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Exciting progressive and daring are only a few words to describe the Roaring 1920s Many things had reached its peak of success during this time period The 1920s was a decade of entertainment fashion and new inventions that are very popular to this day People from this time period especially enjoyed entertainment From things like the first radio broadcast movies and especially the glorious Broadway Theater The 1920s was Broadways busiest time period and evolved Broadway to what it is to this day Throughout history Broadway Theater had very heavily influenced the world around it People from all over would come to places such as New York to watch an opening play Fifty to Sixty plays and musicals were being produced in just a single season Seats were being sold atthree dollars and fifty cents and they were going rapidly One might describe Broadway at this time as being garish and had a reputation of being cheap and tawdry his name But during the 20s it was going into a whole new positive direction Broadway is usually familiarized with the Broadway Street in New York City but the definition of Broadway is a theater that has at least four hundred ninety nine seats Smaller theaters are known as Off Broadway With so many theaters located throughout New York only four are actual Broadway Theaters With the entertainment business in high demand more and more theaters were beginning to prosper throughout the 1920s One of the most significanttheater societies of this decade was the Theater Guild Founded in 1919 its first intention was to bring foreign work to the United States to help improve the theaters The founder of the Guild society was a man named Lawrence Langer The success of the group had produced nearly two hundred and thirty shows and Langer impressively had produced at least two hundred of them
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