New York, New York, USA
This theatre is one of the most outstanding examples of Art Nouveau design in the United States. Built in 1903, the 1,800-seat theatre is a New York City landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is home to Disney’s major musical theatre productions and is equipped to accommodate their demanding technical needs. One of the design team’s greatest challenges was to integrate modern performance technology into a beautiful classic theatre without interfering with sightlines or the intricately restored finishes.
Disney Development CompanyArchitect
Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates | Herts & Tallant (1903 architect)Acoustician
Jaffe Holden ScarbroughUsers
Walt Disney Theatrical Productions
Commercial, Multipurpose theatre
Programming, concept design, theatre planning, and theatre equipment design and specificationCompletion