Late 2000s Theaters

 

 

New Amsterdam Theater

The New Amsterdam Theater opened in 1903. In 1913, Ziegfeld brought his "Follies" to the theater. The theater was renovated by Disney in 1997.

Broadway Theater

The Broadway Theater first opened in 1924 as B.S. Moss' Colony Theater. In 1939, it was renamed the Broadway Theater and premiered Disney's "Fantasia".

Eugene O'Neill Theater

The Eugene O'Neill Theater was originally planned by the Shuberts as a hotel-theater complex, both named for nineteenth-century playwright Edwin Forrest, When the Depression came, the Shuberts could only hold on to the theater. Throughout the years, it has seen many owners, including Lester Osterman (who renamed the theater the Eugene O'Neill), Neil Simon, and, finally, Jujamcyn Theaters in 1982.