Designed by Philip Johnson to resemble a box of jewels, David H. Koch Theater is home to the New York City Ballet. Situated within the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on the Upper West Side, it is one of the most popular addresses for arts in the city. Chandeliers and glass adorn the walls and ceilings in this glinting, glitzy theater and its striking architecture is as much an arresting vision as the shows inside it, if not more. The likes of John Raitt and Ethel Merman have graced this stage in the past. The beautiful performances of the ballerinas and the musicians weave a mesmerizing story out of their performances and is a must visit for the culturally inclined.