Palsson's Supper Club, Steve McGraw's, Triad Theatre, Stage 72
|Address||158 West 72nd Street|
New York City
|Public transit||72nd Street (IRT), 72nd Street (IND)|
|Owner||Peter Martin and Rick Newman|
The Triad Theatre, formerly known as Palsson's Supper Club, Steve McGraw's, and Stage 72, is a performing arts venue located on West 72nd Street on New York's Upper West Side. The theatre has been the original home to some of the longest running Off-Broadway shows including Forever Plaid, Forbidden Broadway, Boobs! The Musical and Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know.
Productions at Stage 72 have included:
- Forever Plaid
- Forbidden Broadway
- Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words
- Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know
- A Couple of Blaguards (Frank McCourt)
- American Rhapsody: A New Musical Revue (Gershwin)
- Berlin to Broadway
- Loose Lips (with Bebe Neuwirth & Peter Boyle)
- Love is French by French singer and chanteuse Floanne
- Hello Muddah Hello Faddah
- Forbidden Hollywood
- Who Killed Woody Allen?
- Boobs! The Musical
- Last Jew in Europe
- Love, Linda: The Life Of Mrs. Cole Porter
- Katie Goodman's I Didn't F*ck It Up
- You've Got Hate Mail (VanZandt/Milmore)
- Frost, Emily. "Comedy World Powerhouse Rick Newman Relaunches The Triad as Stage 72 - Upper West Side - DNAinfo.com New York". DNAinfo New York. Archived from the original on 2014-07-15. Retrieved 2014-06-13.
- Reviews/Theater; 'Showing Off,' an Incisive Look at Manhattan Life 28 May 1989
- NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: UPPER WEST SIDE; Curtain to Fall on Old-Time Cabaret 26 June 1994
- "Today in Theatre History: May 20". Archived from the original on 7 September 2012. Retrieved 14 September 2017.
- "Triad Theater Rebrands Itself as Stage 72; Venue to Re-Launch in November". Archived from the original on 14 July 2014. Retrieved 14 September 2017.
- "The Triad". Retrieved 14 September 2017.
- "The Triad". www.triadnyc.com. Retrieved 14 September 2017.
- "AT THE BAR with Rick Newman". friarsclub.com.
- "Comedy World Powerhouse Rick Newman Relaunches The Triad as Stage 72". dnainfo.com.
- "Rick Newman Broadway and Theatre Credits". broadwayworld.com.