Situated in the heart of the theatre district on 44th Street between Broadway and Sixth, Manhattan's Lamb's Theatre has had a history as colorful as its surroundings. For years this historic landmark served as the home of the Lamb's Club, a fraternity of sorts for New York actors. In 1975, during what was perhaps the height of the prostitution and X-rated theatre phase of the Times Square district, the Lamb's was purchased by the Church of the Nazarene. The church used the space for worship ...

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