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Brooks Atkinson Theatre

256 W 47th St
New York NY 10036

Built in 1926 and originally named the Mansfield Theatre, the Brooks Atkinson Theatre was renamed in 1960 to honor the famed New York Times drama critic, Brooks Atkinson. This intimate playhouse is popular with theatergoers having housed a long list of distinguished dramas and comedies starring such talents as Matthew Broderick, Glenn Close, Richard Dreyfuss, Gene Hackman, Ed Harris, Derek Jacobi, Nathan Lane, Gary Sinise, Kevin Spacey, Jerry Stiller, and Marisa Tomei.

Refurbished in 2000, the theatre is once again illuminated by the original chandelier that had been removed over 40 years ago. The Brooks Atkinson has 1,069 seats and is one of The Nederlander Organization’s nine Broadway theatres.


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Second Stage Theater

307 W 43rd St
New York NY 10036

Second Stage Theatre gives new life to contemporary American plays through 'second stagings'; provides emerging authors with their Off-Broadway debuts; and produces world premieres by America's most respected playwrights. Through both the production of new plays and long-term residencies that focus on artistic process rather than product, artists find a supportive environment in which to try new roles, production designs and writing techniques. Audiences are an essential factor in program development at Second Stage Theatre, which is nationally known for its dedication to building future audiences by educating teens about the art of contemporary theatre and encouraging their participation in the cultural life of New York City


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Palace Theatre

1564 Broadway
New York NY 10036

"Playing the Palace" has been the dream of many performers since the theatre opened in 1913. For many years The Palace was the pre-eminent vaudeville theatre in the country and an engagement in this theatre meant that a performer had "made it." The who's who of entertainment royalty performed on this stage include Ethel Barrymore, Harry Houdini, Will Rogers, Ethel Merman, Judy Garland, Jerry Lewis, Harry Belafonte, Bette Midler, Shirley MacLaine and Diana Ross.
Currently playing the West Side Story.


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Nederlander Theater

208 W 41st St
New York NY 10036

The Nederlander Theater, another in the long line of classic Broadway theaters that have been heavily featured in movies about New York, is home to the long-running famous musical Rent. It looks just posh and comfortable enough without seeming overblown and imposing; its employees (some of them volunteers) are polite and mostly work there because they love theater.


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Gershwin Theatre

222 W 51st St
New York NY 10019

The Gershwin is one of Broadway's larger theatres and is currently the home of the hit musical "Wicked".


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Film Forum

209 W Houston St
New York NY 10014

We present two distinct, complementary film programs – NYC theatrical premieres of American independents and foreign art films, programmed by Cooper and Mike Maggiore; and, since 1987, repertory selections including foreign and American classics, genre works, festivals and directors’ retrospectives, programmed by Bruce Goldstein. Our third screen is dedicated to extended runs of popular selections from both programs, as well as new films for longer engagements.


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Paris Movie Theatre

4 W 58th St
New York NY 10019

This is one of the most unique movie theaters in New York. It's small, but has a balcony, seats are VERY comfortable, sort of like being in a thater where you'd watch a play. Movies are usually French (as the name would imply) though have subtitles if you need them. After the movie ends, you're right at the base of Central Park and can treat yourself to either a carriage ride or a lovely stroll through the park, weather permitting. Just a lovely, small theater experience, highly recommended if you like French films.


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Angelika Film Center

18 W Houston St
New York NY 10012

The original Angelika Film Center & Café opened in New York City's Soho district in 1989. The Angelika plays an impressive and diverse mix of independent films, and is the definitive cinema of choice for filmmakers and film lovers alike. Since its opening, the Angelika New York has become the most successful and recognized arthouse in the United States. At the end of 1997, an Angelika Film Center & Café opened in Houston, TX and in 2001, another opened in Dallas, TX. In 2004, the Angelika opened its newest, state-of-the-art location in Plano, Texas.

The Angelika offers a dynamic and sophisticated atmosphere. The theater is a great place to meet your friends or hang out by yourself, and patrons who come early can enjoy a gourmet snack at the café or browse our InFocus newsletter.


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AMC Theatres - Empire 25

234 W 42nd St
New York NY 10036

AMC is committed to providing a premium entertainment experience by offering a menu of entertainment alternatives inside our facilities. Our mission is simple: provide our guests with the best possible out-of-home entertainment experience.


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AMC Loews Kips Bay 15

570 2nd Ave
New York NY 10016

The decor at this new, 15-screen multiplex movie theater pays homage to the grand art deco cinemas of old. Patrons get the lush ambiance of years past, along with the selection and comfortable seating of today. Located in Murray Hill, the theater shows a mixture of independent and mainstream Hollywood films, all new. The crowd is primarily made up of well-behaved, polite local residents, although there are always a few exceptions in almost every New York crowd. Ticket prices are $10 for adults.