After years of work, Henry Miller's Theatre on 43rd Street is back in business. To be run and operated by the huge Roundabout Theatre Company (four theatre spaces and counting), the 1918 theatre was closed and gutted a number of years back when land owner Douglas Durst and the Bank of America decided to build a 55-story tower there.
They decided to retain a theatre on the ground floor, however, but not the same theatre. The 1,055-seat auditorium is pretty much all new. But certain elements were kept, not least of which is the original neo-Georgian facade. Among the other elements, my favorite is the old sign seen below.
And, yes, it is formally called Henry Miller's Theatre, not the Henry Miller Theatre. Just a quirk in the nomenclature.