of the theater.
This Nederlander Organization theater is named in honor of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, a couple that starred in the theater's first production, The Visit. A selection of photographs from the thespians' private collection are displayed throughout the lobby areas. The Lunt-Fontanne has 1,505 seats.
Part of the Shubert Organization, the Lyceum is Broadway's oldest continually operating legitimate theater. Built by producer-manager David Frohman in 1903, it was purchased in 1940 by a conglomerate of producers which included George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. In 1950, the Shuberts took ownership of the theater, and have operated it ever since. The Lyceum was designed in the Beaux Arts style by architects Herts and Tallant, sporting a gray limestone faÃ§ade with six ornate Corinthian columns. The foyer hass two grand staircases leading to the mezzanine, and marble finished to approximate 'the marble of Athens.'
The 1,932-seat Ly Theatre incorporates many elements from the two historic theaters that were joined to create it: the Apollo and Lyric theaters. The Lyric's turn-of-the-20th-century facades can be seen on 42nd and 43rd Streets.
The Phantom of the Opera (1988) continues its historic run at the theater as the longest-running musical on Broadway. The theater was built in 1927 and has a steep rake, offering ideal sight lines for audience members. The house seats 1,645.
Manhattan Theatre Club presents a range of plays at its home in the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre on West 47th Street and at the historic New York City Center complex on West 55th Street.
Opened in 1986 inside the Marriott Marquis Hotel, this Nederlander Organization theater is one of the newest theaters to be built on Broadway. Twyla Tharp's Come Fly Away landed here in March, 2010.
Opened in 1973, the theater was named for Sam Minskoff and Sons, one of New York's distinguished real estate families.
Founded in 1992, the Mint Theater Company brings new vitality to worthy but neglected plays.