When approaching the David H. Koch Theatre (pronounced "coke") at Lincoln Center, a huge light wall draws you into the glass entrance and box office lobby, and into a venue that recently experienced its most expansive renovation since it opened in 1964 as the New York State Theater. New York City Ballet and New York City Opera coordinated this renovation jointly. New side aisles redefine the look of the main floor, while many other improvements are to the technical systems, orchestra lift, ...
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