What is Studio 54?
The famous 1970s New York City nightclub seen and told through the eyes of a young employee. The famous 1970s New York City nightclub seen and told through the eyes of a young employee. An anthology film retelling the story of the famous Studio 54, a hot disco hangout for the social elite of New York.
Was Studio 54 ransacked by federal agents in 1978?
A woman holds a makeshift pipe for a man as he attempts to smoke an unidentified substance in 1981. Studio 54 co-owner Steve Rubell stands in his office, which he claimed was ransacked by federal agents looking for drugs, in 1978.
What happened at Studio 54 in 1977?
Model Bianca Jagger holds doves at a party thrown by fashion designer Halston in 1977. At the Purple magazine party, a naked couple in a clear bathtub perform for an audience in 1977. People at Studio 54 dance the night away during the 1978. See more pictures from Studio 54 at Getty Images.
What was the original name of Studio 52?
The building opened in 1927 as the Gallo Opera House. It operated as an entertainment venue under various names until 1942, when CBS began using it as a radio and television studio dubbed Studio 52.
Was Studio 54 the craziest club in history?
There were few places in history crazier than Studio 54. Maybe the most bacchanalian parties of the Greeks or Romans could give the club a run for its money — maybe not. Studio 54 was a ’70s club in New York, and everything was constantly amped up to 11 or 54. Studio 54 was seriously messed up.
Who was at Studio 54 on New Year’s Eve?
Celebrities during New Year’s Eve party at Studio 54: Halston, Bianca Jagger, Jack Haley, Jr. And wife Liza Minnelli and Andy Warhol. Andy Warhol, Calvin Klein, Brooke Shields and Steve Rubell at Studio 54 circa 1981 in New York City.
Who was in Studio 54 with Rod Stewart?
Singer Rod Stewart with Steve Rubell and Alana Hamilton at Studio 54. Photo of STUDIO 54, outside of club showing queue and name sign circa 1975. Studio 54 doorman Mark Benecke selects who will enter the nightclub, New York, New York, July 27, 1979.