Opened in 1917, this theatre was intended as a home for the plays of George Broadhurst, who put down his pen in 1924. It has seen Humphrey Bogart in "The Petrified Forest," Abbott & Costello in "The Streets of Paris," and Helen Hayes in "Happy Birthday" (for which she won the first Tony awarded for Outstanding Actress). In October 2006, "Les Miserables" opened here for what was intended to be a 6-month revival - and closed in January 2008. Recently, it has seen stars Daniel Radcliffe and Al Pacino in "Equus" and "The Merchant of Venice," respectively.
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 1 flight of stairs. There is a wheelchair accessible restroom on the main level. Additional restrooms are located down 1 flight of stairs (20 steps).