In NYC and New Jersey, before they were grand movie palaces, many of the theaters were vaudeville houses. Take a look inside 10 that have since been abandoned.
Many musicals set in NYC are connected with Broadway, but the successful stage productions spawned film adaptions that used NYC as the actual backdrop.
See how Yiddish Theater started and evolved from Bowery to Broadway in NYC with an exhibit by the Museum of the City of New York.
NYC's Times Square has become one of the most famous theater districts in the world. Take a look at 17 of the area's historic theaters, some of still standing, while others were lost to development.
A recent episode of Blueprint by Office of NYCMedia on the Loew's Wonder Theatres takes us into the heyday of these veritable palaces of entertainment.
A history of the improv comedy club in Chelsea, Upright Citizens Brigade, which also functions as a Del Close school, and was founded by Amy Poehler and others.
LIU Brooklyn's Athletic Center and basketball court was once the Brooklyn Paramount Theatre, one of NYC's busiest entertainment hubs in the mid-1900s.
Back in the 1930s, Montreal's cultural scene was very lively with cabarets, movie houses and vaudeville theaters. Here are 5 beautiful venues that remain.
Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Brothers Booth, artist Cynthia Von Buhler's latest endeavor, might be the closest you can get to time travel.
Until recently, the former Loew's Mayfair Theater was a souvenir store that incorporated some of the theater's detailing.