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The Longacre Theatre is a Broadway theatre. It is located at 220 West 48th Street. Broadway theatre is often considered the highest professional form of theatre in the United States. ...


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Longacre Theatre (319 words)
The Longacre Theatre is located on the south side of 48th Street, between Broadway and Eighth Avenue.
The Longacre Theatre was built in 1913 and named for Longacre Square, the area now known the world over as Times Square.
Despite the long-ago disappearance of its namesake, the Longacre is one of the few Broadway theaters to have retained its original moniker throughout its long life.
Broadway theatre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (957 words)
Broadway theatre is often considered the highest professional form of theatre in the United States.
Broadway theatre, or a Broadway show, refers to a performance (usually a play or musical) staged in one of the thirty-nine larger professional theatres located in New York City, with 500 seats or more, that appeal to the mass audience.
Many theatre people, notably critic Frank Rich, dismiss the Tony awards as little more than a commercial for the limited world of Broadway, which after all can only support a maximum of two dozen shows a season, and constantly call for the awards to embrace off-Broadway theatre as well.
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