Step Inside Broadway’s Belasco Theatre

Inside the Theatre   Step Inside Broadway’s Belasco Theatre
 
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Broadway legend David Belasco opened the Stuyvesant Theatre in 1907 and three years later, he renamed it after himself. Designed by architect George Keister and located at 111 West 44th Street, the Belasco Theatre has outlasted dozens of its contemporaries, and actors and crew say the ghost of David Belasco visits his namesake theater to this day.

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The Broadway premiere of Claire van Kampen’s Farinelli and the King currently plays at the Belasco Theatre where it opened December 17. The production, directed by John Dove, marks the return of Tony and Oscar winner Mark Rylance, who stars as an 18th-century king on the brink of madness.

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