1 at 66th St.-Lincoln Center
$11, $8 seniors, $7 students and members
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The 268-seat Walter Reade Theater is home to The Film Society of Lincoln Center, which was founded in 1969. Each year, The Film Society presents the New York Film Festival. In addition, year-round programming is eclectic and international, spanning all genres and countries. The Film Society also publishes Film Comment magazine.
Already a hit in Chicago and Los Angeles, this evening of vicious songs makes its New York premiere. Songwriters Mark Nutter and Cynthia Carle take on arson, alcohol, divorce, and death in a show that should appeal to anyone who hates hearing "White Christmas." More »