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Buy tickets for The Lifespan of a Fact at Studio 54 in New York, NY on 10/20/18 2:00PM local time. There are currently 221 Studio 54 events available for sale.

Studio 54 Information:

Location: New York, New York
Address: 254 W. 54th St.
Capacity: approx 900
Opened: 1927

When many people think of Studio 54, the world's most famous disco of the late '70s comes to mind, but the original structure was opened in 1927 as the Gallo Opera House. The venue was owned by Fortune Gallo, who wished to bring the spectacle of European opera to the Broadway stage. With just over 900 seats, the theatre was noticeably intimate and offered superior acoustics, but after the lackluster premiere of the playhouse's first opera, La bohème, Fortune Gallo began to focus on a broader range of theatre. The Gallo Opera House had a few notable moments in its short history, with Antoinette Perry's Electra, as well as the Oscar Hammerstein musical Rainbow. However, like many Broadway theatres in the late '20s, the Great Depression hit hard and the building was forced to close.

In 1930, the facility gained new owners and was renamed the New Yorker Theatre. Unfortunately, the theatre continued to host various box office flops and changed hands many times throughout the 1930s. During the 1940s, the theatre was purchased by CBS Broadcasting and was turned into a Radio Playhouse for the station's use. In addition to radio broadcasts, the theatre also housed television broadcasts of classic shows like The Johnny Carson Show, The Jack Paar Show and The Jack Benny Show.

After being sold in the early 1970s, the theatre was completely renovated and converted into a nightclub that would be called Studio 54. Owned by failed restaurant owners Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager, Studio 54 took Manhattan by storm and instantly became one of the Big Apple's biggest hot spots. The nightclub was known for featuring the most chic and trendy celebrities - artists like Donna Summer, Gloria Gaynor, Grace Jones and many of the era's best DJs regularly performed there.

The nightclub version of Studio 54 ended in 1980, but soon the theatre piqued the interest of the Roundabout Theatre Company, which purchased the venue. The new Studio 54 theatre was a locale to see musical theatre and other legitimate productions, and the venue's first show proved to be a major hit. Cabaret is still the longest-running production of any era at the theatre with 2,377 performances, proving that Studio 54 would be highly sought after.

While many Broadway theatres have interesting and colorful histories, none have a story quite like Studio 54. From opera house to night club and back to theatre, the playhouse has beaten the odds and emerged as a fixture on Broadway.

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