Umeda Arts Theater

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Umeda Arts Theater
Applause-Tower-01.jpg
Location Chayamachi, Kita-ku, Osaka
Coordinates 34°42′31″N 135°29′55″E / 34.708587°N 135.4986307°E / 34.708587; 135.4986307Coordinates: 34°42′31″N 135°29′55″E / 34.708587°N 135.4986307°E / 34.708587; 135.4986307
Type Indoor theatre
Seating type Reserved seating
Capacity 1,905
Construction
Built 1990
Opened 1992
Website
umegei.com

Umeda Arts Theater (梅田芸術劇場, Umeda Geijutsu Gekijō) is a Japanese theater located at Chayamachi Applause in Chayamachi, Kita-ku, Osaka, operated by Umeda Arts Theater Co., Ltd. It opened in 1992.

Umeda Arts Theater Co., Ltd. is a member of Hankyu Hanshin Toho Group and a subsidiary of Hankyu Corporation.[1] It serves as a theater producing company and a talent agency for former Takarazuka Revue Company stars, with branches in Tokyo and New York.[2][3] Umeda Arts Theater has produced the world premiere of Prince of Broadway, a musical retrospective celebrating the 21-time Tony winner Harold Prince, directed by Prince and Susan Stroman.[4]

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  • Main Hall: 1,905 seats
  • Theater Drama City: 898 seats

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