Broadway Theatre

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Anne L. Bernstein*
Astor Place
August Wilson
Bernard B. Jacobs
Brooks Atkinson
Circle on the Square
Eugene O'Neill
Gerald Schoenfeld
Jerry Orbach*
John Golden
Music Box
Neil Simon
New Amsterdam
New World Stages*
Richard Rodgers
Stephen Sondheim
Walter Kerr
Winter Garden


Carnegie Hall

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Stern Auditorium
Weill Recital Hall
Zankel Hall

Lincoln Center

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David Geffen Hall
David H. Koch
Metropolitan Opera
Vivian Beaumont


The Great White Way!

A trip to New York City is not complete without a vist to Broadway. The 40 professional theatres in the Theatre District and Lincoln Center that run along the Broadway street in Manhattan, comprise the theatrical term known simply as Broadway, and is considered to be the epitome of American theatre. Some of the most acclaimed shows are on the Great White Way. Learn backstage secrets and hear infamous tales on a tour of the Theatre District and the Great White Way.

Theatre District

The Theatre District is a section of Midtown Manhattan that spans from 42nd Street north to 57th Street and Sixth Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) west to 10th Avenue. The street Broadway runs diagonally north and south through the center of the district between 7th and 8th Avenues. Theater District includes Times Square and the Great White Way (Broadway street between 42nd Street and 53rd Street, including Times Square).

Major attractions located in the Theatre District include Shubert Alley, Duffy Square, Carnegie Hall, Studio 54, ABC Television Studios, Music Row, the Brill Building, Sardi's Restaurant, and Madame Tussauds New York. Shubert Alley was originally a fire exit between Shubert Theatre and Booth Theatre. Today it is considered the center of Broadway, and features annual performances such as Stars in the Ally concert that marks the official end of the Broadway season, the Annual Flea Market and Grand Auction benefiting Broadway Cares, and the Broadway Barks event benefiting shelter animals up for adoption. Shubert Alley is also the location of One Shubert Alley, a memorabilia store that was once a Booth Theatre dressing room.

Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center is the home of the Metropolitan Opera House, Julliard School, and the New York Philharmonic.

Lincoln Center is a performing arts complex. It islocated northwest of the Theatre District and is bordered by Broadway on the east, Amsterdam Avenue on the west, 62nd Street on the south and 65th Street on the north.

Located in Lincoln Center are the Metropolitan Opera House, Julliard School, the New York Philharmonic, New York City Ballet, New York City Opera, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, School of American Ballet, Lincoln Center Theater, Film Society of Lincoln Center, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and the organization, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. The organization, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc., is the world's largest presenter of performing arts. Its programs include Live from Lincoln Center, American Songbook, Great Performers, Lincoln Center Festival, White Light Festival, Mostly Mozart Festival and more.


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