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Center Theatre

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Working in Theatre: Actor

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Welcome to Center Theatre Group

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In Our Shoes with Center Theatre Group & New Adventures

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Working in Theatre: Costume Designer

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The Center Theatre was a theater located at 1230 Sixth Avenue, the southeast corner of West 49th Street in Rockefeller Center in New York City. Seating 3,500, it was originally designed as a movie palace in 1932 and later achieved fame as a showcase for live musical ice-skating spectacles. It was demolished in 1954, the only building in the original Rockefeller Center complex to have been torn down.
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