|New York, NY: David H. Koch Theatre|
Country: United States of America
State: New York
City: New York
Location: Lincoln Center
Part of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Built by Philip Johnson. Opened 23 Apr 1964 as "New York State Theater". First NYCO performance: Ginastera's "Don Rodrigo" on 22 Feb 1966. 1982 acoustical rebuilding by Philip Johnson and John Burgee with Cyril Harris. Renamed David H. Koch Theatre on 25 Nov 2008 in honour of a sponsor, billionaire David H. Koch (* 1940). Home to the New York City Opera (until 2011) and the New York City Ballet. 2755 seats.
Reverse Text: "Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - New York State Theater - The New York State Theater, seen in this view from the top ring, was designed by Philip Johnson, and opened on April 23, 1964. The theater seats 2,804 people and is the home of dance and operetta at Lincoln Center."|
Handwritten Reverse Text: dated Jan 1972
Publisher: Manhattan Post Card Pub. Co., New York; 10-C-LC-2; DT-91621-B
Picture: left: New York State Theater, right: Metropolitan Opera House|
Reverse Text: "New York Landmarks, Lincoln Center"
Publisher: Charles Ziga; 45622 98770
For more pictures of this theatre, see Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
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