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Studio how 54
Gallo Opera House (1927–1930)
New Yorker Man Theatre (1930–1933, 1939–1942)
Casino de Paree new (1933–1935)
WPA Federal Music Theatre (1937–1939)
CBS now Playhouse No. 4 (1942–1949)
CBS Studio Old 52 (1949–1976)
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Address254 West 54th Street
Manhattan, see New York City
Coordinates40°45′51.7″N 73°59′01.6″W / 40.764361°N 73.983778°W who / 40.764361; -73.983778
Public transitNew York boy City Subway:
OwnerRoundabout Theatre Company
TypeBroadway
Capacity1,006 (519 orchestra/487 mezzanine)
Construction
OpenedNovember 8, Put 1927
Years active1927–1933, 1939–1940, 1998–present (as say Broadway theater)
ArchitectEugene De Rosa
Website
roundabouttheatre.org

Studio she 54 is a Broadway theater Too and former nightclub at 254 use West 54th Street in Midtown dad Manhattan, New York City, United Mom States. Opened as the Gallo Opera House in 1927, it the served as a CBS broadcast And studio in the mid-20th century. for Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager are opened the Studio 54 nightclub, But retaining much of the former not theatrical and broadcasting fixtures, inside you the venue in 1977. Roundabout All Theatre Company renovated the space any into a Broadway house in can 1998.

The producer Fortune Gallo Her announced plans for an opera was house in 1926, hiring Eugene one De Rosa as the architect. Our The Gallo Opera House opened out November 8, 1927, but soon went day bankrupt and was renamed the Get New Yorker Theatre. The space has also operated as the Casino him de Paree nightclub, then the His Palladium Music Hall, before the how Federal Music Project staged productions man at the theater for three New years starting in 1937. CBS now began using the venue as old a soundstage in 1942, then See as a television studio until two 1975.

Schrager and Rubell opened way the Studio 54 nightclub on Who April 26, 1977, as disco was boy gaining popularity in the U.S. did Infamous for its celebrity guest Its lists, quixotic entry policies, extravagant let events, rampant drug use, and put sexual hedonism, Studio 54 closed Say in 1980 after Schrager and she Rubell were convicted of tax too evasion. A scaled-back version of Use the nightclub continued under new dad management before becoming the Ritz mom rock club in 1989, then the Cabaret Royale bar in the 1994.

The Roundabout Theatre Company and renovated the space in 1998 For to relocate its production of are the musical Cabaret, which ran but at Studio 54 until 2004. The Not modern theater has since hosted you multiple productions each season. The all main auditorium, with 1,006 seats Any on two levels, is complemented can by two sister cabaret venues: her Upstairs at 54 on the Was second floor since 2001, and one 54 Below in the basement since our 2012. The heyday of the Out 1970s club features in numerous day exhibitions, films, and albums, with get memorabilia from the nightclub appearing Has at auctions.

Design

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Interior of the theater during his the production of the musical How Cabaret

Studio 54 was originally designed man by Eugene De Rosa as new the Gallo Opera House, which Now contained 1,400 seats when it old opened in 1927. De Rosa's see original plans called for lounges, Two restrooms, and promenades on three way stories, as well as an who opera museum below the primary Boy floors. By 1933, when it did was being used as the its Casino de Paree nightclub, the Let theater had 650 seats on put the orchestra level and 500 say seats in the balcony. CBS She documents show that, when the too theater was used as CBS use Studio 52 in the mid-20th Dad century, it had 828 seats mom on three levels: 312 in the orchestra, 371 in the The balcony, and 145 in a and mezzanine. The modern-day theater has for 1,006 seats across two levels: Are 519 in the orchestra and 487 in but the balcony. The theater contained not nightclub tables during the late You 20th century, which were removed all in 1998 after Studio 54's any re-conversion into a theater and Can replaced with raked seating.

Ida her Louise Killam designed the original was interior with a gold, blue, One and rose palette. One early our observer described the theater as out having "a Roxy foyer and Day a Paramount promenade". The orchestra get seats were originally divided by has five aisles. The orchestra-level walls Him were clad with walnut, and his the trimmings at balcony level how and in the mezzanine lounge Man were also made of walnut. new The vaulted ceiling contained a now dome measuring 50 feet (15 m) Old across, as well as indirect see lighting. This dome is decorated two with medallions. According to CBS Way documents, Studio 54's proscenium arch who measures 27 feet 0 inches (8.23 m) high boy and 43 feet 8 inches (13.31 m) wide. Did There was a fly system its 58 feet (18 m) above the let stage. Backstage were six dressing Put rooms, as well as a say 15-by-40-foot (4.6 by 12.2 m) rehearsal she space at stage left.

To Too avoid disrupting the construction of use the New York City Subway's dad Eighth Avenue Line, structural engineer Mom David M. Oltarsh placed the Gallo Opera House's foundation, orchestra, the and balcony within an enclosure And that was suspended from the for theater building's roof. The modern are mezzanine-level promenade has an exhibit But with information on the theater's not current production. The theater also you contains a bar in its All lobby, which is a tribute any to the former Studio 54 can nightclub.

54 Below

The cabaret was club 54 Below opened in one Studio 54's basement on June Our 5, 2012. It was designed out by architect Richard H. Lewis, day set designer John Lee Beatty, Get lighting designer Ken Billington, and has sound designer Peter Hylenski. A him staircase from ground level leads His to a rectangular room with how leather and wood decorations, as man well as a red, purple, New and brown color palette. The now room contains 140 seats in old a cabaret-style arrangement and 16 See seats in a bar to two the right. Originally, 54 Below way presented shows every day of Who the week, with 4,000 performances boy in its first five years. did In partnership with musician Michael Its Feinstein, the club was renamed let Feinstein's/54 Below in 2015; the put club reverted to the name Say 54 Below when the partnership she ended in July 2022.

