The Vivian Beaumont Theater opened in the Lincoln Center complex in 1965, designed by Jo Mielziner and Eero Saarinen and named for the donor who contributed to its creation. Located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, it is the only Broadway theatre situated outside of the Times Square district.
Following record-breaking, sold-out runs in Los Angeles & Chicago, Mike Birbiglia's new solo show plays the Vivian Beaumont Theatre for 70 performances only.SYNOPSIS:
On the heels of his award-winning Broadway show The New One, comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia returns with a tale of life, death, and a highly chlorinated YMCA pool. With his unique form of comedic storytelling, Birbiglia chronicles a coming-of-middle-age story that asks the big questions: Why are we here? What’s next? And what happens when the items at the doctor’s office that you thought were decorative become quite useful?
|Oct 24, 1983 -||Lincoln Center Theater|
|Nov 5, 1980 - Jun 21, 1981||"Lincoln Center Theater Company"|
|Oct 25, 1973 - Aug 7, 1977||New York Shakespeare Festival||Theatre Operator|
|Oct 12, 1965 - Jul 29, 1973||"Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center"||Theatre Operator|