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Tyrnauer said in a telephone interview. The timing is haunting — Studio was open for 33 months, from April to January That date was also the beginning of the H. The film is able to explore the inner workings of the club, and this friendship, because, for the first time, Mr.
'Mayhem every night': 'Studio 54' documentary revisits the wildest, most debauched parties
Schrager speaks at length about his Studio 54 experiences. Schrager whose eponymous company now runs dozens of boutique hotels around the world said in a phone conversation.
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Schrager in the s; they bonded over a mutual interest in design and architecture. While Mr.
Schrager was working on a photo book chronicling the Studio 54 years, he approached Mr. Tyrnauer with the idea of a documentary. Tyrnauer knew that Mr. Schrager had very conflicted feelings about that phase of his life.
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Rubell and Mr. Schrager to create the glamorous, liberating club of their dreams in an abandoned former opera house turned television studio on crime-ridden West 54th Street.
Studio 54 had no liquor license when it opened — every day, they would get a temporary catering permit, a stopgap that continued for more than a year, and ultimately set their downfall in motion. There is perhaps nothing more emblematic of the s disco era than legendary New York nightclub Studio The stalls became the dancefloor, the balcony seating became a covert spot for socialising, the stage remained and lighting and set equipment allowed for an elaborate scene to be conjured.
For a nightclub to have its own lighting designer was in those days unheard of, but Studio 54 did.
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Party drugs were rife, and sex permeated the storied space. Aside from the illegalities introduced by Rubell and Schrager, some city dwellers began to resent the club when they were not allowed in.
We want people who are just in there to have fun. So in demand was entry to Studio 54 that there was almost always a rush outside its entrance.