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New York, NY 10023
Lincoln Center Theater will bring the world of Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot to vibrant life once again with a new version of the classic tale, reimagined for the 21st century. Featuring a book by Academy and Emmy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin, based on the original book by Alan Jay Lerner, and direction by Bartlett Sher, who also directed LCT’s highly acclaimed productions of South Pacific, The King & I, and My Fair Lady.
- The Old Man And The Pool
Award-winning comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia returns to Broadway this fall with a tale of life, death, and a highly chlorinated YMCA pool.
The Vivian Beaumont Theatre opened on October 21, 1965. It was designed by the famous architect Eero Saarinen and named in honor of Vivian Beaumont Allen, a renowned New York philanthropist. The Beaumont was originally the home of The Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center, which closed in 1973. Joseph Papp’s New York Shakespeare Festival was in residence at the Beaumont from 1973 to 1977. From 1978 to 1985, the Beaumont remained unused when it was not being rented out to outside producers. A new resident company was created in 1979, but it only staged one season in 1980-1981. The Beaumont’s current management (Lincoln Center Theatre) was founded in 1985. The Lincoln Center Theatre has become America’s largest non-profit theatre. It produces plays and musicals all year at the Beaumont and at numerous other NYC theatres.