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Eugene O’Neill Theatre is the well-established Broadway theatre that was named after the legendary O’Neil who was one of the biggest playwrights of all time. Located famously in Mid-town Manhattan, the theatre opened in 1925 with the musical called Mayflowers as its opening act. The building was designed by Herbert J. Krapp who was a counted as one among the most well-known architects of the early twentieth century, popular for designing theatres specifically.
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Herbert Krapp had made his reputation with his outstanding design skills in taking control of his building space and maximizing its size to its complete and utmost potential. He strategically designed the much loved Ambassador Theatre fro a totally diagonal plan to allow it to stand in a rather diminished space and succeeded in doing so with impressive sizeable results. Krapp was working as an apprentice for the big firm, Herts & Tallant, where he was responsible for designing plans for Shubert among several others, which in turn was the company that got Eugene O’Neill Theatre constructed, though at the time it was built as a portion of a theatre hotel complex. This complex was named after another literary figure, Edwin Forrest, who was a known tragedian of the nineteenth century.

In 1945, the venue of the current Eugene O’Neill Theatre was given a new name, the Coronet, with corresponding changes featuring extensive renovation plans by another set of highly recognized, versatile architects known as Walker & Gillette who by then has made their name in commercial architecture. In 1959 the theatre finally settled to its present name, Eugene O’Neill Theatre in honor of and to pay tribute to the accepted- genius American playwright whose plays had won the hearts of many an audience. After a few years, the theatre was bought by Neil Simon, a playwright who in 1982 sold it further to the Jujamcyn Theaters.

Since 1934, Eugene O’Neill Theatre has regularly staged quite a few seriously notable and award-winning productions that contributed significantly to the popularizing of Eugene O’Neill Theatre tickets. Some of the most celebrated shows staged in the theatre include the huge hit of 1945, Dream Girl, which ran for over three hundred and forty performances, later adapted to its screen and television version. The theatre has had the honor of staging and premiering some very profound plays by intellectually brilliant playwrights who are counted among the stage geniuses around the world, including O’Neil, Arthur Miller, Lillian Hellman and David Henry Hwang who wrote classic dramas such as All My Sons, Death of a Salesman, The Children’s Hour and M. Butterfly, respectively. These are plays that have gained much prominence in the literary world and have garnered much critical acclaim in the shape of prestigious academy awards including Tony Awards and Pulitzer Prizes .

Known popularly as the O’Neill Theatre, the venue is known to stage some of the best classics and contemporaries of all time. Join the theatre-loving crowd pocketing those Eugene O’Neill Theatre tickets and share the grand collective experience of watching a quality, heart-warming, thought-provoking performance.