The Gershwin Theatre opened in 1972, as the Uris, along with its smaller sister theatre, the Circle in the Square. Designed by Ralph Alswang, the Gershwin has a seating capacity of 1,933, making it the largest Broadway theatre. At the 1983 Tony Awards, the theatre was renamed the George Gershwin in honor of the composer.Read Full "At This Theatre"
|Nov 28, 1972 - May 24, 1987||Gerald Oestreicher||Theatre Lessee|
|Nov 28, 1972 -||The Nederlander Organization||Theatre Lessee|
|Nov 28, 1972 -||Uris Buildings Corportation||Theatre Owner|