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Starr Theater, Alice Tully Hall

Starr Theater, Alice Tully Hall

Alice Tully Hall is one of the most popular and frequently-used performance halls on the Lincoln Center campus. Built in 1969 and renovated in 2009, the hall is home to The Chamber Music Society; additionally, The Juilliard School and The Film Society of Lincoln Center routinely use it. Beloved by artists and audiences alike for its excellent acoustics, comfort, and intimate scale, Alice Tully Hall is both technically advanced and beautiful.

The theater features upgraded equipment, Digital Cinema projectors, and state-of-the-art production capabilities which make it ideal for music, film, theater, or dance presentations as well as private events. Alice Tully Hall hosts an exciting array of special forums including film premieres, television network upfronts, corporate meetings, product launches, and high-end social gatherings. The Adrienne Arsht Stage is designed to be flexible: By adjusting the stage configuration to suit their needs, artists can alter the capacity in the Starr Theater. Wood cut from a single African moabi tree envelops the theater and shields the built-in Swiss pipe organ. Praised for its acoustic clarity, the theater is designed to reverberate sound and to enthrall audiences for years to come.

1941 Broadway New York, NY 10023
  • 1,085 max. capacity
2,580 ft2

Features:

  • Two Christie Digital Cinema projectors
  • Custom Swiss Kuhn organ built into space
  • Wood cut from a single African moabi tree envelops the theater
  • Adjustable acoustic banners blanket the walls
  • Continental raked seating plan which offers generous leg room
  • Multiple stage configurations
  • Six star dressing roos and two choral dressing rooms
How far in advance do you book your venues?

Our books open in February for the following Fiscal Year (July 1-June 30).

We book our venues on a first-come, first-served basis.

How do I inquire about a date or venue?

To inquire about venue and date availability, please fill out an online inquiry form.

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