New World Stages

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New World Stages, originally Dodger Stages, is an Off-Broadway venue. The architects were Beyer, Blinder, and Belle. The theatre designers were Sachs Morgan, and the interior designer was Klara Zieglerova.
It is currently home to 6 shows:
The 39 Steps
Gazillion Bubble Show
Avenue Q
White's Lies
Naked Boys Singing
The Temperamentals
New World Stages is becoming the main location for the new piggybacking model Off-Broadway, whereby multiple shows adjust their playing times and share the same theater, set, and tech personnel to lower the costs of keeping an open-ended Off-Broadway show running. With the assistance of this model, two of New World Stages' tenants have recently recouped their initial investment (My First Time and Altar Boyz). New World Stages is also now home to 2 shows that were previously on Broadway, Avenue Q and The 39 Steps, a producing tactic utilized to encourage the extension of a show's commercial run.