Studio 54 Patrons’ Lounge
Notorious as the iconic disco of days gone, Studio 54 was reborn as a Broadway theatre in 1998 by the Roundabout Theatre Company. Seeking to carve out a private sanctuary for the theatre’s patrons, they commissioned White Webb to transform a forlorn, windowless space into a swank lounge reminiscent of the club’s heyday. With leopard print carpeting, faux ostrich covered walls, curvaceous upholstery, and mirrors galore, the room’s decor absolutely pulses with a disco beat. During show intermissions, this private bar has become the go-to spot for a lucky few, who can grab a cocktail and do the electric slide down memory lane.
Photo credit: Jo Marcus