Bijou Theatre, Historic theatre in Manhattan
Description: The Bijou Theatre was a small playhouse located on Broadway.
History: It was built in 1917 and operated until closing in 1982.
Culture: This venue hosted a variety of plays and became a hallmark for off-Broadway productions.
Practical: Tourists cannot visit the Bijou Theatre today as it was demolished.
Did you know ?: The Bijou was known for an 'actor’s graveyard,' where flops supposedly led performers to career demise.
Address: 209 W. 45th Street, New York, NY 10036
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