Vivian Beaumont Theatre
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 10023View on Google Maps
Transportation & Parking
Lincoln Center Garage Parking (146 West 65th Street)
166th Street- Lincoln Center
A59th Street- Columbus Circle
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