4. This theater was originally named the New York State Theater when Philip Johnson designed it, but billionaire David H. Koch pledged to donate $100 million to renovate the theater which later influenced the city to name the theater after him. It is located in New York City and is home to the New York City Ballet and other performances. I like all the windows on this place and I love when places are able to have small plazas in front of the building. The theater opened April 23,1964. The auditorium has a mixture of both traditional and continental style seating, balconies, and a sphere chandelier.
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