Duke on 42nd Street

Manhattan – Midtown West

Duke on 42nd Street

229 W 42nd St between Broadway and Eighth Ave
Manhattan, NY

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Time Out NY This 200-seat black box opened its doors in 2000, named for heiress and philanthropist Doris Duke, whose charity funded its construction. And though a part of the 42nd Street Studios, it has made itself into a rentable space for both domestic and international nonprofit companies to present their work in the heart of Times Square. Some of the big names it has drawn include Theatre for a New Audience and Lincoln Center Theaters LCT3.

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