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Vivian Beaumont Theatre

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About Vivian Beaumont Theatre

The Vivian Beaumont Theater opened to the public on October 21, 1965. Designed by the renowned architect Eero Saarinen and named for Vivian Beaumont Allen, a prominent New York philanthropist, the Beaumont was originally the home of the now-defunct Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center, which closed in 1973 after nine seasons. In 1985, the building's current management -- Lincoln Center Theater -- was established. Lincoln Center Theater has not only outlasted all the prior managements combined, but it has become America's largest not-for-profit theater, producing a year-round program of plays and musicals at the Beaumont and at various other theaters around New York City.
150 West 65th Street
New York, NY 10023
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Lincoln Center Garage Parking (146 West 65th Street)
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    66th Street- Lincoln Center
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    59th Street- Columbus Circle
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