John Golden Theatre

New York, NY

Performance History

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The John Golden Theatre, located in New York City, is a historic Broadway theater known for its intimate and elegant atmosphere. It first opened its doors in 1927 and has since been a cherished venue for both classic and contemporary plays. Named after the famous Broadway producer John Golden, the theater has a seating capacity of around 800, providing an intimate setting for theatergoers. The elegant Art Deco design of the theater, with its ornate detailing and golden accents, adds to its charm and timeless appeal. Over the years, the John Golden Theatre has hosted numerous successful productions, including critically acclaimed plays and musicals. It has been the stage for iconic shows like "The Glass Menagerie," "A Streetcar Named Desire," and "The Gin Game," featuring acclaimed actors and actresses who have left their mark on Broadway history. The theater's location on West 45th Street, in the heart of the Broadway district, ensures its prominence in the New York theater scene. With its rich history and cozy ambiance, the John Golden Theatre continues to be a beloved destination for theater enthusiasts, offering unforgettable experiences and memorable performances.}


Venue Info

Built: 1927
Venue Status: year not entered yet
Demolished: year not entered yet
Seating Capacity: 805

Location Info

252 West 45th St.
New York, NY
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Other Names

  • John Golden Theatre (1937)
  • Theatre Masque (1927)

Trivia & History

It became a cinema in the 1940s and returned to legit use in the early 1950s, when it was renamed for the theatrical producer.


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