L'événement culturel de l'été à Bruxelles!
Construction: 1905 - Fermeture: 1939
Topologie du théâtre
Nombre de salles actives: 1
Salle 1: (5200) 1905 - Actif
Adresse: Sixth Ave. bet. W. 43rd and W. 44th, New York, NY
J.H. Morgan, architect. Frederic Thompson, Elmer S. Dundy, and John W Gates, the creators of Coney Island's Luna Park, built the largest theatre in New York seating over 5,000 people at 14 performances a week and boasting a cast size of 1,000(with live animals). There were circus rings, aquatic effects which included a "Vanishing Pool" that allowed actors to exit the stage underwater, and a moving stage. It was razed in 1939 when the cost of running the theatre became too great and public interest dwindled