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July 9, 2006
From journal New York City With the Whole Family!!!!! 2006
February 15, 2005
From journal New York - A Second Chance!
Charlotte, North Carolina
January 21, 2005
Charlotte has a terrific performing arts center, and we have a terrific Broadway season each year. I have also been to London and been to the West End, but nothing before has given me such a thrill. A true Broadway fan will understand. At any given time, there are dozens of shows here delighting fans, from newcomers such as Bombay Dreams to time-honored favorites such as The Phantom of the Opera, now celebrating its 17th year on Broadway. From the cast to the costumes to the music to the theatre itself, you will have a night that will live in your memories forever.
If you are coming to New York, then you should at least check out one show. Not familiar with Broadway? No problems. Go to www.broadway.com. This is a great site for learning the plots of the show, looking up current cast members, and ordering tickets. There are quite a few ways to get tickets for Broadway shows. If you are coming during the busy summer months or during the popular holiday season, then you will want to order tickets in advance. Advance tickets are also advised for large groups or for very popular shows. Tickets can be ordered from such places at www.broadway.com, www.ticketmaster.com, or from the New York tourism site at www.nycvisit.com. You can also order them directly from the theatre. Each show has their own website where you can order tickets. Just do a search on Google or Yahoo to find the website. There is also the TKTS office located in Times Square. These are same-day, half-price tickets. Tickets go on sale starting at 11am. You can also try Ebay for tickets or discount coupons that can save you anywhere from 20% to 50%. Make sure you read the whole description and check to make sure the person has very good feedback.
From journal A southern belle in the big city- New York City
Pawleys Island, South Carolina
August 29, 2004
Honestly, I had seen lots of touring company productions in cities like Indianapolis, Miami and even LA, but it was nothing like the Broadway I experienced on Broadway. Overwhelming amounts of talent, excellent staging, and no tinned music could ever replace the sound of a live orchestra. Wonderful! We were inspired by the shows, not just entertained. I recommend going to see one straight play (non-musical). Jumpers was fascinating!
For the frugal, there is a half price ticket booth either on 47th or 42nd near Times Square.
From journal June in NYC
Staffs, United Kingdom
November 9, 2003
From journal New York at Christmas
Huntington, West Virginia
March 1, 2003
From journal Spring Break in NYC
January 30, 2003
p.s.: This show might be a little dark for younger children and has adult humor, sex, and all the other things we hold near and dear to our hearts . . .
From journal Broadway Show Guide