Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Get Tickets To See The Cher Show On Broadway For Less

The Cher ShowThat's right theatre fans. One of this season's most highly anticipated new shows is now available at prices that can't be beat. The Cher Show, which is based on you guessed it, the one and only Cher, is scheduled to begin previews at the Neil Simon Theatre on November 1, with opening night set for December 3.

Starring as the iconic performer are three talented ladies. Tony Award nominee Stephanie J. Block (Falsettos, Wicked), Teal Wicks (Finding Neverland, Jekyll and Hyde), and Micaela Diamond (Jesus Christ Superstar:Live) in her Broadway debut.

Featuring over twenty-five of Cher's biggest hits, The Cher Show has a book by Tony Award nominee Rick Elice (Jersey Boys, Peter and the Starcatcher), with direction by Tony Award nominee Jason Moore (Avenue Q, Shrek The Musical), and choreography by Tony Award winner Christopher Gattelli (Newsies, The King and I). Quite the creative team don't you think?

Now for those of you who want tickets to see the show, you have come to the right place. We sell it. In fact if you call right now, we can get you tickets to see the show at prices that can't be beat. Be advised that while this "Special Offer" is good thru January 20,2019, it is for select seats only, and as always subject to availability. Get your tickets to see The Cher Show on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Monday, September 24, 2018

Fall Savings Are Here

Image result for fall savings picsCan you believe that the year is just about over? Well technically there are still ninety-nine days until the end of the year, but who's counting. Now Fall is my favorite time of the year. The changing of the leaves, the awesome smells like pumpkin spice and cinnamon,and of course the greatest holiday ever invented.

Give up? Why Thanksgiving of course. Plus for all you theatre fans heading to the Big Apple, this is the best time to save on some of your favorite shows. In fact as we speak, there are over thirty shows both On and Off-Broadway that are now available at some incredible savings.

I mean who doesn't love a bargain? I know I sure do. Oh and did I mention that we sell each and everyone of those shows? Well we do. Plus we are open seven days as week, 365 days a year. That means we are always here to help with all of your ticket needs. Until next time theatre fans.

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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Customer Story

HamiltonToday's customer story comes all the way from the great state of South Dakota. Sioux Falls to be exact. A couple of days ago, I received a call from a travel agent who's client was planning a trip to Chicago next month, and wanted to see a show while they were there. What's that? You thought we only sold tickets to New York and London?

Well we don't. In fact, we sell tickets to all events around the world. Who knew? So anyway after finding out when they would be there, I asked her what her client wanted to see. Now while Chicago may not have as many theatres as we do in New York, they do have a thriving theatre scene, with a multitude of various shows and events playing year round.

I know. I know. Enough with the suspense. What show did they choose? Why none other than the musical phenomenon Hamilton. In then end I got them excellent seats in the center Orchestra, and on an aisle. Not only that, but the ticket was lower than they had seen on multiple other websites. Another satisfied customer. Will you be next?


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Friday, September 21, 2018

Acclaimed London Production Of Network Headed To Broadway Starring Bryan Cranston

Network"I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore!" Now that quote is not from me. It is from the 1977 award winning film Network. Of course you probably knew that didn't you? The film, which won four 1977 Academy Awards, including Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, and Best Original Screenplay, has been adapted into a stunning new production by Tony Award winner, and Academy Award nominee Lee Hall (Billy Elliot).

Starring Emmy and Tony Award winner Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, All The Way), and directed by Tony Award winner Ivo Van Hove (A View From The Bridge, The Crucible), Network premiered at the National Theatre in London this past Spring to critical acclaim.

The Broadway production, which co-stars Emmy Award winner Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) in her Broadway debut, is set to begin previews at the Belasco Theatre on November 10, with opening night scheduled for December 6, and will play a limited engagement of eighteen weeks closing on March 17.

