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  • This Week on Broadway – 11.06.17

    Broadway Tickets

    Here’s a quick glance of some notable happenings on the Great White Way this week: Broadway Tickets, Discounts, and Information Beginning Preview Performances this Week: SpongeBob SquarePants – Begins November 6th A new musical based on the hit Nickelodeon cartoon series, SpongeBob SquarePants and the denizens of Bikini Bottom must rally to save their undersea […]

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  • Aladdin – A Whole New World on Broadway

    Aladdin on Broadway, NYC

    Stage Adaptation of the Animated Blockbuster Disney presents Aladdin, the stage adaptation of its 1992 animated blockbuster, featuring the hit songs from the film as well as original songs written specifically for Broadway. The Disney film was inspired by centuries-old folktales including “One Thousand and One Nights,” was a huge hit in movie theaters and sold a record-breaking […]

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  • TKTS Tips & Tricks

    TKTS Times Square NYC

    The TKTS Booth Purchasing tickets at the TKTS booth can be a daunting prospect, for newbies and long-time ticket buyers alike.  Here are some tips and tricks that we’ve kept in mind over the years when heading to the booth for some last-minute tickets. Tip & Tricks There is no way to know in advance which […]

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  • Tony Nominee Spotlight: ON YOUR FEET!

    On Your Feet! The Musical on Broadway

    “On Your Feet! The Musical” Nominations: 1:  Best Choreography.   What’s the show about? From the producers: Gloria Estefan has sold over 100 million records and sold out stadiums around the world. Emilio and Gloria Estefan together have won 26 Grammy Awards, but their music is only half the story. “On Your Feet!” is the […]

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  • How do I get box seats to a Broadway show?

    Hilton Theatre, NYC - Box Seats on Broadway

    Broadway Show Box Seats Unfortunately, here’s where we have to burst your bubble a little bit: Box Seats are not good seats. The box seats at Broadway theaters were designed (in some cases, 100+ years ago) for the rest of the audience to be able to see the occupants as a symbol of status, not for the […]