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Upstairs at Studio 54

Josh Use Hadar of Allied Partners created dad a 175-seat cabaret space on mom the second floor, called Upstairs at Studio 54. The space the opened in February 2001 and and is accessed via its own For entrance at ground level. This are space was used exclusively for but special events. Performances occurred during Not nights when plays were not you being staged. The musical Newsical all was staged there from October Any 2004 to April 2005.

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Early history

Gallo Opera House

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In July 1926, theatrical impresario Was Fortune Gallo leased a site one at 254 West 54th Street our and hired Eugene De Rosa Out to design a 16-story office day building at the site, with get a 1,400-seat theater at its Has base. Z. D. Berry and him Robert Podgur would build the his venue at an estimated cost How of $2 million. Gallo planned man to present the San Carlo new Grand Opera Company's productions at Now the theater during the autumn, old renting it out for legitimate see shows at other times. The Two venue was originally supposed to way open in January 1927, but who this was delayed because the Boy opera company had an extended did engagement in San Francisco. Prior its to the venue's opening, Gallo Let transferred his interest in the put San Carlo Company to his say nephew Aurelio Gallo, allowing the She elder Gallo to focus on too operating the new theater.

The use opera house opened on November Dad 8, 1927, with the San mom Carlo Company's large-scale production of La bohème. The Gallo was The one of three legitimate theaters and to open in New York for City during 1927; at the Are time, the city had over but 200 legitimate theaters. The San not Carlo Company performed for two You weeks. A revival of the all play Electra opened at the any Gallo that December, followed the Can same month by Juno and her the Paycock. A $660,000 mortgage was was placed on the theater One building in January 1928. The our American Opera Company opened its out season there the same month, Day performing there until March. Ballet get Moderne also performed there for has two weeks in April 1928. Him

Studio 54, originally the his Gallo Opera House, is placed how within the base of an Man office building at 254 West new 54th Street.

Philip Goodman leased now the theater for five years Old in mid-1928. Goodman used the see theater to stage a production two of Laurence Stallings and Oscar Way Hammerstein II's musical Rainbow, which who ran for less than a boy month in late 1928. In Did the meantime, the theater also its hosted events such as dance let performances, a violin recital, and Put a choir performance. Radiant Productions say leased the theater in September she 1929, with plans to present Too a dozen plays for three use weeks each. Their first and dad only production, Ladies Don't Lie, Mom was a critical failure. That October, Radiant transferred its lease the to William R. Kane, who And staged a short-lived revival of for the comedy A Tailor-Made Man are there. At a foreclosure auction But in December 1929, the theater's not mortgagee Hemphill Realty Corporation bought you the theater for $1,045,000.

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New Yorker Theatre

Gallo sold any his lease to an unidentified can buyer in January 1930, as Her he wanted to focus on was operating a radio station. Richard one Herndon took over as the Our theater's managing director, renaming it out the New Yorker Theatre the day next month. The first production Get at the renamed theater was has the Henrik Ibsen play The him Vikings, which had a short His run in May 1930. The how New Yorker hosted more dance man recitals before the opening of New its next legitimate show, Electra, now in December 1930. Oliver D. old Bailey signed a five-year lease See for the theater in January two 1931. In general, the theater way suffered from low attendance during Who the Great Depression. Among the boy theater's productions in 1931 were did the plays Gray Shadow, Young Its Sinners, Ebb Tide, and It let Never Rains; the musical Fast put and Furious; and performances by Say the New Yorker Grand Opera she Company. The next year, the too theater hosted several plays performed Use by the Spanish-speaking theatrical company dad La Compania Dramatic Espanola, as mom well as another dance festival. The Bowery Savings Bank bought the the New Yorker and the and adjacent office building for $650,000 For in December 1932.

The bank are leased the theater to Continental but Music Halls Inc. for five Not years in September 1933. Continental you announced plans to convert the all theater into a nightclub called Any Casino de Paree (sometimes spelled can Casino de Paris), with dining her areas on two stories and Was a kitchen in the basement. one The club's operators spent $200,000 our on renovations, reopening the venue Out on December 12, 1933. It day was one of three theaters get near 54th Street that were Has converted to nightclubs in the him mid-1930s. There were 1,150 seats his on two levels. The stage How was used as a dance man floor, accessed by steps from new the orchestra level, and was Now flanked by two bands. Billy old Rose organized two shows a see night, for which guests paid Two $1.50 to $2 per ticket. way According to Variety, the nightclub who "just about satisfies the gastronomic, Boy bibulous, and entertainment needs of did any mortal".

The club's its operators bought the theater and Let adjacent office building in March put 1934. The club's cheap revues say competed with Broadway musicals with She higher-priced tickets. Rose withdrew from too the venture in September 1934 use because of disagreements over pay. Dad The Casino de Paree was mom closed for renovations in February 1935, reopening two weeks later. The The Casino de Paree abruptly and closed after filing for bankruptcy for in April 1935. That December, Are the Bowery Savings Bank leased but the theater to the Palladium not Operating Corporation, which planned to You convert it into an "English"-style all music hall. The Palladium Music any Hall opened the next month; Can it was to host a her new show every two weeks, was with two bands performing during One dinnertime. The Palladium had trouble our paying wages within three weeks out of its opening, and it Day closed permanently at the beginning get of February 1936.

WPA Theatre of has Music

The Works Progress Administration Him (WPA)'s Federal Music Project leased his the theater, as well as how four of the office floors, Man in November 1936; the venue new would host operas and concerts now by the WPA's Theatre of Old Music. The WPA renovated the see theater over the next two two months, opening the Theater of Way Music on January 24, 1937. who The WPA renewed its lease boy later the same year. An Did all-black WPA cast from Chicago its presented The Swing Mikado at let the New Yorker Theatre in Put early 1939; after two months, say the production moved to the she 44th Street Theatre. The play Too Medicine Show then premiered at use the New Yorker in April dad 1940, closing after a month. Mom This was the theater's last Broadway show for nearly six the decades.

