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Snapple Theater Center

Snapple Theater Center
Address 210 West 50th Street
City New York City
Country United States
Owned by Catherine Russell
Capacity Jerry Orbach: 199
Anne L. Bernstein: 194
Type Off-Broadway
Opened May 22, 2006
Production The Fantasticks, Perfect Crime
Website

The Snapple Theater Center is a multi-theater entertainment complex located on the corner of 50th Street and Broadway in New York City.

History

The complex opened on May 22, 2006 and is sponsored by the beverage company Snapple. It is a 20,000-square-foot (1,900 m2), state of the art entertainment center consisting of two theaters with a total seating capacity of 398, rehearsal studios, contemporary lobbies, WiFi, two bars with cabaret-style seating and two merchandise stands.

The Jerry Orbach Theater, named for the actor from Law & Order and the Broadway stage, currently houses The Fantasticks, the world’s longest-running musical. (Orbach was an original cast member.) The Anne L. Bernstein theater houses Perfect Crime, the longest-running play in the history of New York theater.

References

  • New Snapple Theatre will House Perfect Crime - Broadwayworld.com - June 15, 2005
  • Snapple to Take Center Stage on the Great White Way! Curtain Rises on Snapple Theater Center Featuring the Longest-Running Non-Musical Play in New York History - Perfect Crime - Business Wire - June 7, 2005
  • Photo Coverage: Snapple Theater Center Opens - May 25, 2006 - Broadwayworld.com

External links

  • Internet off-Broadway Database
  • Venue information at Broadway.com

Coordinates: 40°45′41″N 73°59′3.78″W / 40.76139°N 73.9843833°W / 40.76139; -73.9843833

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