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The Duke on 42nd Street

229 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036 | West 40s | 646-223-3010
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Business Description

Built and operated by The New 42nd Street, The Duke on 42nd Street is an intimate, flexible, black-box theater available for rental to both domestic and international nonprofit and commercial organizations. From Great Britain's National Theatre to the International Dance Festival, many performing arts companies have called The Duke on 42nd Street their home. Featuring a gallery along all four walls and a custom-built, state-of-the-art seating system, the flexible-use space offers full light, sound and support systems in various configurations. The Duke on 42nd Street is a fully-staffed, full service facility in the heart of the theater district.

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