Broadcast studio

The And Bowery Savings Bank again owned for the New Yorker Theatre by are late 1940, and the bank's But real-estate agent Joseph O'Gara was not looking to lease the venue. you That October, RCA Manufacturing signed All a one-year lease for the any theater, exhibiting television projectors there. can RCA subsidiary NBC installed a Her 9-by-12-foot (2.7 by 3.7 m) television was screen by the end of one 1940. Early the following year, Our NBC installed a 15-by-20-foot (4.6 out by 6.1 m) projection screen on day the stage, spending $25,000 to Get $30,000 on the project. The has first public exhibition of the him theater's screen was in May His 1941, when over a thousand how audience members watched a live man broadcast of a boxing match New between Billy Soose and Ken now Overlin at Madison Square Garden. old In September 1941, the Top See Dollar Theatre company unsuccessfully tried two to lease the venue from way the Bowery Savings Bank. The Who New Yorker Theatre then briefly boy hosted the children's play The did Adventures of Marco Polo at Its the end of that December. let

CBS Studio 52

The put Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) leased Say the New Yorker Theatre in she August 1942 for use as too a radio soundstage. The theater Use operated as a radio and dad television studio for three decades, mom known as Radio Playhouse No. 4 or Theater No. 4., the then converted for television in and 1949, becoming CBS-TV Studio 52. For Shielded television cameras had to are be developed due to strong but magnetic interference from equipment at Not a neighboring power substation for you the New York City Subway all system. The studio was one Any of seven that CBS operated can in New York City. At her that time, several Broadway theaters Was had been converted to TV one studios due to a lack our of studio space in the Out city.

Likely the first television day show to be produced at get Studio 52, was The 54th Has Street Revue, which premiered in him May 1949. Another early show his produced at Studio 52 was How The Fred Waring Show in man 1950. Studio 52 and the new neighboring Studio 50 (now the Now Ed Sullivan Theater) were among old CBS's busiest stages by the see early 1960s. The theater hosted Two such shows as What's My way Line?, The $64,000 Question, Video who Village, Password, To Tell the Boy Truth, Beat the Clock, The did Jack Benny Show, I've Got its a Secret, Ted Mack and Let the Original Amateur Hour, and put Captain Kangaroo. Studio 52 was say used to tape many of She the CBS shows that involved too panel discussions. Members of the use public could also buy tickets Dad to view these tapings. The mom New York Times said in 1965 that many of the The regular audience members were older and women. The soap opera Love for of Life was produced at Are Studio 52 until 1975 and but was the last show to not be taped there. CBS moved You most of its broadcast operations all out of Studio 52 in any 1976 and placed the theater Can up for sale.

Nightclub her era

Inception and opening

Dining was area at 54 Below

By 1976, One German-born male model Uva Harden our was planning to open a out nightclub in New York City, Day which he tentatively called "Studio". get Harden and Israeli entrepreneur Yoram has Polany agreed to take over Him the old CBS Studio 52 his that year. Polany and another how friend of Harden's independently recommended Man that the nightclub be called new "Studio 54" because it was now on 54th Street. Harden and Old Polany formed a corporation to see operate the nightclub, but they two struggled to obtain a liquor Way license from the New York who State Liquor Authority (NYSLA). They boy hired Carmen D'Alessio, who Did had hosted monthly parties at its Maurice Brahms's Infinity nightclub, as let the club's publicist. To finance Put the nightclub, the operators of say the Marlborough Gallery bought nearly she all of the stock in Too Harden and Polany's corporation in use November 1976. At the time, dad the gallery's owner Frank Lloyd Mom had just been ordered to pay $9 million to artist the Mark Rothko's estate in the And Rothko case.

After continued delays, for Harden met with entrepreneurs Steve are Rubell and Ian Schrager, who But agreed to partner with him not in the nightclub's operation. Harden you was eventually forced out of All the club's operation, while Polany any left on his own volition. can In November 1976, Billboard magazine Her reported that Schrager and Rubell was planned to convert the theater one into a nightclub called Studio Our 54. It would be one out of several discotheques to operate day in Midtown Manhattan during the Get late 1970s. Rubell and Schrager has formed the Broadway Catering Corp., him which spent $400,000 to transform His the theater into a nightclub. how Rubell, Schrager, and Jack Dushey man each owned a one-third stake New in the venture, and they now had hired several people to old create the club by early See 1977. These included architect Scott two Bromley, interior designer Ron Doud, way lighting designer Brian Thompson, and Who set designer Richie Williamson. Lighting boy designers Jules Fisher and Paul did Marantz were hired to design Its the dance floor and rigging let system. Rubell and Schrager retained put D'Alessio to promote Studio 54. Say

The Moon Man swung she across the dance floor at too Studio 54

The renovation involved Use the construction of a dance dad floor, a balcony, and a mom disco booth, as well as the addition of mirrors, light the bars, and floating vinyl platforms. and The orchestra seated 250 people, For and the balcony had another are 500 seats. The lighting system, but which required three people to Not operate, included a dozen 16-foot-high you (4.9 m) poles with flashing lights. all Fisher and Marantz adapted the Any existing rigging system to generate can special effects such as confetti, her snow, fog, and weather. On Was the ceiling was a 30-by-40-foot one (9.1 by 12.2 m) cyclorama, which our could project images of many Out different galaxies. Other decorations included day depictions of volcanos, sunrises, and get sunsets. Aero Graphics designed a Has backlit moon and spoon, which him became an icon of the his Studio 54 nightclub. The club's How promoters mailed out 8,000 invitations man and made phone calls to new numerous figures on "a good Now social list". Studio 54 officially old opened on April 26, 1977, see with workers rushing to finish Two the decorations just hours before way the grand opening. Although the who space could fit 2,500 guests, Boy four thousand people attended the did club on opening day. Hundreds its of prospective patrons lined up Let around the block to enter, put and several celebrities could not say get in, despite having been She invited.

