The Hudson Theatre opened on October 19, 1903, under the management of producer Henry B. Harris. One of its most notable productions was Lillian Hellman’s Toys in the Attic. Currently, the Hudson Theatre stands as a New York City landmark housed within the Millennium Broadway Hotel. It re-opened as a Broadway space in February 2017 under the ownership of The Ambassador Theatre Group.
An evening of three one-acts set in the Plaza Hotel. In Visitor from Mamaroneck, a middle-aged married couple tries to rekindle their dying spark. In Visitor from Hollywood, a film producer invites his childhood sweetheart to a hotel for sex. In Visitor from Forest Hills, a bride has locked herself in the bathroom on her wedding day, with her parents desperate to get her out.
|Feb 1, 2017 -||The Ambassador Theatre Group|