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Regal Sheepshead Bay

3907 Shore Pkwy
Brooklyn NY 11235


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Regal Battery Park

102 North End Ave
New York NY 10007


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Central Park

6th Ave & Central Park-Center Dr
New York NY 10019


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Pearl Theatre

131 W 55th St
New York NY 10019

Since 1984, The Pearl Theatre Company has created a home for audiences and theatre artists to experience great plays. By presenting consistently high-caliber, textually faithful productions of dramatic masterpieces that transform and entertain the audience, The Pearl appeals to the sophisticated theatre aficionado as well as to anyone looking for a classic night on the town. The Pearl Theatre Company’s home at the historic Theatre 80 is in the heart of New York’s vibrant East Village, the ideal location for it to fulfill its dual roles as caretaker of a theatrical legacy and neighborhood favorite.


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Daryl Roth Theatre

101 E 15th St
New York NY 10003

The Daryl Roth Theatre, formerly the Union Square Savings Bank, is located at 20 Union Square East, and is the sister theatre of the DR2. Built in the 1840’s, this Landmark building was revived as a theatre by producer Daryl Roth in 1996, and has served as home to the international Off-Broadway hit De La Guarda , and most recently, Sandra Bernhard: Everything Bad & Beautiful. The Daryl Roth Theatre is known throughout the Theatre community as a versatile and non-traditional theatre space, and has housed events ranging from full scale commercial productions to pop up retail stores (Ben and Jerry's) and Fashion Week.


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Walter Reade Theater

70 W 63rd St
New York NY 10023

America’s pre-eminent film presentation organization, The Film Society of Lincoln Center was founded in 1969 to celebrate American and international cinema, to recognize and support new filmmakers, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and understanding of the art among a broad and diverse film going audience.


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Helen Hayes Theater

240 W 44th St
New York NY 10036

Originally built in 1912 as the Little Theatre to house unproven new plays, this space bears the distinction of initially being designed without a box office. When the Helen Hayes Theater was knocked down in 1982, the Little Theatre was renamed in her honor. By Broadway standards, it remains a tiny but charming theater. All seats feel close to the action and acoustics are fine throughout.


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Lincoln Plaza Cinemas

1886 Broadway
New York NY 10023


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AMC Loews 34th Street

312 W 34th St
New York NY 10001

This is one of the better movie theatres in manhattan. The price is average for manhattan theatres. The seats are stadium style seats, very comfortable, and clean. Not too crowded usually, depending on the movie, so it is relaxing since you dont have people talking in the middle of a movie, answering their cellphone or kicking your chair. Loews usually have a free small popcorn coupon where you can find it on the internet. Afterwards you can go shopping since it Macys is right around the corner.


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HistoryIMAX Theatre - American Museum of Natural History

175 Central Park West
New York NY 10024