HISTORIC SITES

205 West 57th Street

Leonard Bernstein Residence at the Osborne Apartments

Leonard Bernstein, perhaps the most influential figure in American classical music during the post-war era, lived in the Osborne Apartments... Learn More

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Jewish New York

Though here earlier, Jewish immigrants arrived in New York City in significant numbers from Germany in the mid-19th century and then in particularly large waves from Eastern Europe beginning in... Learn More

Events

October 7, 2017 | 12:00 - 2:00 P.M.

Gay Green-Wood Tour

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HISTORIC SITES

246 East 49th Street

Stephen Sondheim Residence

In 1960, preeminent Broadway composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim bought this rowhouse in Turtle Bay Gardens, which remained his New... Learn More

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881 Seventh Avenue

Carnegie Hall

One of the premiere centers of American musical life and history, Carnegie Hall has continually featured the work and performances... Learn More

Performance Venues
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1634 Broadway

Winter Garden Theater

Opened in 1911, the Winter Garden Theater has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators, including Vincente Minnelli,... Learn More

Performance Venues
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500 25th Street

Green-Wood Cemetery

Many LGBT individuals are buried at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, one of the most beautiful landscapes in America. Here one... Learn More

Public Spaces
HISTORIC SITES

131 West 55th Street

New York City Center

From 1944 to 1966, New York City Center was the first home of New York City Opera, which featured the... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

44 West 63rd Street

Aaron Copland Residence at the Hotel Empire

Composer Aaron Copland – one of the most celebrated figures in classical music – lived in the Hotel Empire from... Learn More

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117 East 81st Street

Jerome Robbins Residence

Jerome Robbins was a renowned Broadway choreographer of musicals such as West Side Story, Gypsy, and Fiddler on the Roof, and director and... Learn More

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HISTORIC SITES

881 Seventh Avenue

Carnegie Hall: Studio Towers

The Studio Towers apartments were constructed atop Carnegie Hall from 1894 to 1897, a few years after the famed performance... Learn More

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302 W 45th St

Al Hirschfeld Theater (originally Martin Beck Theater)

Opened as the Martin Beck Theater in 1924, this venue has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators,... Learn More

Performance Venues
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249 West 45th Street

Imperial Theater

Opened in 1923, the Imperial Theater has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and creators, including Jerome Robbins, Joel... Learn More

Performance Venues
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9 St. Luke's Place

Arthur Laurents & Tom Hatcher Residence

Playwright, screenwriter, librettist, and director Arthur Laurents lived in this house, with Tom Hatcher, his partner of 52 years, from... Learn More

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HISTORIC SITES

246-256 West 44th Street

St. James Theater (originally Erlanger Theater)

Opened as the Erlanger Theater in 1927 and renamed the St. James Theater in 1932, this venue has staged multiple... Learn More

Performance Venues
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244-254 West 52nd Street

Neil Simon Theater (originally Alvin Theater)

Opened as the Alvin Theater in 1927 and renamed the Neil Simon Theater in 1983, this venue has staged multiple... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

1681 Broadway

Broadway Theater (interior)

Opened in 1924 as a motion picture/vaudeville house, the Broadway Theater began presenting legitimate theater in 1930. Major LGBT performers... Learn More

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Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center: New York State Theater

Lincoln Center, a world-class performing arts center, has had close connections to the LGBT community since planning began in the... Learn More

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Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center: Philharmonic Hall

Lincoln Center, a world-class performing arts center, has had close connections to the LGBT community since planning began in the... Learn More

Performance Venues
HISTORIC SITES

1 West 72nd Street

Dakota Apartments

The Dakota, the famed apartment building on Central Park West, has long been a home for celebrities, including notable LGBT... Learn More

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