Lincoln Center Theater
Established in 1985, Lincoln Center Theater has become one of America’s favorite nonprofit theaters, producing a year-round schedule of good plays at popular prices. The company performs at its two home spaces—the 1,050-seat Vivian Beaumont Theater designed by Eero Saarinen and the 294-seat Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater—and mounts productions on Broadway from time to time.
Some of the company’s comic and musical productions are suitable for families. Older teenagers may be interested in the more serious works on the schedule.
Open Stages is an in-school program that works with teachers and students on curriculum-based activities using the theater as a springboard. Applications for this extremely popular program are accepted every year for a limited number of slots.
- Disability Access
- On-Site Food
- On-Site Parking
Limited access, wheelchair seating upon request, enter at concourse level and take elevator to 2nd floor for Newhouse theater, 5th floor for Vivian Beaumont; restrooms accessible; infrared listening systems available
Lobby bar, light refreshments during performances
Cars: on streets or in on-site lot (enter on 62nd or 65th St between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave); Buses: on streets
- Membership Discount
- Student Discount
StudenTix membership available free for all high school and college students; registration required. StudenTix members can purchase $20 advance tickets. Students – $20 rush tickets. With valid student ID; rush tickets subject to availability, must be picked up at the box office up to two hours before the event.
This offer is ongoing