Category Archives: Historical Interest

Playbill Recalls Equity Library Theater in Its Final Year at The Master

The esteemed Equity Library Theater was housed at the Master Theatre from 1961 through its final season in 1989. This Playbill from a 1989 production of Gigi provides a detailed look at the high quality of the productions presented, even … Continue reading

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The Master: Approaching 85

On March 1, 2014 The Master celebrated its 85th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone in grand style. Harkening back to its roots as an artists’ collective, the event began with a reception in its main lobby where the … Continue reading

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We’re part of world-class architectural history…

“Over centuries of development, New York has produced a series of climax forms, architectures that have reached an effective state of perfection. Like the squares of Georgian London, the canals of Venice, or the boulevards of Paris, the nineteenth-century brownstone … Continue reading

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Master Gallery Reception for Resident Photographer Darcy Rogers

The Master Gallery is pleased to announce the second show in our Lobby Gallery.  Resident photographer Darcy Rogers, a recent transplant from the San Francisco area, will be our next featured artist. Darcy moved to New York City two years ago … Continue reading

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Take a time trip back to 1973…

Book Culture, on 114th near Broadway, is launching a new book 7 pm Tuesday June 25–“Change at Jamaica”, by Marshall Messer. Messer steers this story from the viewpoint of a New York City cabbie, college dropout, Woodstock follower, and blues … Continue reading

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