Tickets for the highly anticipated show have been selling thru the roof. Now that doesn't mean you can't get tickets. You may just have to spend a little more to get them. Thankfully the Belasco Theatre is not very big, so there is literally not a bad seat in the house. Get your tickets to see Network on Broadway at the Belasco Theatre. Expect the show to be a big contender at next year's Tony Awards. Until next time theatre fans.

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Sunday, September 16, 2018

Customer Story

Image result for la boheme picsToday's customer story comes all the way from the great sate of Pennsylvania. Bala Cynwyd to be exact. Yesterday I received a call from a travel agent who's client was planning a trip to New York at the end of this month, and wanted to see a show while they were here.

Now to be honest, most of our sales are for Broadway and Off-Broadway shows. However we do sell other shows in New York including the Metropolitan Opera. Which brings me to today's blog. As it turns out, the show she wanted to see more than anything was La Boheme, which you may recall was modernized in 1996 with Jonathan Larson's masterpiece Rent.

Which by the way I saw twenty-five times. But enough about me. Now for those of you who are not familiar with the Metropolitan Opera House, it is quite large, with six levels that seats a little under four thousand. In the end I was able to get her client excellent seats in the Orchestra, and at a price that was lower than they were expecting. Another satisfied customer. Will you be next?

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Friday, September 14, 2018

Broadway Bound Production Of Toostie Is Already Creating A Buzz

TootsieLast month I posted a blog about the eagerly anticipated new musical Tootsie. Based on the popular 1982 film, the show is currently in previews at the Cadillac Theatre in Chicago thru October 19. Now as I mentioned in my blog, Tootsie is one of my favorite films of all time. However I will admit that after reading recent articles about the show I was a little scared. After all, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."

Thankfully word of mouth out of Chicago looks promising, with the recent article by New York Post's resident theatre columnist Michael Riedel. Now I know that there are those out there that are not too fond of Mr. Reidel or his views. You know what? Who cares. Oh sure he may be a little controversial, and his opinion may rub some people the wrong way.

But at the end of the day, the man is there to report the news, which is what he has been doing for over twenty-five years and counting. And besides, isn't it about time that Broadway has a feel good, old fashioned type musical once again? I think so. Here's hoping I am right. Until next time theatre fans.

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Bettlejuice Musical Headed To Broadway

Beetlejuice DC logo HREarlier this week I wrote a blog about the Broadway bound production of Mrs. Doubtfire. I stated that even though I was a huge Robin Williams fan, I had never seen the movie. Now here we go again, and another movie that I have never seen featuring one of my favorite actor's, is headed to the stage.

Beetlejuice, which starred Academy Award nominee Michael Keaton, is set to begin previews at the Wintergarden Theatre in March, with opening scheduled for sometime in April. Prior to it's Broadway run, the show will play at the National Theatre in Washington D.C. from October 14 thru November 18.

With a score by Australian musician Eddie Perfect (King Kong), a book by Anthony King and Scott Brown, and direction by Alex Timbers (Peter and the Starcatcher), and choreography by Connor Gallagher, Bettlejuice is sure to be a highlight of the Broadway season. So I know what you must be thinking. Who is starring in the highly anticipated new musical?

Well I'll tell you. Playing the title role is Tony Award nominee Alex Brightman (School of Rock), Sophia Anne Caruso (Lazarus) as Lydia, Tony nominees Kerry Butler (Mean Girls) and Rob McClure (Honeymoon In Vegas) as Barbara and Adam Maitland, and Leslie Kritzer (Legally Blond) and Adam Dennheisser (Rock of Ages) as Delia and Charles Deetz.

Sounds like a great cast to me. Tickets for the D.C. engagement are now on sale. Not only that, but we are selling it. No on sale date for the Broadway production has been announced. Stay tuned to this website for further updates. Get your tickets to see Beetlejuice at the National Theatre in Washington D.C. and on Broadway at the Wintergarden Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Tony Award Winner The Band's Visit Recoups

The Band's VisitExciting news theatre fans. Last season's biggest winner has scored another victory. The Band's Visit, which won ten 2018 Tony Awards, including Best Musical of the Year, has officially recouped it's entire investment of $8.75 million dollars.

