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Claire Tow Theater

  • Theater
  • Upper West Side
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  1. Photograph: Francis Dzikowski
    Photograph: Francis DzikowskiClaire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center
  2. Photograph: Francis Dzikowski
    Photograph: Francis DzikowskiClaire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center
  3. Photograph: Francis Dzikowski
    Photograph: Francis DzikowskiClaire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center
  4. Photograph: Francis Dzikowski
    Photograph: Francis DzikowskiClaire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center
  5. Photograph: Francis Dzikowski
    Photograph: Francis DzikowskiClaire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center
  6. Photograph: Francis Dzikowski
    Photograph: Francis DzikowskiClaire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center
  7. Photograph: Francis Dzikowski
    Photograph: Francis DzikowskiClaire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center
  8. Photograph: Francis Dzikowski
    Photograph: Francis DzikowskiClaire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center
  9. Photograph: Francis Dzikowski
    Photograph: Francis DzikowskiClaire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center
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Time Out says

Lincoln Center Theater's newest space is a 131-seat venue that will showcase new plays by rising talent under the LCT3 umbrella. The Tow is also the centerpiece of a 23,000-square-foot rooftop complex, designed by noted architect Hugh Hardy of H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture, located on top of the Vivian Beaumont. The two-story structure (costing $41 million) also houses rehearsal and office space and includes an outdoor terrace overlooking the Lincoln Center Plaza.

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Address:
150 W 65th St
New York
Cross street:
at Broadway
Transport:
Subway: 1 to 66th St–Lincoln Ctr
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The Nosebleed

  • Comedy

Japanese-American writer-director Aya Ogawa examines their relationship with their long-dead father—and examines questions related their own motherhood—in an unconventionally structured theatrical memoir. Ogawa also stars in this LCT3 production, alongside five other performers: Drae Campbell, Ashil Lee, Chris Manley, Saori Tsukada and Kaili Y. Turner.

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