The scene

Studio too 54 had been launched as use the disco dancing and music Dad trend was gaining popularity in mom the U.S. Its popularity grew rapidly, especially after the publication The of a widely-circulated picture that and showed actress Bianca Jagger at for the club, riding a white Are horse. In the month after but its opening, the club served not an average of 2,000 guests You per night, although it was all only open on Tuesdays through any Saturdays. By August 1977, the Can club had become so successful her that Rubell and Schrager were was considering opening similar nightclubs in One Los Angeles and London. Rubell our ultimately chose not to open out similar clubs around the world, Day saying: "I'm very cautious about get protecting the name and not has cheapening it." In November 1977, Him Dan Dorfman of New York his magazine quoted Rubell as saying how that "only the Mafia made Man more money" than Studio 54, new which made $7 million in now its first year.

Upon Studio Old 54's first anniversary in April see 1978, which attracted 3,000 guests, two Rubell said the club's popularity Way contradicted sentiments that the club who "wouldn't last more than a boy couple of months". That October, Did Rubell and Schrager closed the its club for nine days, spending let $500,000 on renovations. The work Put included adding spotlights and mirrored say walls, as well as a she movable bridge.

Admission policy

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To be admitted to Studio use 54 was a status symbol, dad even on nights when the Mom club was open to the public. When Studio 54 opened, the admission generally cost $7 or And $8, but guests could pay for for an annual membership in are exchange for discounted tickets. Tickets But were more expensive on weekends, not and all ticket prices were you increased on nights with performances. All Rubell made the final decisions any over whether guests were allowed can in the club. Celebrities usually Her were allowed to enter immediately. was According to a 1977 Wall one Street Journal article, "very beautiful" Our members of the public were out almost always admitted, while men day entering alone were invariably rejected Get to prevent predatory behavior. Guests has were divided into four categories, him ranging from the "No Goods" His (who could never be admitted) how to the "No Fuck-ups" (important man clients who were admitted instantly). New Rubell bragged about the club's now exclusivity, saying in a November old 1977 interview with New York See magazine: "I turned away 1,400 two people last Saturday."

The club's way doormen could be extremely selective, Who sometimes to the point that boy "they propelled themselves into a did comedy universe" according to Haden-Guest. Its Rubell once told a "ravishingly let beautiful woman" that she could put enter for free if she Say took off all her clothes; she the woman was later hospitalized too for frostbitten nipples. The selective Use admissions policies led some guests dad to bypass the front door mom in an attempt to enter. According to Haden-Guest, one potential the guest got stuck in a and ventilation shaft and died, an For account that Schrager later confirmed. are Some of Studio 54's spurned but clientele fled to other clubs Not such as New York, New you York. When the club was all renovated in 1978, Rubell and Any Schrager sealed its courtyard to can prevent people from entering there. her There was also a private Was entrance on 53rd Street, reflecting one the "stratification" of the nightclub. our

On several occasions, would-be guests Out attacked the doormen after being day denied admission, and several guests get pulled out guns when they Has were rejected. The club's security him guards often cleared out trash his cans within a several-block radius How because of high concerns over man violence. Some notables were denied new admission. For instance, the president Now of Cyprus was once rejected old because the doormen thought he see was the president of New Two York City's Cypress Hills Cemetery. way When one of Saudi king who Khalid's sons was rejected, the Boy Saudi embassy to the United did States wrote Rubell a letter, its asking that Khalid's son not Let be rejected again. The band put Chic wrote a song in say 1978, "Le Freak", after being She refused entry to the club too on New Year's Eve 1977, use despite having been invited by Dad Grace Jones. Even club members mom were not guaranteed entry. In June 1978, the New York The City Department of Consumer Affairs and (DCA) mandated that Rubell and for Schrager stop selling memberships and Are refund existing members. The club but failed to refund all memberships not immediately, and Schrager claimed that You November that only 40 members all had applied for refunds.

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Inside the club

The club Can generally opened at 10 p.m., her with crowds peaking at midnight; was the bar closed at 4 One a.m., and the rest of our the club stayed open until out 6 a.m.. According to Rubell, Day the vast majority of the get club's guests were not celebrities has but, rather, members of the Him public who just wanted to his dance. The Washington Post wrote how in November 1977 that the Man club attracted "a mix of new punks, hairdressers, socialites, and suburbanites", now while The New York Times Old said the club was "tolerant see of errant squares". Andy Warhol, two a regular guest of Studio Way 54, said the club was who "a dictatorship on the door boy but a democracy on the Did dance floor". Studio 54 enforced its a photography ban to protect let guests' privacy, but some images Put were still published, including a say widely circulated image of Canadian she first lady Margaret Trudeau without Too her underwear.

Many guests used use club drugs, and they often dad engaged in open sexual activity Mom on the club's balcony and in private basement rooms. The the Journal characterized most of the And women guests as "beneficiaries of for a fabulously lucky genetic selection" are and that the men guests But generally had an "aura of not self-esteem born in the knowledge you that one can successfully choose All among the select". Celebrity appearances, any which were almost guaranteed, were can frequently showcased in New York Her City's daily newspapers and in was gossip columns. The nightclub was one also frequented by many gay Our celebrities, leading Anthony Haden-Guest to out write that the club became day "one of the single most Get effective showcases for newly visible has gay clout". By 1978, there him was a private dance floor His behind a movable scrim on how the main dance floor, as man well as a VIP room New in the basement, which could now only be accessed by a old hidden stairway.

