The Music Box was built by songwriter Irving Berlin and producer Sam H. Harris. The musical Of Thee I Sing, the first ever to win a Pulitzer Prize, opened here in 1931 and during the Depression, when scores of theaters went dark, it kept this one thriving. Playwright George S. Kaufman saw many of his hits produced at the Music Box, and William Inge’s Picnic won the Pulitzer Prize here in 1952.
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