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Studio 54

254 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019
Accessible Seating
Yes
Hearing Assistance
Yes
Capacity
922

Subway

50th St
59th St - Columbus Circle
50th St
59th St - Columbus Circle

About

Studio 54 was built in 1927 as The Gallo and was intended to house opera productions. It was the first of multiple names given to the theater, some of which include the legitimate theater The New Yorker and a dinner theater Casino de Paree. The venue is probably best known for its incarnation as a world-famous disco in the 1970s.


In 1998, The Roundabout Theatre Company returned Studio 54 back to a legitimate theater with the multiple Tony Award-winning show Cabaret.

Dressing Code

There is no dress code at the theater. For all performances, attire should be comfortable and appropriate for the occasion.

Late Seating Policy

Latecomers are seated at suitable breaks in the performance in conveniently reachable seat locations at the discretion of management.

Concessions

The theater has two bars. One located in the back of the Orchestra, and the other on the Mezzanine level on the second floor in between the restrooms.

Entrance

Street level access on 54th Street.

Water Fountain

There are no water fountains. Water available at the bar.

Hearing Assistance

Available upon request.

Elevators and Escalators

This theater does not have elevators or escalators.

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access on the Orchestra level only.

Air Conditioning

The theater is air-conditioned during the summer months.

Restrooms

There are 2 accessible bathrooms on both the right and left sides of the Orchestra.

Accessible Seating

Available in the Orchestra section only.

Coat Check

This theater does not provide coat check.

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