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Stage 72


Stage 72

Stage 72
Palsson's Supper Club, Steve McGraw's, Triad Theatre
Address 158 West 72nd Street
New York City
United States
Owner Peter Martin and Rick Newman[1]
Capacity 130
Rebuilt 2012

Stage 72, formerly known as Palsson's Supper Club, Steve McGraw's, and the Triad Theatre,[2] [3] [4][5] is an 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[6]


Productions at Stage 72 have included:

The Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Cabaret Series also got its start Triad.[7]


  1. ^ Frost, Emily. "Comedy World Powerhouse Rick Newman Relaunches The Triad as Stage 72 - Upper West Side - New York". DNAinfo New York. Retrieved 2014-06-13. 
  2. ^ Reviews/Theater; 'Showing Off,' an Incisive Look at Manhattan Life 28 May 1989
  3. ^ NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT: UPPER WEST SIDE; Curtain to Fall on Old-Time Cabaret 26 June 1994
  4. ^ Today in Theatre History: May 20
  5. ^ Triad Theater Rebrands Itself as Stage 72; Venue to Re-Launch in November
  6. ^ Theater History of the Triad
  7. ^ Theater History of the Triad

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