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New York Theaters NY - New York City theatres pop up in the minds of tourists when they hear titles, such as Rent, Cats, the Lion King and Les Miserables. It is at the theatres throughout New York City where legends are made. Most high school playwrights and drama majors have dreams of making it to New York City to join the ranks of their popular theatres.

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On Park Avenue, we have the off Broadway New York Art Theater. West 4nd Street brings you to the Roundabout Theater, which offers an array of classic theatre options. The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is located on West 61st. Additional performance venues in New York City include Joyce Theater; Public Theater and the Merkin Concert Hall.

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The Joyce Theater
175 8th Ave
New York City, New York
When visiting this location, you will encounter a dance theater site, where a movie house once stood. Throughout the year, local and international companies make their way to this theatre.

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The Public Theater
425 Lafayette St
New York City, New York
This theatre offers five different venues to explore. This is also where the locals gather to enjoy the Shakespeare in the Park Festival.

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The Kitchen
512 West 19th
New York City, New York
Throughout the nation, experimental drama is gaining more of a following. At this location, you will find an interesting outpouring of talent that rivals conventional New York City theatres.

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City Center
131 West 55th St
New York City, New York
At this site, the perfect showings of dance, drama and music are offered. The inside of the building is just as lovely as the outside.

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Merkin Concert Hall
129 West 67th St
New York City, New York
Often used for live radio recordings, this site hosts many other types of performances. Here, you will encounter beautiful jazz, classical and orchestra nights.

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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
62nd St and 66th St
New York City, New York
With a history that can be traced back to the 1960s, this performing arts hall has an impeccable reputation regarding talent. Both musicians and actors call this a haven to cultivate their talents.

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