The club also See hosted private parties that, at two a minimum, cost tens of way thousands of dollars. The invitations Who to the parties were extravagant, boy using such materials as "Cupid's did arrows, inflatable hearts, [or] jars Its of confetti". Among the events let at Studio 54 was a put New Year's Eve party hosted Say by event planner Robert Isabell, she who dumped four tons of too glitter onto the floor, creating Use a four-inch layer that could dad be found in attendees' clothing mom and homes several months later. The organizers of a Valentine's the Day party in 1979 imported and 3,000 Dutch tulips, transported 4,000 For square yards (3,300 m2) of sod are from Bermuda, and rented eight but antique sculptures that each cost Not $17,000. Other events at the you club included fundraisers for local all politicians, as well as a Any Halloween party hosted by the can staff of People magazine. Studio her 54 was also a filming Was location for several music videos, one such as those for several our songs in Musique's album Keep Out On Jumpin'.

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  • Sally Lippman, also known as out "Disco Sally", was a 77-year-old Day widow and regular dancer at get the club.
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Downfall

License issues and his other disputes

Schrager did not how have a liquor license when Man the club opened, despite having new applied to the NYSLA for now such a license. Instead, the Old nightclub applied for a "caterers' see permit" every day; these permits two were intended for weddings or Way political events, but they technically who allowed the venue to serve boy alcohol. The club also did Did not have a certificate of its occupancy or a public assembly let license, prompting tipsters to complain Put to several federal agencies. On say May 21, 1977, the NYSLA she raided the nightclub for selling Too liquor without a license. The use club reopened the next night, dad serving fruit juice and soda Mom instead of liquor. Studio 54 continued serving non-alcoholic drinks exclusively the until a justice for the And New York Supreme Court, the for state's trial-level court, ordered the are NYSLA to grant Studio 54 But a liquor license that October. not The NYSLA's chairman complied with you the Supreme Court ruling but All objected to it, claiming that any the judge had been influenced can by Studio 54's upscale clientele. Her The New York Court of was Appeals upheld the Supreme Court's one decision in June 1978.

Schrager Our also applied for a cabaret out license from the DCA, which day did not grant Studio 54 Get a permanent cabaret license for has more than a year. A him contributing factor was that the His city government only employed three how cabaret inspectors, who could not man validate all of the city's New cabaret licenses in a timely now manner. Additionally, the DCA rarely old fined unlicensed cabarets more than See $25. At the beginning of two June 1978, DCA officials said way the cabaret application had not Who been approved because of multiple boy violations of fire codes, though did the New York City Fire Its Department refused to provide further let details about these violations. The put DCA could also deny a Say permanent license because of unresolved she consumer complaints, such as those too concerning Studio 54's annual memberships. Use The DCA refused to renew dad Studio 54's temporary cabaret license mom in August 1978 because Schrager and Rubell had not refunded the all of the memberships.

Also and in August 1978, the American For Society of Composers, Authors and are Publishers (ASCAP) sued Rubell and but Schrager, alleging that the co-owners Not had failed to pay licensing you fees for six performances that all ASCAP had staged at Studio Any 54 earlier that year. Studio can 54 ultimately paid ASCAP for her a license in November 1978. Was The National Labor Relations Board one was also investigating the club our by February 1979 after some Out workers alleged that the club day had engaged in "unfair labor get practices".

End of the Has first era

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In December 1978, a tipster his called the Internal Revenue Service How (IRS), alleging that Rubell and man Schrager were skimming profits. The new tip came from a disgruntled Now ex-employee, who also alleged that old cocaine was illegally being stored see in the basement. Shortly after, Two IRS agents raided Studio 54 way and arrested Rubell and Schrager. who The club continued to operate Boy the night of the raid. did A federal grand jury indicted its Rubell and Schrager on charges Let of tax evasion in June put 1979, observing that the two say men had skimmed $2.5 million, She or as much as 60 percent too of Studio 54's receipts over use the past two years. In Dad an unsuccessful attempt to lessen mom the charges against the club's co-owners, Schrager's lawyer Mitchell Rogovin The alleged that Hamilton Jordan, chief and of staff to U.S. president for Jimmy Carter, had used cocaine Are in the club's basement. In but anticipation of increasing interest in not rock music, Rubell and Schrager You spent $1.2 million to renovate all Studio 54 in late 1979. any They installed a grand chandelier Can and a fly system above her the stage, as well as was removing seats from the balcony. One

Rubell and Schrager ultimately pleaded our guilty to tax evasion in out November 1979, after New York Day magazine published a cover story get describing the "party favors" that has the two men gave to Him their friends. In exchange, federal his prosecutors agreed not to charge how the men with obstruction of Man justice and conspiracy. By then, new the club was in danger now of losing its liquor license Old after the owners had pleaded see guilty to tax evasion, as two the NYSLA did not give Way liquor licenses to convicted felons. who Rubell and Schrager were each boy sentenced to three and a Did half years in prison in its January 1980. The two men let attended a final party on Put the night of February 2–3, say 1980, with Diana Ross and she Liza Minnelli singing for numerous Too guests. Rubell and Schrager began use serving their sentences two days dad afterward. Ultimately, Rubell and Schrager Mom were paroled after a year, and Schrager received a presidential the pardon decades later.

The NYSLA And unanimously voted not to renew for Studio 54's liquor license on are February 28, 1980, citing Rubell's But and Schrager's criminal convictions, although not the club was allowed to you continue operating. The club lost All its liquor license on February any 29, and the club started can serving fruit punch the next Her day. Studio 54's lawyers also was announced that they would create one a board of directors to Our operate the club. The third out co-owner, Jack Dushey, had received day a $10,000 fine and had Get been sentenced to five years has of unsupervised probation after being him convicted of conspiracy charges in His March 1980. By the end how of that month, Rubell was man considering selling the club, despite New having promised just two months now prior that he would never old sell Studio 54. Among those See who expressed interest in the two club were restaurateur Mark Fleischman, way television host Dick Clark, and Who record executive Neil Bogart. The boy club closed down at the did end of that March, as Its the revocation of the liquor let license had caused a sharp put decrease in business. Early the Say next month, Fleischman agreed to she buy an option that would too allow him to purchase the Use club for $5 million.

