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Samuel J. Friedman Theatre *


Formerly: Biltmore Theatre

Broadway Theatre and recent home to Good People, Rabbit Hole, The Royal Family, and Top Girls
Designed by architect Herbert J. Krapp for impresario Irwin Chanin, it opened on December 7, 1925 with the play Easy Come Easy Go. With a seating capacity of 903, it was one of Broadway's smaller venues.

Tags: $$$ - Moderate, Theater, Spectacle, Tourist Attraction, Cultural Interest

261 West 47th Street (Between Broadway & Eighth Avenue)
New York, NY 10036
Times Square


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