AMC Empire 25

234 W. 42nd Street,
New York, NY 10036

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RobertR on February 17, 2004 at 11:29 am

Number one with Carnige Hall, Lincoln Center and dozens of other smaller venues new York does not need another symphoney concert hall. Number two if you read the description this theatre was built as a cinema from nothing but a shell. What is it that you propose is converted into a concert hall? You obviously have little regard for motion picture theatres.

fred1 on February 17, 2004 at 9:11 am

a beautiful theater worthy of the big apple

JOY on November 6, 2002 at 2:33 pm

i can’t wait to see The Debut!!!
J~*loca hapa luv

TOBY1939 on January 26, 2002 at 8:42 am

I go to AMC25 42nd Street all the time. I’m 62 and enjoy the senior discount. I saw “IN THE BEDROOM” at Theater No. 14 last night. I was there early and heard a young woman singing with guitar accompaniment. SHe sounded exactly like a young woman I know who sings exactly the same tupe songs. She has a CD out now, just starting in the music business. I told her she might well be doing this, marketing her CD to a theater chain that would play her songs before movie showings, in-between movie showings. How can she get in touch with the right people about doing this. DIrectly to you or is there someone you can refer her to. Her e mail address is:

. You can reply to me a well since I am very interested too. Her singing and guitar playing, to me, is every bit as good as what I heard last night. Tell me how she can get her music marked, to whom, etc., so that she can be heard in the same way, during these movie breaks. Believe me, she is well worth it!

I enjoy AMC25 so much! I also enjoy going to the new Times Square Cafe. I am going there today, in fact!

So, please help a fine artist get a break. Her name is Val Gomes (pronounced like homes)

Thanks again!

Toby Van Buren ()

Madeline on November 24, 2001 at 2:21 pm

I saw the picture of the AMC EMPIRE 25 and marveled. The facade and lobby were a part of the old ELTINGE THEATRE, which was named for the female impersonator JULIAN ELTINGE. Very ironic too that the female impersonator, RUPAUL is featured in MADAME TUSSAUD’S WAX MUSEUM at the megaplex. WOW! Learn more about Eltinge at It’s fantastic! CINEMA TREASURES is marvelous!!

Patrick Crowley
Patrick Crowley on February 12, 2001 at 8:03 am

If you visit this theater, you have to check out the outdoor promenade on the top level. Stunning views of Times Square—from twelve stories up!