HISTORIC SITES

82 East 4th Street

Club 82

From 1953 to 1973, the basement of this building was home to Club 82, one of the most prominent American... Learn More

Bars, Clubs & Restaurants
HISTORIC SITES

15 Christopher Street

Oscar Wilde Memorial Bookshop

In 1973, Craig Rodwell moved his Oscar Wilde Memorial Bookshop, the first gay and lesbian bookstore on the East Coast... Learn More

Stores & Businesses
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238-244 West 44th Street

Helen Hayes Theater (originally Little Theater)

Opened as the Little Theater in 1912, this venue, the smallest house on Broadway, has staged multiple productions involving major... Learn More

Performance Venues
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74 East 4th Street

La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club

La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club was founded in 1961 by Ellen Stewart and moved to 74 East 4th Street in... Learn More

Performance Venues
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87 Christopher Street

H.M. Koutoukas Residence

From c. 1960 to 2010, absurdist playwright H.M. “Harry” Koutoukas lived in this apartment building. While here, he contributed to... Learn More

Residences
HISTORIC SITES

1564-1566 Broadway

Palace Theater (interior)

Opened in 1913 for vaudeville, and reopened as a legitimate theater in 1966, the Palace Theater has staged multiple productions... Learn More

Performance Venues
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9 St. Luke's Place

Arthur Laurents & Tom Hatcher Residence

Playwright, screenwriter, librettist, and director Arthur Laurents lived in this house, with Tom Hatcher, his partner of 52 years, from... Learn More

Residences
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217-239 West 51st Street

Mark Hellinger Theater (originally Hollywood Theater)

Opened as a movie palace called the Hollywood Theater in 1929 (converted to legitimate theater in 1934) and renamed the... Learn More

Performance Venues
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324 East 14th Street

Jackie Curtis Residence

From 1974 to 1985, prolific playwright, director, performer, poet, and Warhol Superstar, Jackie Curtis, resided in the second floor, front... Learn More

Residences