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The Henry Miller's Theatre is located on 43rd Street between Broadway and Sixth Avenue.
Henry Miller's Theatre was designed in the Neo-Classical style and built by Allen, Ingalls & Hoffman. Though the theater was torn down in 2004 to accommodate the new Bank of America tower, the Henry Miller's original facade has been preserved and a new 1,055-seat constructed in place of the old one.
Henry Miller's Theatre, named for a multi-talented Broadway performer and producer, opened in 1918 and has hosted numerous distinguished plays. In the 1970s, the theater functioned as an adult movie house and then as the night club Xenon before returning to legitimacy in the late '90s. The Henry Miller's Theatre was home to the Broadway production of Urinetown before closing for a major remodeling a few years later. The theater re-opened in 2009 as Roundabout Theatre Company's third Broadway house. Directions:
By subway, take the A/C/E trains to 42nd Street or the 1/2/3 trains to 42nd St Times Square and then walk north to 43rd Street.
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The original Broadway productions of such fine plays as Journey's End, Garson Kanin's comedy Born Yesterday, Horton Foote's The Trip to Bountiful, and Frank D. Gilroy's The Subject Was Roses played Henry Miller's Theatre. The acclaimed Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Cabaret was here when it was known as the Kit Kat Klub, and Urinetown was the first musical to play Henry Miller's Theatre after returning to its original name in 2001.
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