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Broadhurst Theater, New York

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Opened in 1917, and named after the playwright George Broadhurst, this theater's first show was George Bernard Shaw's 'Misalliance', which ran for 52 performances! With a seating capacity of 1,173-1,218 people, the Broadhurst is one of the largest old theaters in Broadway. Take a bus to Times Square and jump off at the 42nd Street to book your tickets for Billy Crystal's '700 Sundays'.