How old is the Imperial Theatre Saint John?

How old is the Imperial Theatre Saint John?

109c. 1913

When was Imperial Theater built?

When did the Imperial Theatre close?

The theater closed on , due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, the Shuberts sold the air rights above the Imperial to Extell Development Company for a then-record $51 million.

How many seats are in the Imperial Theater Saint John?


Which Broadway show achieved the box office record at the Imperial Theatre?

Billy Elliot

How old is the Imperial Theatre in Saint John NB?

The Imperial Theatre was built in uptown Saint John during the years 1911–13 and was officially opened on 19 September 1913. It was designed by Philadelphia architect Albert Westover and built by the Keith-Albee vaudeville chain along with their Canadian subsidiary, the Saint John Amusements Company Ltd.

What shows have been at the Longacre Theatre?

More recently the Longacre showcased Chinglish (2011), Mike Tyson's one man show, Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth (2012), James Franco in Of Mice and Men (2014), the award winning revival of You Can't Take It With You (2014) and the musical A Bronx Tale (2016).

How many people does the Imperial Theater hold?


How big is the Imperial Theater in NYC?

What are the best seats in the Imperial Theatre?

Good value seats Rows H to P in the Center Orchestra offer clean views of the stage at a decent and comfortable distance, at a price bracket lower than premium. In the Front Mezzanine, rows C to F (especially across the more central Section 2 and Section 3) are similarly well priced for the view on offer.

What are the seats in a theatre?

- Stalls Seats. Stalls seats are on the ground level of the theatre. - Premium Seats. Alluded to in their name, premium seats are usually regarded as the best seats in the theatre. - Upper Circle. - Gallery. - Restricted View Seats. - Box Seats.