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(Wall Street Journal) — New York City Center’s seats are getting supersized.

As part of a renovation project that began in April, the performing-arts center, home to the annual “Fall for Dance” festival, is taking the lead of theaters across the country in expanding the width of its seats and increasing its leg room, or row spacing.

“We want to err a little bit on the roomier side, because over the last 50 years Americans have gotten a little plumper,” City Center’s senior vice-president and managing director, Mark Litvin, said, “and we find these larger seats are much more comfortable for people.”

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