Not bad for a show that has been playing less than a year. The show which opened at the Barrymore Theatre on November 9, also won the Drama League, New York Drama Critic's Circle, Lucille Lortel, Outer Critic's Circle, for Best Musical of the Year.

Now for those of you who want to see the show, you are in luck. We sell it. Well that and every other play and musical on Broadway. Get your tickets to see The Band's Visit on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Monday, September 10, 2018

Final Week For Three Broadway Shows

Gettin' the Band Back TogetherThat's right theatre fans. It's your last chance to see three amazing shows, as Carousel, SpongeBob SquarePants, and Gettin' The Band Back Together are set to take their final bows on Sunday September 16. Now of the three, the only one I saw was Gettin' The Band Back Together.

Was it the greatest show that I have ever seen? No. But the truth is, I had a lot of fun. And sometimes that is all you need. Now while I did not see SpongeBob SquarePants or Carousel, I have heard nothing but great things from my friends and colleagues, not to mention many of our customers.

It's always sad when shows close. However there is good news on the horizon. Between now and April, there are sixteen new plays and musicals scheduled to open, with many more expected to open as well. See that's what's so great about the New York theatre scene. There are always plenty of things to see. Until next theatre fans.

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Saturday, September 08, 2018

Customer Story

Pretty Woman: The MusicalToday's customer story comes all the way from the "Sunshine State". That's right. I am talking about the great state of Florida. A couple of days ago, I received a call from a travel agent who's client was bringing a group to New York in December, and wanted to see a show while they were here.

Their choice? Why none other than one of this season's hottest new shows. Give up? Well if you guessed Pretty Woman: The Musical, then you would be right. So anyway after finding out when they would be here, and what they wanted to see, I asked her how many tickets she needed. As it turns out, she needed quite a few. Twenty-one to be exact. I told you it was a group.

Now due to the fact that December is one of the busiest times in New York, they knew going in that tickets might be difficult to obtain. Luckily they were looking pretty far in advance, and in the end I was able to find them excellent seats in the Mezzanine. Not only that, but they were a lot less than they had seen on other websites. So there you have it folks. Great seats, and great prices to boot. Another satisfied customer. Will you be next?

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Thursday, September 06, 2018

Today Show Weatherman Al Roker To Join The Cast Of Waitress

I'll be honest, when I first heard about this my first thought was, "Who knew that Al Roker was a song and dance man?" Now all kidding aside, it's not like it's the worst idea.

After all he does have a very large fan base, not too mention the fact that the show now in it's third year, could use a little boost when sales tend to drop during this time of year. Mr. Roker, who has served as the weather anchor on NBC's Today Show since 1996, will step into the role of Ol" Joe on October 5 thru November 11.

When asked by his Today Show colleagues how he landed the job he said, " They called and asked for some reason. They want to try and shut this thing down". By the way, for those of you who want tickets to see America's favorite weatherman you are in luck. We sell it. Get your tickets to see Al Roker in Waitress on Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Wednesday, September 05, 2018

Musical Version Of Mrs. Doubtfire Headed To Broadway

Greenlit: ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Heads to Broadway, ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ Adds Talent + More ProjectsWell would you look at that. Another popular movie from the 90's headed to Broadway. What will they think of next?

A few days ago, it was announced that Mrs. Doubtfire, based on the 1994 film of the same name, is headed to the Great White Way.

Now believe it or not, but I have never seen the movie. Which is strange considering how much I love Robin Williams. Oh well. Maybe I'll finally have to check it out now that they are turning it into a big splashy Broadway musical.

