New York City Center
Manhattan's very first performing arts center, dedicated in 1943 by Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, has presented the best in the performing arts made accessible to audiences for three-quarters of a century. Currently home to the Manhattan Theatre Club, Alvin Ailey Dance Company, and the annual Encores series, it also hosts Lincoln Center Festival events. City Center is located on the north side of West 55th Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues.
New York City Center Mainstage, Stage I, and Stage II are accessible to people with wheelchairs. Please advise at the time of ticket purchase of particular needs.
Wheelchair seats are not available through the New York City Center website, therefore, please call CityTix® at 212.581.1212.
For the New York City Center Mainstage, limited locations are available on the left side of the Orchestra and first row of the Rear Mezzanine.
For Manhattan Theatre Club, limited locations are available in the first row of Stage I.
Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted listening devices, both wireless FM and infrared, are available free of charge with the presentation of either a driver’s license or credit card.
For the New York City Center Mainstage, assisted listening devices are distributed adjacent to the House Manager's lectern on the right side of the orchestra level lobby.
For Manhattan Theatre Club, assisted listening devices are available at Coat Check on the first landing on the east side of the theatre.
The Manhattan Theatre Club presents one signed performance for each production. Please contact the Manhattan Theatre Club for scheduling information at 212.399.3030.
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