The New Amsterdam Theatre is located on the south side of 42nd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenue. The New Amsterdam Theatre was designed by architects Herts and Tallant in the Art Nouveau style. The essential architecture has been preserved, including the theater's elaborately painted arch and ornate friezes. The lobbies have been decorated with intricate carvings and Shakespearean wall reliefs.
The Cort Theatre is located on 48th Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenue. The Cort opened in 1912 and was named after the man who built it, Seattle-based actor-turned-producer John Cort. For awhile, the Cort Theatre was even home to a beloved ...
The Walter Kerr Theatre is located on 48th Street, between Broadway and Eighth Avenue. Architect Herbert J. Krapp designed the Walter Kerr Theatre (then the Ritz) in the Italian Renaissance style. It was put through two major refurbishments, not only re-making it into a legitimate Broadway house but also restoring the gorgeous interior, which has sumptuous colors, captivating designs, and moody lighting that creates a candle-lit effect inside the theater.
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