It was also announced, that the creative team behind Something Rotten, John O'Farrell and brothers Karey and Wayne Kirkpatrick are teaming up once again for this latest film to stage adaptation. Plus four-time Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks (Hello Dolly!) has been hired to direct.

Sounds like the show is off to a good start don't you think? As of now no theatre or production dates have been announced. Stay tuned to this website for further updates. Until next time theatre fans.

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Tuesday, September 04, 2018

Customer Story

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts 1 and 2Today's customer story comes all the way from the "Empire State". That's right. I am talking about my home state of New York. Recently, I received a call from a new customer, who come to us via their travel agent. So anyway, he and his wife were planning a trip to New York later this month, and wanted to see a few shows while they were here.

Actually they wanted to see four shows, although I guess technically Harry Potter and the Cursed Child counts as one show, even though it's presented in two parts. Their other two choices were two of Broadway's most popular new shows. Come From Away, and My Fair Lady. Now going in, they knew that Harry Potter would be a little more difficult to obtain, as well as be more expensive than the other two.

Well as it turns out, because they were going during the week, tickets were more readily available. Not only that, but they were cheaper than they were expecting. Same with the other two shows. Great seats, and great prices too. So there you have it folks. Another satisfied customer. Will you be next?

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Friday, August 31, 2018

New Play Bernhardt/Hamlet To Begin Previews Tonight On Broadway

Bernhardt HamletRaise your hand if you can name the first woman to perform the role of Hamlet? Well if you guessed Sarah Siddons, then your hand should be raised high in the air. Now, can you name the first woman to play Hamlet on film?

If you guessed Sarah Bernhardt, then you would be right once again theatre fans.Which brings me to the topic of today's blog. Bernhardt/Hamlet, a new play by Theresa Rebeck (Seminar, Dead Accounts), is set to begin previews at the American Airlines Theatre on August 31, with opening night scheduled for September 25.

As of now, the show is set to close on November 18, but with all Roundabout Theatre shows, it will probably extend a week or two if the reviews are good.Starring Tony Award winner and Academy Award nominee Janet McTeer (A Doll's House, Albert Nobbs), Bernhardt/Hamlet takes place in 1899 where the acclaimed actress prepares to take on her most challenging role to date.

Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark. Directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Present Laughter, Hand To God), Bernhardt/Hamlet stars Tony Award nominee Dylan Baker (The Front Page), Jason Bartlet Harner (The Crucible), Mathew Saldivar (Junk), Nick Westrate (Tribes), Paxton Whitehead (The Importance of Being Ernest), Ito Aghayere (Familliar), Brittany Bradford (For Colored Girls), Aaron Costa Ganis (House of Cards), and Triney Sandoval (Marvin's Room). 

By the way, for those of you who want tickets to see the show, you are in luck. We sell it. Plus if you call now, you can get tickets to see the show at prices that can't be beat. Be advised that while this "Special Offer" is good thru September 30, it is for select seats only, and as always subject to availability. Get your tickets to see Janet McTeer In Bernhardt/Hamlet on Broadway at the American Airlines Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Thursday, August 30, 2018

Customer Story

HamiltonNow believe it or not, but it has been almost two months since my last customer story. What can I say except there has been a lot of exciting theatre news to write about lately. Anyway today's customer story comes all the way from the "Sunshine State". That's right I am talking about the great state of Florida.

Last week, I received a call from a travel agent who's client was visiting New York in a few weeks, and wanted to see a show while they were here. Their choice? Why none other than one of Broadway's hottest shows of all time. Care to take a guess? Well if you guessed Hamilton, than you would be right.

So anyway after finding out when they would be here, I asked them where they wanted to sit, and more importantly how much they wanted to spend. After all, Hamilton is not cheap. After a little research, I found two box seats in the Mezzanine for a little over eight hundred dollars a piece.

