Built in 1927 as an opera house, then used as a TV studio for 30 years, Studio 54 will probably always be best known as a disco-era club, a "modern-day Gomorrah." In 1998, it became a venue for the Roundabout Theatre Company, when the hit revival of "Cabaret" transferred from the Henry Miller's Theatre. Other RTC productions at Studio 54 include "110 in the Shade,""Pal Joey," and "Sondheim on Sondheim."
Wheelchair seating is available in the Orchestra only. The Mezzanine is located up 2 flights of stairs (32 steps). A wheelchair accessible restroom is located on the Orchestra level. Additional restrooms are located up 1 flight of stairs in the Mezzanine Lobby.