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David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center
Formerly New York State Theater 20 Lincoln Center Plaza New York, NY 10023
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if u go to lincoln center and u r handicapped u must call for a handicapped parking reservation before 3pm on the day before or it becomes a very difficult and cumbersome situation
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Subway and buses were plentiful. Cabs or text uber for curb pickup. It's NYC... all easy
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15 reviews
9 stars
attended Jan 31 2010

Completely over the top one point there are 45 people on stage! Intricate costumes and sets, fabulous conveyances (a magic sailboat for the Lilac Fairy, and a spiderweb rickshaw for Carabosse) and wonderful dancing--and lot's...continued

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3 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 31 2010

My niece attended a ballet for the first time. She is a young adult who didn't think she would enjoy seeing a ballet, but she LOVED it. Our seats were perfect for viewing.

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0 stars
attended Jan 31 2010

I am far from a ballet afficianado, having been to two performances. One of them was particularly boring yet this one was incredible, the music, costumes, the set, the whole shabang.....loved it, as did my wife.

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A cornerstone of the ballet repertory, this charming fairytale is also one of the grandest spectacles of classical dance. Martins’ streamlined story focuses the audience’s attention on sensational choreography, combined with Tschaikovsky’s glorious score, lavish sets and costumes, and a cast of fanciful characters.

About the Ticket Supplier: New York City Ballet

New York City Ballet, one of the foremost dance companies in the world, is unique in US artistic history. Solely responsible for training its own artists and creating its own works, New York City Ballet was the first ballet institution in the world with two permanent homes, the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York. Explore what New York City Ballet has to offer — its rich company history, repertoire of ballets, and world-class dancers.