Now well known as David Letterman’s home base, this theater is named for Ed Sullivan, whose Toast of the Town was broadcast from here in the early days of television. It was built by Arthur Hammerstein and named for his father, the first Oscar Hammerstein. He lost it four years after it was built, but it reopened with a blockbuster show that included appearances by Jerome Kern and George Gershwin.
ED SULLIVAN THEATER NEW YORK Photo Gallery
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