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One of Broadway's oldest theatres, The Hudson has played host to some of entertainment's most iconic figures over the years, including Edward G. Robinson and Barbara Stanwyck (who made her debut on its stage). Like many theatre, the Hudson was converted into a cinema in the 1970s, but following a multi-million dollar refurbishment, opened its doors as a theatre once again in 2017.
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