Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Broadway Plays New York – See the Dramatic Arts Come to Life on Broadway – Applause-Tickets.com

If musicals aren’t your thing, consider seeing a dramatic play on Broadway. Date night will never be the same. Find the play that’s right for you at Applause-Tickets.com.

Broadway Plays

Broadway is the world epicenter of dramatic arts. You will not find the quality of sets, talent, or material as high anywhere else in the world. The next time you come to New York City, consider seeing a dramatic Broadway play. While over the top musicals are what Broadway is known for, the quality of non musical plays are just as good. Plays are the perfect date night activity. Plan a night out on the town with your sweetheart - dinner and a show. We guarantee it’s a night you won’t soon forget.

Applause-Tickets is a locally owned and operated Broadway ticketing agency. We are Broadway loving New Yorkers whose sole mission is to send you to a show you will absolutely love. Give us a call to speak to one of our knowledgeable operators about which Broadway play in New York is right for you.

Fences: Fences expertly takes audiences back to a time when segregation still existed and young black men were not allowed to play baseball in the major leagues. Watch a family grapple with their own limitations and humanity in the face of the struggles of life. This brilliant play features big Hollywood names including Denzel Washington and Viola Davis.

God of Carnage: This is one of the funniest shows currently on Broadway. The story of two sets of parents struggling to teach their unruly children to behave will have you rolling in the aisles. Get ready to watch four of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities completely lose their cool on stage.

A Behanding in Spokane: If you like dark comedy and absurd versions of reality, A Behanding in Spokane is for you. Watch Christopher Walken hilariously manage to insult practically every demographic in America in his search to find his missing hand.

Collected Stories: This is the story of Ruth Steiner, a successful author based in New York, and her young protégé, Lisa Morrison. The play studies the relationships between mentor and mentee, young and old, and the age old struggle for power.

Next Fall: Consider Next Fall a contemporary love story meant to question societal expectations like faithfulness and religion. It explores much visited themes like the closeted gay son in a long term relationship, the funny best friend, and the traditional conservative father. In Next Fall, we see them in a brand new and refreshing way.

Race: Race is the provocative tale of a law firm made up of three lawyers – two black and one white- who are offered a major case where race is a key factor. Film star Kerry Washington currently stars in this witty and thought provoking Broadway play.

Red: Mark Rothko was one of the most compelling and gifted artists of the 20th century. Red examines his struggle to create bigger and more cutting edge artistic pieces in response to society’s demands.

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