The Belasco Theater
Numerous accounts of haunting at one of New York City's oldest theaters include sightings of the building's builder and namesake, David Belasco, who lived in an apartment at the top of the theater before his death in 1931. His ghost is reported to interact with actors, offering kudos and handshakes, and many have reported hearing footsteps and the disconnected elevator running. Sightings of the Blue Lady, possibly Belasco's companion, have been reported numerous times.
|Summary||Theater designed to give the audience proximity to the stage & featuring Everett Shinn murals.|
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