The arts are returning to NYC … slowly but surely. As indoor performances can resume on April 2 (with a maximum of 100 audience members), more venues are beginning to welcome back the public.
The Triad Theater, located at 158 West 72nd Street (between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues), has announced it will be reopening to the public at a one-third capacity on April 2.
Our official reopening to the public is April 2 at 1/3 capacity. This allows for safe distancing + very comfortable seating. To all artists, shows & loyal patrons, we’re incorporating CDC guidelines/precautions to keep every show safe. We look forward to seeing you this Spring! pic.twitter.com/tMhM4xD3GS
— Triad Theater, NYC (@The_TriadNYC) March 26, 2021
To see a list of upcoming performances, please visit triadnyc.com.
Film at Lincoln Center also recently announced that after 400 days, they’d be reopening to the public on April 16.
After 400 days, we are excited to fire up our state-of-the-art projectors and reopen our theater doors on Friday, April 16! ??
— Film at Lincoln Center (@FilmLinc) March 23, 2021
In advance of the reopening, more details will be posted at filmlinc.org.
Lincoln Center will also be launching an outdoor performing arts initiative on April 7.
We also recently announced the reopening of the Hayden Planetarium Space Theater, which the American Museum of Natural History has opened for the first time since March 2020.
And, the Beacon Theater has event listings starting in early May.
We’ll provide an update once we hear more!