This is the oldest New York Theater still in use and the first to have landmark status. It was built by producer Daniel Frohman, who included the innovation of a Green Room where performers could relax, and a lavish apartment for the producer. Frohman fell on hard times in the Great Depression and the Lyceum was threatened with demolition by his creditors. It was saved from the wrecker’s ball in 1939.
LYCEUM THEATER NEW YORK Photo Gallery
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