Check out the shows playing at New York City Center in New York City.
New York City Center has been a renowned performing arts venue since 1943. Under the purview of former Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, the building, which was erected in 1923, was converted from its original use as a Shriners' temple.
New York City Center has hosted all types of music and theatre shows throughout its history, and it was a popular venue for Off-Broadway revivals of Broadway musicals.
Today, New York City Center uses its 2,557-seat mainstage to host numerous dance companies' shows as well as the Tony-winning Encores! series, which presents limited runs of seldom-revived musicals. The building also houses two smaller spaces, in which Manhattan Theatre Club presents its Off-Broadway productions.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on BroadwayLyric Theatre
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