Palace Theatre

Palace Theatre

1564 Broadway, New York, NY

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Theatre Name Year Named
Palace Theatre 1913


  • History:

    In 1913, producers Martin Beck, B.F. Keith, and E.F. Albee opened the Palace, a premiere vaudeville theatre that became synonymous with show business excellence and attracted legendary performers including Fanny Brice, Bob Hope and Judy Garland. The venue suffered from vaudeville’s Depression-era decline and became a movie house. The Nederlanders purchased, renovated and restored the Palace to legitimate theatre in 1966.

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  • Built: 1913
  • Number of Seats: 1743


Dates Name Title
Jul. 9, 1965 - The Nederlander Organization Theatre Owner
Oct. 23, 1928 - Jul. 9, 1965 RKO Stage Theatre Owner
Jan. 28, 1928 - Oct. 23, 1928 KAO Corporation Theatre Owner
Mar. 24, 1913 - Jan. 28, 1928 Benjamin Franklin Keith Theatre Owner
Mar. 24, 1913 - Jan. 28, 1928 Edward Franklin Albee II Theatre Owner
Mar. 24, 1913 - Jan. 28, 1928 Martin Beck Theatre Owner/Manager

Currently at This Theatre

Playbill Cover - An American in Paris

An American in Paris

Opened: 2015-04-12

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