Lambs Theatre

140 West 44th Street (between Broadway & 6th Avenue)

This neo-Georgian building designed by Stanford White and built in 1905 for the Lamb's Club, a professional theatre club named after British drama critic Charles Lamb. The building was doubled in size with a duplicate Western addition added in 1915. The building included grill and billiard rooms on the first floor, a banquet hall on the 2nd floor, a theatre on the 3rd floor, with sleeping quarters and offices on the upper floors.

During my theatrical career in the 1990s,

The building later housed two off/off-off B'way theatres: a small 90-seat first floor theatre and a third-floor 350-seat proscenium theatre. I sound engineered The Prince and the Pauper there in 2002 - one of the more trying experiences of my theatrical career. The landmarked building ceased to be a theatre shortly thereafter and was gut renovated to create a hotel and restaurant.

The Prince and the Pauper
2002
The Prince and the Pauper
The Prince and the Pauper
2002
The Prince and the Pauper
The Prince and the Pauper
2002
The Prince and the Pauper
Lambs Theatre
7/13/2006 07:08 PM
Lambs Theatre
7/13/2006 07:09 PM
Lambs Theatre
5/11/2007 07:26 PM
Lambs Theatre
5/11/2007 07:27 PM
Lambs Theatre
2/29/2012 01:16 PM
Lambs Theatre
2/29/2012 01:17 PM