Lyceum Theatre (1903) New York, NY | Playbill


Impresario Daniel Frohman opened the Lyceum in 1903, calling it the New Lyceum to distinguish it from the old one he once operated on the now-renamed Fourth Avenue. Designed by architects Herts and Tallant, the theatre stands today at 149 W. 45th Street.

  • Built: 1903
  • Number of Seats: 891
  • Longest Running Show: Born Yesterday
  • Performances: 1,642
  • Stage Door: Behind the theatre at 152 W 46th St, across the street from Havana Central. It is labeled "Lyceum Stage Door."
  • Bathrooms: <p>Ladies: In the rear of the orchestra seating area</p> <p>Men's: Down one flight of stairs from the theatre's lobby.</p>
  • Concessions: Theatre lobby.
  • Water Fountain: In the theatre lobby