In its early days, this house alternated between hosting popular movies and musical revues. The first live show here was the Cole Porter revue "The New Yorkers," starring Jimmy Durante, in 1930. It was renovated extensively in both 1956 and 1986. Beginning in 1991, it was home to the megamusical "Miss Saigon," complete with a helicopter entrance in Act II. The musical returned to the Broadway for a 2017 revival.
There are no steps into the theatre from the sidewalk. Seating is accessible to all parts of the Orchestra without steps. The Mezzanine is located up 2 flights of stairs (31 steps). A wheelchair accessible restroom is located on main level. Additional restrooms located down 1 flight of stairs (23 steps) on the Lower Lounge level or up 1 1/2 flights of stairs (20 steps) on the Mezzanine level.