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Formerly known as the Little Theatre, this Theatre District stalwart was renamed in 1983 for legendary actress Helen Hayes, who is often called the “First Lady of the American Theater,” after having acted for nearly 70 years and being one of only nine people to have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony Award. With just 597 seats, this charming venue is the smallest on Broadway.