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After 60 Years, an Opening Night

Never mind New Year's resolutions, the "Queen of the Night" cast wanted to know the state of every individual's heart on Tuesday evening. The show marked the reopening of the Diamond Horseshoe, the space underneath the Paramount Hotel that saw its last show some 60 years ago and will host a six-week run of the dark debutante ball.

Subterranean Acts of Sudden Intimacy

IN its heyday, Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe was quite the thing — “the most zestful, gorgeous and lovable pleasure palace in town,” a critic for The New York Times wrote shortly after it opened in December 1938. Buried deep in the basement of what is now the Paramount Hotel on West 46th Street in Manhattan, the theater transported audiences back to New York in the Gay Nineties, the era of Diamond Jim Brady and Lillian Russell, in a revue stacked with old vaudeville troupers and glamorous showgirls..

Vanity Fair
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The Act: Part
Nightclub, Part
Adult Theater in

by Preston Waters
Richard Rodgers
Musical Natasha
Pierre & The Great
Comet of 1812

by Michael Gioia

Boston Globe
Theater is One Party
After Another for Weiner

by Geoff Edgers

New York Times
A Russian Supper Club
for ‘Natasha’ Musical

by Patrick Healy

New York Post
Nightlife Impresario
Simon Hammerstein
Brings Brains to

by Dana Schuster

New York Times
He Puts the Maximus
In the Circus

by Jed Lipinski

The Guardian
What's going on
Inside the Box?

by Patrick Kinglsey

Huffington Post
A Kingdom of His Own

by Shai Baitel

Vegas Magazine
Simon Hammerstein's
Racy New Club

by Matt Kelemen

New York Magazine
Whats in the Box

by William Van Meter

Time Out Dubai
We Came Away from
this Vegas Export
Suitably Shocked

by Rob Garratt

Top Act
The Act Dubai Spices
up the city's restaurant
scene with exploding
Peruvian flavours.

by Cindy L. Bailey

Jude Law Spied
Opening Dubai's
Newest Hippest Club

by Yusra Farzan

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Installation Art Attack

by Pia Catton