The Roundabout Theatre Company marquis lit up at night
Photo: Broadway Up Close

Studio 54

About

Originally constructed as the Gallo Opera House in 1927, Studio 54 underwent several transformations, including becoming the New Yorker Theatre in 1930. CBS acquired the space in 1942, utilizing it for notable television programs. In the late 1970s, new owners turned it into the iconic disco-era nightclub, Studio 54, which closed in 1986. After a period as a rock concert venue and subsequent vacancy, Roundabout Theatre Company revived the space in 1998 with their production of Cabaret. Presently, Studio 54 serves as the permanent home for Roundabout Theatre Company. It’s crucial to adhere to a strict no-photography policy and turn off electronic devices upon entering the theater.

Location

Address

254 W 54th St
New York, NY 10019

Cross Streets: W 54th St & 8th Ave

Amenities and Accessibility

Limited accessible seating available in the Orchestra
No elevator or escalator
Sign interpreted
Assistive Listening Devices available upon request