The Royale Theatre, designed by Herbert J. Krapp, opened January 11, 1927. In 1932, Broadway powerhouse producer John Golden leased the venue and renamed it for himself. Following his departure, the Shubert Organization purchased the theatre and briefly leased it to CBS Radio. In 1940 the theatre returned to legitimate theatre as the Royale Theatre. On May 9, 2005, the Shubert Organization renamed the theatre after long-time president Bernard B. Jacobs.
Phone rings, door chimes, in comes Company! Winner of 4 Olivier Awards, including Best Musical Revival!
Tony and Grammy Award winner Katrina Lenk and Two-time Tony Award and two-time Grammy Award winner Patti LuPone (in the role that won her the Olivier) come back to Broadway in Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s groundbreaking musical comedy.
The vision of two-time Tony Award-winning director Marianne Elliott (War Horse, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, Angels in America), this production of Company sheds revelatory light onto classic songs such as the acerbic “The Ladies Who Lunch” and the iconic “Being Alive.” Being married in 21st-Century New York has never been this fun. Let’s all drink to that!
SYNOPSIS: In a series of vignettes, New York single Bobbie learns about the perils and pleasures of love, marriage, dating and divorce from her married friends.
|Jan 1, 1973 -||"The Shubert Organization, Inc."|
|Dec 1, 1936 - Dec 6, 1939||CBS||Theatre Lessee|
|Sep 26, 1934 - Dec 31, 1936||John Golden||Theatre Lessee|
|Jul 3, 1929 - Oct 20, 1931||Shubert Theatre Corporation|
|Jan 11, 1927 - Jul 3, 1929||Henry Chanin|
|Jan 11, 1927 - Jul 3, 1929||Irwin Chanin|