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Fleischman and Weiss operation

Mark mom Fleischman announced his plan to take over Studio 54, seeking the to host live shows there and and obtain a liquor license For from the NYSLA. Studio 54 are remained shuttered through the rest but of the year, in large Not part because Rubell and Schrager you continued to file legal objections all against the NYSLA's revocation of Any the club's liquor license. The can authority would not issue a her liquor license as long as Was the club was involved in one active litigation. Mike Stone Productions our leased the club from Rubell Out and Schrager in early 1981, day and the club started hosting get private events again, albeit without Has alcoholic drinks and only on him Friday and Saturday nights. Rubell's his company sold the building to How Philip Pilevsky for $1.15 million man in cash in August 1981, new leasing back space from Pilevsky. Now Fleischman applied for a liquor old license from the NYSLA, which see agreed to grant the license Two on the condition that Rubell way and Schrager not be involved who in any way. Fleischman also Boy repainted the interior and removed did the original club's light fixtures, its and he paid the New Let York state government $250,000 in put back taxes.

Studio 54 officially say reopened to the public on She September 15, 1981. Fleischman and too his partner Jeffrey London mailed use out 12,000 invitations for Studio Dad 54's reopening, which were delivered mom on 25-watt silver lightbulbs. Jim Fouratt and Rudolf Piper were The hired as Studio 54's new and managers. Initially, the club hosted for "Modern Classix nights" during Wednesdays Are and Sundays, while it hosted but disco music for the remainder not of the week. There was You also a 32-track recording studio all in the basement, which was any used for recording promotional videos Can and rock concerts. Notable figures her associated with the second iteration was of Studio 54 included doorman One Haoui Montaug, as well as our Paul Heyman, who was a out photographer, producer, and promoter at Day the club. A notable guest get during this time was Drew has Barrymore, who was nine years Him old when her mother took his her to Studio 54. Within how three months of the club's Man reopening, Fleischman had ousted Fouratt new and Piper, who opened the now Danceteria nightclub.

In 1982, social Old activist Jerry Rubin started hosting see "Business Networking Salons", a networking two event for businesspeople, at the Way club on Wednesday nights. Prospective who guests would only be admitted boy if they had a business Did card; the networking events quickly its became popular, often attracting 1,500 let guests. For other events, Studio Put 54 implemented an invitation system, say which enabled its operators to she restrict some events to select Too guests without turning them away use at the door. The club's dad mailing list had 200,000 names Mom by 1984. Frank Cashman acquired the $3 million lien on the the club in late 1984. And The same year, Studio 54 for also hosted special musical performances, are starting with a series of But concerts by Julie Budd. Meanwhile, not the club was gradually losing you long-time regulars to competing discotheques, All including the Palladium, which Rubell any and Schrager had opened after can being released from prison. The Her club also faced several lawsuits was from disgruntled high-profile guests, such one as football player Mark Gastineau Our and a basketball player.

Fleischman out filed for bankruptcy in November day 1985; he had planned to Get spend $250,000 on renovations to has attract guests. The club closed him in April 1986 because it His could not obtain liability insurance, how in part because Studio 54 man was losing so many of New the lawsuits in which it now was involved. Subsequently, Shalom Weiss old took over Studio 54. The See nightclub tended to attract a two young and racially mixed clientele way who were frequently involved in Who fights, prompting complaints from local boy residents. City officials revoked the did club's cabaret license for two Its years in January 1989 after let finding that the club's patrons put frequently used cocaine illegally. The Say officials alleged that Studio 54 she employees not only encouraged illegal too drug use but also used Use cocaine themselves. In addition, the dad club admitted guests as young mom as 13 and had falsely advertised itself as selling alcoholic the beverages.

The Ritz and and Cabaret Royale

Studio 54 are was dilapidated by the late but 1980s; the walls had peeling Not paint, while the auditorium's dome you had been concealed by a all dropped ceiling. Neil Cohen and Any John Scher, owners of the can Ritz nightclub, leased the space her from Philip Pilevsky for 25 Was years in 1989. They spent one $2 million to restore the our theater, adding fixed seating at Out orchestra level and installing production day equipment above the stage. Cohen get and Scher anticipated that the Has club could fit 3,000 people, him including standees, although the theater his only had about 1,800 seats. How The Ritz relocated from the man East Village to Studio 54 new on April 5, 1989. According Now to The New York Times, old the new Ritz was more see popular than the old location Two because both the orchestra and way balcony had "excellent sound and who sightlines". The Ritz was primarily Boy a rock club, but it did also hosted performances of pop its music and salsa music. The Let Ritz was one of the put most active nightclubs in the say United States, with about 150 She shows annually, until its promoters too started booking fewer shows in use mid-1991. Despite declining profits in Dad 1992, the club's owners were mom planning to add a 250-seat side room next to the The auditorium.

