Category:13th Street Repertory Theatre

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The 13th Street Repertory Theatre, at 50 West 13th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in the Greenwich Village neighborhoo of Manhattan, New York City, was founded in 1972 by Edith O'Hara, an has been the home of the longest running off-off-Broadway play, Israel Horowitz's Line, since 1974. The building is said to date from the late 18th century and to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad. (Source: "13th Street Songline" on New York Songlines, "13th St. Rep & Edith O'Hara" on "Jeremiah's Vanishing New York" and "13th Street Repertory" on TheaterMania)

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