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New York City Center
131 West 55th Street New York City, NY 10019
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25 events
17 reviews
47 stars
Great resturants in the area !
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25 events
17 reviews
47 stars
The weather was Cold enough to "freeze a brass monkey". I wore Layers and more layers!.
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"tick, tick... BOOM!"
23 ratings
4.6 average rating
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49 events
34 reviews
5 stars
attended Jun 28 2014

Well done production with minimal scenery. The cast was so good you didn't miss it.

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27 events
10 reviews
1 stars
attended Jun 28 2014

Thought the show was great and a perfect showcase for three incredible performers. Very enjoyable and touching.

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7 reviews
12 stars
attended Jun 27 2014

Amazing experience to see one of Jonathan Larson's musicals live on stage. Lin-Manuel Miranda's performance was very raw and emotionally gut-wrenching. Only nit I had was the fact that all three actors were sometimes reading off the script...continued

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Book, Music and Lyrics by Jonathan Larson
Script Consultant David Auburn
Vocal Arrangements and Orchestrations by Stephen Oremus
Directed by Oliver Butler
Starring Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr. and Karen Olivo

About the Ticket Supplier: New York City Center

New York City Center’s mission is to make the finest in the performing arts accessible to the broadest possible audience, while insuring that its landmark facility remains an active and welcoming venue to both audiences and artists throughout the year.

City Center accomplishes this mission by celebrating and preserving the American musical theater heritage through performances, score restorations and other archival activities; presenting and producing new and innovative programming resonant of City Center’s artistic history, with a specific emphasis on dance; supporting resident and visiting companies and artists; providing educational opportunities to New York City students and their teachers; and maintaining and enhancing the physical facilities that comprise the performing arts center.