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|Statement||by Evelyn Hisz.|
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By NewMusicBox Staff. Moving the AMC LibraryPhotos by Lyn Liston On J , the American Music Center (AMC) historic collection of more t scores and recordings of works by American composers was transferred to The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (NYPL) at Lincoln Center. In a joint statement issued by AMC and NYPL, [ ]. Although self-taught, for almost four decades (circa circa ), she created iconic images of theater and dance that communicated the essence and artistry of the performer and the work. Swope lives in New York City. Physical Description Extent: boxes ( lin. ft.): some col. ; 51 x 61 cm. or smaller. Type of Resource Still image. Beaumont Theater. A new musical, set in the s, about three extraordinary and accomplished people - Aldous Huxley (Harry Hadden-Paton); Clare Boothe Luce (Carmen Cusack); and Cary Grant (Tony Yazbeck) - each of whom experimented with the drug LSD. Book by James Lapine, music by Tom Kitt, lyrics by Michael Korie, and directed by James Lapine. New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. 40 Lincoln Center Plaza (next to the Metropolitan Opera) (also entrance at Amsterdam Avenue, just below 65th Street) New York, N.Y. Visit website. Email. Directions: Subway: 1 to 66th Street - Lincoln Center.