BREAK- IN AT ED SULLIVAN THEATRE, NYC

Via THS founding member Biff Buttler in New York City. The house opened in 1927 as Hammerstein’s Theatre by prolific theatre architect Herbert J. Krapp with 1200 seats. Radio, then TV studios for CBS since 1936 according to notes in Terry Helgesen Collection, THS Archive.

‘Drunk’ breaks into Ed Sullivan Theater, home of Letterman show

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