Anchored by the Booth Theater at 45th Street and the Sam S. Shubert Theater on 44th, this little passageway has access to the offices of the Shubert Organization, which owns these and dozens of other theaters in the district. The Booth, designed in 1913 by Henry B. Herts, was named for actor Edwin Booth. The Shubert, which Herts designed in the same year, stands as a memorial to the man who founded the theatrical empire that his brothers, Lee and J. J., inherited and have run since his death. Both theaters are landmarked inside and out.
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