Built in 1928, Ethel Barrymore Theater was named after the famed actress Ethel Barrymore whose children, Ethel Barrymore Colt, and John Drew Colt made their debuts here. Replete with golden interiors and contrasting rich red furnishings, the theater pleases the aesthetic senses. The establishment boasts excellent technology and is fitted with facilities for the disabled, among them an infra-red system for the hard of hearing. The Ethel Barrymore mainly showcases plays and features musicals once in a while and can accommodate up to 1058 patrons at once. Ideal for both small-scale musicals and large dramatic shows, the theater hosts both with great aplomb.
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