Welcome to the golden age of showbiz. Since the inauguration of this building in the Rockefeller Complex in 1932, it has been the birthplace of the most important artistic events. Today, it is still the place to be for film premieres, musical performances, theatre and concerts. But not many people know that the guided tour of its interior reveals its unusual past, and allows you to go back in time to relive some of the most amazing moments of Broadway history. It is a truly thrilling experience to explore the rooms that bore witness to greats, such as Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald and Ray Charles, getting ready for their performances. The décor in the halls and corridors, the dressing rooms and the stage itself make this a genuine showbiz palace. If you can, complete your visit with tickets to one of the night shows.
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