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The Beacon Theatre, located at Broadway and 74th street in Manhattan, was built in 1929 and designed in the art deco styling of the day by architect Walter Ahlschlager.

Designated a New York landmark building by the NYC Landmarks Preservation Committee in 1979, the Beacon has become a venerable rock room for generations of New Yorkers and an intimate setting for unforgettable concerts and events.

Easily Accommodates:
Meetings, Graduations, Awards Ceremonies, TV Shows, Benefits, Fundraisers, Concerts and Fashion Shows

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Permitted Uses Performance, Special Event, Video/Film Shoot, Screening
Disciplines Dance, Music, Theatre, Film
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Space Dimensions 2100.0 sqft
Space Features Column-free, Air-conditioned, Heated, Wings/backstage space, Fly space/theatrical rigging, Stage curtains
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Flooring Wood
Stage Configuration Proscenium
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Seating capacity 2829
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This space was last updated on Sunday, January 06, 2013 at 10:09PM