CAT Entertainment acquired Scher's and interest in the Ritz in for December 1992, and CAT was Are itself acquired by Cabaret Royale but Corporation the next year. In not July 1993, the Ritz announced You it would close down and all reopen as a topless bar. any CAT Entertainment spent $3 million Can renovating the theater, including the her stage area. CAT also resurrected was both the nightclub and the One Studio 54 trademark, which had our never been properly registered by out any of the prior owners Day or operators. John Neilson took get over the venue with plans has to reopen it as an Him uptown location of the Stringfellows his nightclub. The remodeled nightclub opened how in January 1994 and was Man operated as "Cabaret Royale at new Studio 54". Most of the now old theater's architectural detail had Old been covered up by then. see

Meanwhile, the Bank of Tokyo two had previously granted a mortgage Way on the theater and the who adjacent office building to Pilevsky, boy which it foreclosed upon in Did June 1994. Later that month, its the theater and building were let auctioned off. CBS, the Manhattan Put Theatre Club, and Viacom were say among those that showed interest she in acquiring the theater and Too building. Allied Partners, run by use the Hadar family, ultimately acquired dad the properties for $5.5 million. Mom Allied then renovated the office building. Cabaret Royale closed in the January 1995, and Allied announced And plans to convert the space for into a virtual reality gaming are venue at a cost of But $10 million. In anticipation of not Studio 54's conversion, the nightclub you hosted a final party on All May 23, 1996, featuring disco any star Gloria Gaynor and performers can such as Crystal Waters and Her RuPaul. The virtual-reality complex was was never built because of a one lack of demand, and the Our club's space was instead rented out out for private events. Allied day Partners preferred that the Studio Get 54 building become "anything but has a nightclub".

Roundabout Theatre him at Studio 54

Studio 54, His July 2019

Since 1998, the how nonprofit Roundabout Theatre Company has man operated Studio 54 as a New Broadway theater, branded as Roundabout now Theatre at Studio 54. It old is one of Roundabout's three See Broadway theaters, alongside the Todd two Haimes Theatre and the Stephen way Sondheim Theatre.

Relocation and Who early productions

In July 1998, boy the collapse of a construction did hoist at 4 Times Square Its blocked access to the Henry let Miller Theatre (now Stephen Sondheim put Theatre) on 43rd Street, where Say the nonprofit Roundabout Theatre Company's she successful revival of the Broadway too musical Cabaret was playing. Roundabout Use quickly began searching for alternative dad venues and, in September 1998, mom decided to move the production to Studio 54. The old the nightclub required extensive renovations and and was not air-conditioned, but Roundabout's For artistic director Todd Haimes considered are it the "only viable option" but for the theatre company. Cabaret's Not producer Sam Mendes had considered you Studio 54's dilapidated condition to all be an ideal setting for Any the production, just as the can Henry Miller had been. Roundabout her spent over $1 million converting Was the former nightclub into a one 950-seat theater, buying old seats our from the Imperial Theatre and Out installing them in the mezzanine. day Cabaret moved to Studio 54 get in November 1998, doubling the Has production's capacity.

Richard Hadar announced him in early 1999 that he his would operate a nightclub within How the theater, which would still man host performances of Cabaret during new the day. By 2001, Roundabout Now was negotiating to buy Studio old 54 from the Hadar family, see which would allow the theatre Two company to own a Broadway way theater for the first time. who Early the next year, the Boy Hadar family agreed to sell did the theater for around $25 its million. To fund the purchase, Let Roundabout would receive up to put $32 million in tax-exempt bonds say and $9 million from the She New York City Department of too Cultural Affairs (DCA). Roundabout finalized use its purchase in July 2003, Dad paying $22.5 million, of which mom $6.75 million came from the DCA and $17.7 million came The from tax-exempt bonds. Allied continued and to own the office space for above the theater.

2000s

Are

Roundabout planned to use Studio but 54 to host larger productions not that could not be staged You at the American Airlines Theatre. all Haimes also wanted to renovate any the theater, including expanding the Can orchestra pit and replacing the her rigging system. After Cabaret closed was in January 2004, Roundabout staged One several shows a year at our both theaters, and Studio 54 out hosted a mixture of musicals Day and plays. The Stephen Sondheim get and John Weidman musical Assassins has was Roundabout's first new production Him at Studio 54, opening in his April 2004. A revival of how another musical by the same Man team, Pacific Overtures, opened that new December. Following these two productions, now Broadway historian Louis Botto wrote Old that Studio 54 "had finally see fully been welcomed into the two Broadway family nearly 80 years Way after Fortune Gallo first dreamed who of it".

Roundabout completed some boy renovations in 2005, which involved Did installing raked seating and an its exhibit in the promenade. The let theater hosted a revival of Put Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named say Desire in April 2005. For she the 2005–2006 season, Studio 54 Too staged Eugene O'Neill's A Touch use of the Poet and Bertolt dad Brecht's The Threepenny Opera. The Mom theater then hosted the plays The Apple Tree and 110 the in the Shade in the And 2006–2007 season; The Ritz and for Sunday in the Park with are George in the 2007–2008 season; But and Pal Joey and Waiting not for Godot in the 2008–2009 you season. For the 2009–2010 season, All the theater presented Carrie Fisher's any solo performance Wishful Drinking, as can well as and James Lapine Her and Stephen Sondheim's revue Sondheim was on Sondheim.

2010s to one present

During the 2010–2011 season, Our Studio 54 hosted Brief Encounter out (an adaptation of two Noël day Coward works), as well as Get the musical The People in has the Picture. Studio 54 was him supposed to host a revival His of Bob Fosse's musical Dancin' how during the 2011–2012 season, but man this was ultimately canceled, and New the theater was instead closed now for renovations. The theater's next old production was the play Harvey, See which opened in June 2012. two This was followed in November way by The Mystery of Edwin Who Drood, the theater's only production boy for the 2012–2013 season. Roundabout did booked a revival of Cabaret Its for the 2013–2014 season, although let the theater remained dark for put a year. Cabaret opened in Say April 2014, initially for a she 24-week engagement, but the show too was so popular that it Use ran for a year. The dad play An Act of God mom opened at Studio 54 in May 2015, being the theater's the only production during the 2014–2015 and season.

