Lincoln Center Theater's LCT3

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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Lincoln Center Theater is growing, literally and figuratively. The literal growth is a new performance space being built on top of the Vivian Beaumont Theater, and the figurative growth is an enterprise called LCT3, the eventual home of which will be that new house atop the Vivian Beaumont. LCT3’s latest presentation is a new Amy Herzog play called “4000 Miles.” Charles Isherwood goes to the distance to size it up. Listen for the clue you need to answer our trivia question, and you could win a $150 gift certificate to Le Perigord, the French restaurant on East 52nd Street.

Comments [1]

David from Flushing

I wish more thought had gone into the construction at Lincoln Center.

The ill-proportion front steps leading to the plaza should have been made a ramp. The Center seems to have had a step problem since day one that has led to accidents.

Another hazard is the terrazzo outside the entrance of Avery Fisher Hall. This becomes dangerously slippery when wet and must be cover with rubber mats. A one time treatment with a jack hammer and replacement with a more suitable material would cure this.

Why the supports for the canopies were obstructively placed in the middle, instead of the sides, is beyond me.

To give credit where it is due, the relocation of the driveway to under the front steps was a great improvement.

Jun. 29 2011 09:05 AM

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