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The Sheridan Square Playhouse was an Off-Broadway theatre in New York Citymarker that was active from 1958 through the early 1990s. Demolished in 1996, the theatre was located at 99 7th Avenue South in Greenwich Villagemarker. Prior to being a theatre, the building was host to The Nut Club, a famous nightclub frequented by people such as Lionel Barrymore, Jimmy Durante, Eddie Cantor, and Mae West.

The Sheridan Square Playhouse opened on May 06, 1958 with a production of Jacinto Benavente's Bonds of Interest. The theatre became the home of the Circle Repertory Company in the early 1970s, hosting their plays until 1982 when the company relocated to the Circle Repertory Theatre. The last production to be held at the theatre was Graydon Royce and Geoffrey C. Ewing's Ali in 1992.



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