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Location: The Lyric Theatre, New York City
From Wikipedia: A prominent Broadway theatre built in 1903 in Manhattan, New York City in the 42nd Street Theatre District. It had two entrances, one at 213 West 42nd Street and another at 214-26 West 43rd Street and was one of the few New York houses that had two formal entrances. In 1934, it was converted into a movie theatre which it remained until closing in 1992. In 1996, its shell was demolished and the space was combined with that of the former Apollo Theatre to create the Ford Center, now known as the Foxwoods Theatre. Both the 42nd and 43rd Street facades of the Lyric were preserved and today form the front and back entrances of the Foxwoods Theatre.
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