What is the oldest continually operating Broadway theater in New York City?

Here is the question :

WHAT IS THE OLDEST CONTINUALLY OPERATING BROADWAY THEATER IN NEW YORK CITY?


Here is the option for the question :

  • Gershwin Theatre
  • Lyceum Theatre
  • Booth Theatre
  • Majestic Theatre

The Answer:

And, the answer for the the question is :

Lyceum Theatre

Explanation:

[STC002984] David Frohman was the one who constructed the Lyceum back in 1903. Since then, the Lyceum has hosted many shows including I Am My Own Wife, Macbeth and The Scottsboro Boys. The Lyceum is a huge theatre, with 922 seats, but it is not the largest theatre on Broadway by any stretch of the imagination. The Gershwin Theatre, which has 1,933 seats, is the rightful owner of the title. Theatre goers at the Gershwin can see some of the more famous Broadway musicals such as Wicked and Oklahoma!. In its 46 years of existence, it has also served as the venue for the Tony Awards on multiple occasions.