213 W 42th Street
Completely new theatre that incorporated elements of the Apollo Theatre (1920) and the the facade of the Lyric Theatre (1903). Originally opened as the Ford Center for the Performing Arts until hard times hit the Ford Company and bankruptcy killed Livent, the original operator of the venue. Subsequently known as the Hilton Theatre, Foxwoods Theatre, and (for a second time) the Lyric Theatre.
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