New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, New York City

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  • Had an extra hour before my Metropolitan Opera performance, so thought I'd check out the exhibition at the Library which is located next door. Didn't even know about this special branch of the New Yor...  more »
  • This library location in Lincoln Center often has wonderful exhibits related to the performing arts. Curtain Up celebrates productions that received recognition by both the Tony Awards and the Olivier...  more »
  • The place is a treasure trove. 6:00 3 lunch because they are not only from the people to the extent of an awful lot of visibility at 3. However, just like the crowded bustle of crowded one. You can enjoy the comfort. Café and lots of exhibits a variety of artwork is also a heck of a lot longer to enjoy.
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  • It is my favorite place in manhattan. I can read scores whatever and they provide free wifi. Desk and chair are wonderful to learn.
  • Clean library, good for working, great collections. Computers are relatively clean. The second floor laptop area can get loud.
  • Even if you have no interest in performing arts, the study areas on the second floor are superb!
  • The best place, the second floor is really Nice.
  • The Performing Arts Library is one of our city's treasures. Any performing artist should come here and comb through the music, the scripts, and there recordings. There's no end to what you can find and learn.