The Walter Reade Theater's acoustics are less than fabulous (it's mainly a cinema). Still, the Great Performers series offers Sunday morning events fuelled by pastries and hot beverages sold in the lobby, and composer-lecturer Robert Kapilow's What Makes It Great? series provides an entertaining introduction to major classical works.
Walter Reade Theater (at Lincoln Center)
|Venue name:||Walter Reade Theater (at Lincoln Center)||Contact:|
165 W 65th St
|Cross street:||between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 66th St–Lincoln Ctr|
- First produced in 1959 at the Living Theatre, Jack Gelber’s play about hip drug addicts and the culture-vulture squares exploiting them in the name of “art” was notorious from the get-go: junkies and four-letter words plus Brechtian distance was b...Read more