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York theatre

Coordinates: 40°45′32″N 73°58′14″W / 40.758908°N 73.97054°W / 40.758908; -73.97054

York Theatre
Address 619 Lexington Avenue
City New York City
Country USA
Capacity 178 Seats
Type Off-Broadway
Opened 1993

The York Theatre is an Off-Broadway theatre at 619 Lexington Avenue at the corner of 54th Street in the East Midtown section of Manhattan, New York City. It is dedicated to the production of new musicals and concert productions of forgotten musicals from the past. Each season consists of three or four mainstage productions, six concert presentations and dozens of developmental readings. It has had several transfers of its work to larger off-Broadway theatres and to Broadway. The company was awarded a special Drama Desk Award in 1996.[1]

Since 1993 the company has performed in an intimate theatre that is part of St. Peter's Church, in the Citigroup Center Complex.[1]



External links

  • Official website
  • Internet Off-Broadway Database

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