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Brooklyn Kings Theatre-Loews-NYCEDC Restoration-Untapped Cities Behind the Scenes NYC TourAll photos by Matt Lambros, After the Final Curtain

On Monday, March 16th at 6pm, we’ll be bringing guests on a special tour of the Brooklyn Kings Theatre, which just re-opened after a multi-year renovation. With so many of New York City’s theaters lost, repurposed or in a state of abandonment, it’s a real feat to have this 93,000 square foot theater open again to the public. Moreover, photographer and Untapped Cities columnist Matt Lambros from After the Final Curtain has been documenting the theater since before the restoration until now. Here are some before and after images, showing what visitors can see on our Behind the Scenes NYC tour, led by Christina de Rose, NYCEDC Senior Vice President who led the project and Matt Wolf, Executive Director of Kings Theatre. Get tickets here.

Main stage and theater, before:

Main stage and theater, after:

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Lobby and staircase before:

Lobby and staircase after:

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Get tickets to our March 16th tour of the Brooklyn Kings Theatre, part of the Behind the Scenes NYC Tour Series in partnership with the NYC Economic Development Corporation led by the experts who spearheaded the restoration and the Executive Director of Kings Theatre:

Lobby before:

Lobby after (almost finished):

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Mezzanine level of the lobby before:

Mezzanine level of the lobby after (almost finished):

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Theater before:

Theater after:

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Seats before:

Seats after:

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Join us for our special Behind the Scenes NYC Tour Series in partnership with the NYCEDC, with tours of this theatre, Brooklyn Army Terminal, the Harlem Corn Exchange Building, and more.

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