When did"the crucible"open on broadway?

Answer Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" debuted on Jan. 22, 1953 at the Martin Beck Theatre in New York City. After a bumpy start, the play set in 1692 Massachusetts went on to win the Tony Award for "Best ... Read More »

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When did The Crucible run on Broadway?

Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" originally premiered on Broadway at the Martin Beck Theatre on January 22, 1953, and closed on July 11, 1953. Subsequent Broadway revivals premiered in 1964, 1972, 19... Read More »

When did"Hairspray"open on Broadway?

According to the Internet Broadway Database, the musical "Hairspray" first opened on Broadway on August 15, 2002. The show was performed at the Neil Simon Theatre, and closed on January 4, 2009, af... Read More »

When did broadway theatre start?

Broadway theater, or theatrical productions that take place in an area of Manhattan between 41st and 53rd streets known as the "Great White Way," has its origins in theaters that appeared in New Yo... Read More »

When did plays begin on Broadway?

The first Broadway musical was arranged in 1866 by William Wheatley, the manager of Niblo's Garden Auditorium. During that time, Broadway was New York's main street, and a natural location for entr... Read More »