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Tucked in Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Rose Theater is a surprising new (to me) venue in NYC. It's been nearly 10 years since I was in NYC for a show, but Rose is attractive, sizable and totally modern. We had an hilarious time finding...More
Built only back in 2004, and after years of deliberation by NYC, New York State, and representatives of the arts, it was decided that this world class unique theater would be designed and built specifically for Jazz performances. But to intensify the acoustical design challenge...More
It was an event we couldn't pass up: an opera based on "Angels in America," performed by the reconstituted New York City Opera. We were excited to have secured first-row seats, all the better to see the action onstage. But the titles were projected very...More
This was my first visit to the Rose Theater and I enjoyed it very much. When we exited from the elevator, the directions were very confusing and the ushers not very helpful, but once we were seated, things went much better. Sight lines from the...More
A friend and I went to see Diane Reeves in this theater. It is in Lincoln Center on the 4th floor. You take an elevator near where the box office is located and the elevators can get really crowded=a lot of people trying to cram...More
We've attended a couple of jazz performance is here, and the acoustics are excellent. Next time we will try to get the box seats suggested by another reviewer.
Tonight we saw a splendid performance of "The Merchant of Venice" by William Shakespeare.
Jonathan Pryce: "If...More
This is one of the most beautiful settings for America's music. Actually, it is the only performance venue of its kind for jazz. I highly recommend sitting in the box seats (number 1, seat 1 and 2) for a perfect center, unobstructed view.