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Broadhurst Theatre


George H. Broadhurst, the British American manager and playwright (1866–1952), built his eponymous theatre in association with the Shubert brothers. Broadhurst had previously managed theatres in Milwaukee, Baltimore, and San Francisco (and written many popular plays). The playhouse has remained one of the Shubert Organization’s most consistently booked theatres. The Broadhurst Theatre has 1,218 seats and is one of the Shubert Organization‘s 17 Broadway theatres.