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HISTORY OF LCT

Now celebrating our 30th year! The organization observes Lincoln Center founder John D. Rockefeller 3rd's mandate that the arts are "not for the privileged few, but for the many." Guided by the motto, "Good Plays, Popular Prices," Lincoln Center Theater makes every effort to keep admission prices low and its doors open to all. Learn more >

 

Vivian Beaumont Theater

The Vivian Beaumont Theater opened to the public on October 21, 1965. Designed by the renowned architect Eero Saarinen and named for Vivian Beaumont Allen, a prominent New York philanthropist, the Beaumont was originally the home of the now-defunct Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center, which closed in 1973 after nine seasons (two of which were presented in a temporary theater erected in Washington Square Park). Learn more >

 

Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater

The Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater opened to the public on November 10, 1967. Located in the lower level of the Vivian Beaumont Theater building, this space was originally called the Forum during the residency of the now-defunct Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center. Learn more >

 

Claire Tow Theater

The Claire Tow Theater opened in June 2012 and is Lincoln Center Theater's newest space.  It is home to LCT3, Lincoln Center Theater's programming initiative dedicated to producing the work of new artists and building new audiences. Learn more >

 

Staff

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Board

See the LCT Board of Directors

 

Jobs

There are currently no available jobs.

 

Press

General institutional announcements and our most recent Press Releases are published in PDF form for reference. Learn more >

 

FAQ

Answers to questions about LCT. Learn more >