Al Hirschfeld Theatre is a 1,424 capacity Broadway theatre that has been entertaining audiences since 1924, when it opened with performances of Madame Pompadour!
Named in honor of the late, great American caricaturist and illustrator Al Hirschfeld, known for his fantastic black and white portraits of celebrities and Broadway stars, the theatre has based its reputation on the quality of its productions, with many famous appearances over the years, including: Richard Gere in Bent; Elizabeth Taylor in The Little Foxes; Christina Applegate as the title role in Sweet Charity; and Daniel Radcliffe in the latest revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
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