Built in 1921 and originally called The National, this theater was the first Broadway house to supply restrooms for the actors and luxurious restrooms and lounges for the audience. Grand Hotel had a two-year run here and was the first show to use a revolving stage. This theater was also the host of the premiere of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The Nederlander is now owned by the Nederlander brothers and the theater was named for their father, Tobias. The best seats are located in the mezzanine, seats 101 through 114. The seating capacity is 1,205.