When I walked into the Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory, a cavernous military hall-cum-gallery and performance space that once served as the headquarters for the New York State Militia's Seventh Regiment, I was confronted by a wall of pipe and stairs. This was, in fact, the back of the rostrum, a 974-seat moving audience riser that sat on railroad tracks the length of the block-long building. I walked around to the front of the riser and climbed the stairs to my seat for the Lincoln ...
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