Shubert Theatre (New Haven)
|Address||247 College Street|
New Haven, Connecticut
|Owner||City of New Haven|
|Current use||Broadway and entertainment venue|
The Shubert Theatre is a 1,600-seat theatre located at 247 College Street in New Haven, Connecticut. Originally opened in 1914 by The Shubert Organization, it was designed by Albert Swazey, a New York architect and built by the H.E. Murdock Construction Company. It is currently operated as a non-profit organization by CAPA (The Connecticut Association for the Performing Arts) under the aegis of the Columbus Association for the Performing Arts.
- Flora the Red Menace, featured the debut of Liza Minnelli in a Broadway production, April 3, 1965.
Notes and references
- Celebrating 90 Years! Shubert Theatre, A Commemorative Supplement Produced by the New Haven Register, 2004