The Lyceum Theatre is located in Manhattan, New York at 149 West 45th Street. This venue is a legitimate Broadway theatre that has been one of the most well known in the area for many years.
The Lyceum Theatre opened for business in November of 1903. The venue is the oldest continuously active theatre in New York City; which is saying a lot when compared to the competition. Additionally, in 1974, the Lyceum Theatre was the first Broadway theatre to become a landmark.
Some of the more popular productions to take place at the Lyceum Theatre include: The Admirable Crichton, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Country Girl, Morning's at Seven, The Sunshine Boys, Night Must Fall, I am my Own Wife, and Steel Magnolias among many others.