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  2. Ed Sullivan Theater - Wikipedia

    The Ed Sullivan Theater (originally Hammerstein's Theatre; later the Manhattan Theatre, Billy Rose's Music Hall, CBS Radio Playhouse No. 3, and CBS Studio 50) is a theater at 1697–1699 Broadway, between 53rd and 54th Streets, in the Theater District of Midtown Manhattan in New York City.

  3. Ed Sullivan Theater - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go ... - ...

    The Ed Sullivan Theatre on broadway is the former home of the Ed Sullivan show, and where they currently film the Late Show with David Letterman. The only way to access the theatre is to be one of the lucky few who gets tickets to see Letterman.

  4. Ed Sullivan Theater - Ed Sullivan Show

    The Ed Sullivan Theater is located at 1697-1699 Broadway between West 53rd and West 54th, in Manhattan, New York. The theater is a 13-story brick building that was designed by architect Herbert Krapp and built by Arthur Hammerstein. Arthur Hammerstein named the theater in honor of his father, Oscar Hammerstein I.

  5. History Of The Ed Sullivan Theater -

    Ed Sullivan and his show along with the theater represented an extension of vaudeville and old 1950s values. Jim Morrison was not the only singer they tried to censor. The show had issues with The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger and even Elvis Presley. Both artist refused to give into the show’s demands to censor their work.

  6. Ed Sullivan Theater New York : Profile

    Ed Sullivan Theater. Profile. Neighborhood. Map. Arts & Attractions Ed Sullivan Theater. For most of's visitors, this theater built in 1927 is famous because it is where David Letterman gets up to his shenanigans on The Late Show, but that's hardly the whole story of the theater.

  7. The Ed Sullivan Theater - Ed Sullivan Show

    What is now known as The Ed Sullivan Theater, opened in 1927 as the Hammerstein. In 1935 CBS took control and it was known as CBS-TV Studio 50. Ed Sullivan’s “Toast of the Town” moved there in 1953. In 1967, to mark the show’s 20th year, it was renamed The Ed Sullivan Theater in Ed’s honor.

  8. Ed Sullivan Theater – History of New York City - Seton Hall...

    Ed Sullivan Theater. The Ed Sullivan Theater at Broadway and West 53 rd Street is most famous for the Beatles’ first appearance on American television on The Ed Sullivan Show on February 9, 1964. Garnering 73 million viewers (over 40% of the entire American population), it broke television records and changed music forever [1].

  9. Ed Sullivan Theater (New York City): All You Need to Know - ...

    Book your tickets online for Ed Sullivan Theater, New York City: See 111 reviews, articles, and 50 photos of Ed Sullivan Theater, ranked No.205 on Tripadvisor among 1,435 attractions in New York City.

  10. ‘Late Show’ Return to Ed Sullivan Theater: Live Audience...

    After producing 211 episodes remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, the late night show returned before audience members — the Ed Sullivan Theater can seat over 400 — who had to provide proof of...

  11. Biography, The Ed Sullivan Show, & Facts - Britannica

    Sullivan ignited the careers of many of his guests and championed African American musicians and comedians. His two most iconic shows featured performances by Elvis Presley (1956) and the Beatles (1964). In 1968 the theatre in which The Ed Sullivan Show took place was named for Sullivan.