Stephen Sondheim Theatre
About Stephen Sondheim Theatre
Formerly Henry Miller's Theatre, the Stephen Sondheim Theatre is operated by Roundabout Theatre Company. Designed in the Neo-classical style by architects Paul R. Allen and Ingalls & Hoffman, it was built by and named for actor-producer Henry Miller. His financial backers were Elizabeth Milbank Anderson, owner of the lot at 124 West 43rd, and Klaw & Erlanger. The original theatre had 950 seats. It opened on April 1, 1918 with the play The Fountain of Youth. It was the first air-conditioned theater in Manhattan.
124 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036View on Google Maps
Transportation & Parking
Edison Parkfast (50 West 44th Street, 1411 Broadway, or 136 West 40th Street)
M42nd Street- Bryant Park
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