Both exude a sense of history; one can envision the glamour of days gone by, patrons milling about, dressed to the nines, sipping champagne as they wait for the curtain or between acts. Both are spacious and elegantly appointed, and both are much more comfortable than the lobbies where you enter the building.
The Al Hirschfeld Theatre
Up the stairs to the spacious mezzanine lobby.
|The wall, lined with the legendary drawings of Al Hirschfeld|
There's even a fireplace! Can we just move in?
The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
|Up those unassuming stairs is the way to...|
...metal palm trees, gold ceiling & chandeliers...
|Note the hardwood floors, the mural to the right...|
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