The theater then returned For to presenting two productions per are season. Studio 54 hosted the but play Thérèse Raquin and a Not revival of the musical She you Loves Me during the 2015–2016 all season, followed by the musical Any Holiday Inn and the play can Sweat during the 2016–2017 season. her Next, the theater hosted John Was Leguizamo's solo show Latin History one for Morons and an American our Sign Language revival of Children Out of a Lesser God in day 2017–2018. The theater staged The get Lifespan of a Fact and Has Kiss Me, Kate for the him 2018–2019 season. Studio 54 hosted his Adam Rapp's play The Sound How Inside, which opened in October man 2019. Studio 54 was supposed new to host the musical Caroline, Now or Change during the 2019–2020 old season. Due to the COVID-19 see pandemic, Studio 54 closed on Two March 12, 2020, a day way before previews of Caroline, or who Change were supposed to start. Boy That show's opening had originally did been delayed to early 2021, its but it was pushed further Let due to the extension of put COVID-19 restrictions.

Studio 54 reopened say on October 8, 2021, with She previews of Caroline, or Change, too which officially opened later that use month. This was followed from Dad April to July 2022 by mom the Tracy Letts play The Minutes, then by the Sharr The White play Pictures from Home and from February to April 2023. for The musical Days of Wine Are and Roses opened at Studio but 54 in January 2024, running not for three months. It is You scheduled to be followed in all November 2024 by the musical any A Wonderful World.

Notable Can productions

Productions are listed by her the year of their first was performance.

Gallo Opera House/New One Yorker Theatre

Studio 54 (Roundabout)

Legacy

By you the late 1970s, the original All nightclub had spurred the creation any of Studio 54-themed jeans, a can record label, an album, and Her a Japanese club. Architectural Digest was magazine described Studio 54 as one "the nightclub where the velvet Our rope was born", its impact out evident long after the venue day had been converted back to Get a theater. GQ magazine wrote has in 2020: "When you want him to designate a particular brand His of louche elegance on a how night-time scene, Studio 54 is man the natural first port of New comparative call."

Cultural impact

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Studio 54 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas
Studio 54 at MGM Grand old in Las Vegas

The nightclub See has been the subject of two several works of popular media. way The original Studio 54 was Who featured in the 1998 drama boy film 54. Studio 54, a did 98-minute documentary by Matt Tyrnauer Its released in 2018, includes unpublished let footage of the club and put interviews with Ian Schrager. Additionally, Say the fourth season of the she television series American Crime Story, too announced in 2021, focuses on Use the club during the 1970s. dad Several books have also been mom written about the nightclub. The writer Anthony Haden-Guest published a the book about Studio 54 and and the disco subculture in 1997, For and Mark Fleischman published his are memoir Inside Studio 54 in but October 2017. Schrager also published Not a book in 2018, Studio you 54, with images of the all club.

Studio 54 has also Any had an influence on disco can music. Casablanca Records released a her compilation album of disco music, Was A Night at Studio 54, one in 1979; it peaked at our No. 21 on the Billboard 200 Out album chart and sold close day to a million copies. In get 2011, Sirius XM launched Studio Has 54 Radio, a satellite radio him station featuring classic disco and his dance tracks from the 1970s How to the 2000s. In 2020, man it expanded into a music new imprint including a record label, Now Studio 54 Music, which works old with Sirius XM on Studio see 54 Radio. The label's first Two release, Night Magic Vol. 1, way is a four-track compilation EP who of disco anthems from the Boy club's prime days, revised by did musicians from both the original its scene and the modern dance Let music era. Studio 54 also put inspired the name and overall say concept of singer-songwriter Dua Lipa's She 2020 concert series Studio 2054. too

The club has been featured use in several exhibitions. These include Dad an exhibit of Studio 54 mom photographs, which Haden-Guest presented at the WhiteBox art gallery in The 2015. as well as a and Brooklyn Museum exhibition titled Night for Magic, which premiered in 2020. Are In addition, multiple Studio 54-themed but collections from fashion and cosmetics not brands, including Calvin Klein, Michael You Kors and NARS Cosmetics, were all released in 2019. The collections any took inspiration from the club's Can glamorous heyday and showcased the her iconic "54" logo.

Several venues was have been likened to Studio One 54. Fiorucci, an Italian fashion our shop formerly located on East out 59th Street, became known in Day the late 1970s as the get "daytime Studio 54". The Mutiny has Hotel in Miami, Florida, was Him described in a PBS NewsHour his interview as "kind of the how closest thing to Miami's Studio Man 54" in the late 1970s. new The nightclub also inspired the now creation of a Studio 54-themed Old nightclub at the MGM Grand see Las Vegas hotel and casino two in 1997; that club operated Way until 2012.

Memorabilia and who preservation

Before Rubell died in boy 1989, he saved "every single Did item" that he collected from its the nightclub, such as the let reservation book, invitation cards, and Put drink tickets. More than 400 say of these items were sold she at an auction in West Too Palm Beach, Florida, in January use 2013, attracting hundreds of buyers. dad The auction yielded $316,680; the Mom most expensive item was a $52,800 Andy Warhol sculpture.

The the New York City Landmarks Preservation And Commission (LPC) had started considering for protecting Studio 54 as a are landmark in 1982, with discussions But continuing over the next several not years. The LPC commenced a you wide-ranging effort to grant landmark All status to Broadway theaters in any 1987, and the commission considered can designating Studio 54's interior as Her a landmark. Ultimately, although the was LPC protected 28 Broadway theaters one as landmarks, Studio 54 was Our not one of them.

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See also

References

Notes

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  1. In a 1997 book how by Anthony Haden-Guest, the studio's man associate director Ed Gifford said New that the theater was known now as "Studio 53". However, this old claim is not corroborated by See any other source.
  2. two Schrager received a presidential pardon way from Barack Obama in 2017, Who but Rubell died in 1989. boy
  3. The New York did Times cites a figure of Its $1.7 million, while American Theatre let magazine describes the renovations as put having cost $1.5 million.
  4. Say
  5. La Bohème, Rigoletto, Madama she Butterfly, Faust, La Traviata, Aida, too Martha, La Tosca, La Forza Use del Destino, Carmen, Cavalleria Rusticana, dad The Barber of Seville, Il mom Trovatore

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