Mid 2000s Theaters

 

 

Richard Rodgers Theater

The Richard Rodgers Theater first opened as the 46th Street Theater.

Golden Theater

The Golden Theater first opened as the Theater Masque in 1927. John Golden brought the theater and renamed it for himself in 1937. He leased the theater to foreign film exhibitors in the 1940s before selling it to the Shuberts, who returned it to its legit roots.

Gershwin Theater

The Gershwin Theater first opened in 1972 as the Uris Theater and became the first legitimate Broadway theater built since 1928. In 1983, during a Tony Awards broadcast, the theater was renamed the Gershwin Theater to honor composer George Gershwin.