Tuesday, September 22, 2009

In The Heights Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda Makes His Way from Broadway to Your Living Room

If you have not had a chance to see the 2008 Tony Award winner for Best Musical called In The Heights yet, I suggest you consider obtaining tickets for this wonderful "feel good" show about the local people from three generations living in the uptown neighborhood called Washington Heights. It's a musical that has the ability to make you really give a lot of thought to the appreciation of where we all come from. As the show moves along and we come to understand the different characters well, we come to terms with why we all make often difficult decisions in our life. Like whether or not to keep up certain family traditions or choose to move on with different more modern choices for ourselves.
Not only did In The Heights win the 2008 Best Musical Tony Award but it also won awards for Best Score, Best Choreography and Best Orchestrations.

Most notably Broadway was introduced to one of the newest and most talented artists I have ever seen. His name is Lin-Manuel Miranda. Mr. Miranda is the creator, writer and original star of the Broadway production of In The Heights. He originally wrote the In The Heights story when he was a student at Wesleyan. He started the show Off Broadway then moved it to Broadway where it continues to sell lots of tickets to every performance. Although the show is about Hispanic people that have lived in uptown New York City for decades now, I cannot convey enough just you how this show manages to make the entire audience applaud and jump to their feet often during the show. Simply put, no matter what your ethnic background, it’s a sure bet that In The Heights will please everyone, young and old alike.

I just found out recently that Mr. Miranda is going to be appearing in the season premiere of House on television and that he will be seen in several episodes that follow. You will be hearing the name Lin-Manuel Miranda for many years to come, whether it be on stage, television or the big screen. I hear that a film version of In The Heights is being worked on right now as well. I can't wait.If you or anyone you know might be interested in obtaining tickets to In The Heights on Broadway, you might want to contact Applause Ticket Agency (NY State license #71AP1001029) and ask for their below face value ticket deals for this show. When it opened on Broadway and was selling out all their inventory, tickets were going for high prices. Now that many people from the local area market have mostly seen this great show, it is garnering strong tourist support. Still, In The Heights sometimes doesn't sell all their seats and offers us discount tickets of admission to pass onto our customers.Whenever you have a few hours with nothing to do and you want to see some live Broadway theater that will "make you feel great" inside, deep down where your heart strings tug, give me a call. I'll help you secure the best seats and at prices that will save you lots of money.

Simply call my company Applause in New York City. We are open every day and love talking to people about Broadway Theater.I hope you find this information helpful. If so, we'd appreciate you passing it on to other folks who might benefit from the very best in service and ticket prices on Broadway.Take care now.

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