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This was my first time at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre and we saw "My Fair Lady"! The performance was active, engaging, and superb! You should see it while it is still here. Now to the actual Theatre review. When you look at the Opera House...More
This is one of the nicest theaters in NYC and I will now be influenced to see more productions at this venue.
It is clean and modern with stadium seating in the orchestra and space for our legs.
It is a U shape and not...More
Travelled in from Canada to see the most impressive venue of My Fair Lady. We had the opportunity to have orchestra seats near the show floor. Highly recommend. The actors were absolutely amazing. The orchestra conductor was incredible. The rotating room prop was amazing. We...More
This Lincoln Center theater is well laid out with multiple aisles and a generous (for NY) amount of space between the rows. Restroom monitors keep the long lines of women moving at intermission.
We had 3rd from seats for “My Fair Lady” and loved every...More
First time experience and saw My Fair Lady. The performance was wonderful and the sets exquisite! This is a show that withstands the test of time!! Most importantly, the theater is beautiful and there is not a bad seat in the house!! Never forget this...More
I too saw My Fair Lady at the beautiful Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center. To our surprise, the stage juts out and the seats are sort of in a U shape, so it surrounds the stage on 3 sides. Which being in Row F...More
I saw this production yesterday afternoon. It was wonderful. Norbert Leo Butz, who is Broadway Gold, was great as Alfred P. Doolittle. An understudy played Eliza and she was wonderful with an amazing voice. I have been to this theater about 10 times over the...More
Hadn't been to Lincoln Center in quite a while, and I'd forgotten just how pretty it is. We saw My Fair Lady at this particular theater and enjoyed it very much. My only complaint: This was a 3-hour show with one 15-minute intermission. Well, good...More