Hudson Theater Design, a design studio in Manhattan, is making its home in a building designed by architect Paul A. Kilduff, who is best known for his work with the Brooklyn Bridge and the World Trade Center towers.
The studio is working with the company to construct a 1,800-square-foot, three-story building, called Hudson Theater Home, which will be the home of the Egyptian Theater, the company announced in a statement.
The studio is planning to open in 2019, and hopes to have the home open for tours by late 2019, the statement said.
The Egyptian Theater will be in the new building and will include a full bar, restaurant and restaurant spaces, along with a theater, meeting space and lounge.
The theater is slated to open this summer, according to the statement.
“The Egyptian Theater is a theater that brings to life the stories of our great nation,” the statement continued.
“We hope that visitors will discover that this is the first Egyptian theater in the world to offer this unique experience.”
Hudson Theater Home will feature a three-level theater with a large balcony, a large dining room and a lounge area.
The building will be surrounded by a large glass wall that will allow for a wide range of seating options, according the statement, which also included a photo of the exterior.
The Egyptian Theatre will be open seven days a week, with two performances a day and an extended daytime schedule.
The company is also working with New York City Parks to build a space for the theater’s performances.