Now the only thing about the seats, is that the seats are marked partial view. I know what you are thinking. Why on earth would anybody spend all that money to see half the show. First of all, it is not half the show. It's actually only about five to ten percent of the show, which is really not much at all. In the end, you basically only miss an entrance or two depending on what side you are seated on. Plot wise, you don't miss anything. See? It's not as bad as you thought. So there you have it folks. Another satisfied customer. Will you be next?

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Wednesday, August 29, 2018

The Waverly Gallery To Open On Broadway This Fall

The Waverly GalleryNow believe it or not, but The Waverly Gallery is the second show by playwright Kenneth Lonergan to open on Broadway this year, following last season's Tony Award nominated production of Lobby Hero.

Directed by Drama Desk and Obie Award winner Lila Neugebauer (The Wolves, Mary Page Marlowe), and starring Academy Award nominee's Elaine May (Heaven Can Wait) and Lucas Hedges (Manchester By The Sea), Tony Award winner and Academy Award nominee Joan Allen and Tony Award nominee Michael Cera (Arrested Development), The Waverly Gallery is set to begin previews at the John Golden Theatre on September 25, with opening night scheduled for October 25. 

The show, which played a two month engagement at the Promenade Theatre in Spring 2000, was also a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2001. By the way, for those of you who want tickets to see the show, you are in luck. We sell it. In fact if you call right now, you can get tickets to see the show, at prices that can't be beat. Be advised that while this "Special Offer" is good thru January 27, 2010, it is for select seats only, and as always subject to availability. Get your tickets to see The Waverly Gallery on Broadway at the John Golden Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Pulitzer Prize And Tony Award Winner Neil Simon Passes Away

Neil SimonOne of the first plays I ever read, was Neil Simon's I Ought To Be In Pictures. I must have read it about a half a dozen times in high school. Following graduation, I moved to New York City to pursue my dream of being an actor.

And wouldn't you know it but on my second day here, I saw my very first Broadway show. Care to guess what it was? Why none other than Lost In Yonkers, the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner for Best Play of the Year.

What a perfect way to start my new life in the Big Apple. Since that time, I must have seen or read over a dozen of Neil Simon's plays and musicals, including the revival of The Odd Couple starring Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, and Little Me starring Martin Short in his Tony Award winning performance.

Neil Simon has been a part of my life for almost thirty years, and I have no doubt that his work will continue to entertain theatergoers around the world for years to come. It was also announced yesterday that on Wednesday, all of the Broadway theatre marquees will dim for one minute beginning at 6:45pm. Mr. Simon, you will be missed.


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Sunday, August 26, 2018

Temptations Musical Ain't Too Proud Headed To The Great White Way

Let me just start off by saying that The Temptations are my favorite group of all time. That's right. I said it. Of all time. So when I heard that a musical about them was in the works, I was not as excited as you might think.

Yes they are my favorite band. And yes I loved Motown: The Musical which featured them, along with Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, and The Jackson 5 among others. Therefore, I know you are probably wondering about my hesitation.

The truth is, that as much as I loved Motown, I wasn't thrilled with the way they were presented in the show. For one thing, they were barely in it. Of course with Barry Gordy as the author, I should have known going in that the show would focus more on him, and his relationship with Diana Ross. It did. Now we all know that when it comes to "Jukebox Musicals", they are usually hit or miss. The truth is, for every Beautiful and Jersey Boys, there is Good Vibrations and All Shook Up.

However after doing a little more research on this new production, I am beginning to feel a little more confident. Why you ask? Well for starters, Des McAnuff and Sergio Trujillo, the creative team between the Tony Award winning production of Jersey Boys, are taking the reins once again for The Temptations musical.

Not only that, but producing the show is Tom Hulce and Ira Pittleman, the producing team behind the 2007 Tony Award winner for Best Musical of the Year, Spring Awakening. Now can't you see why I am so excited? As of now, no on sale date for the Broadway production has been announced. Check this website for further updates. Get your tickets to see Ain't Too Proud on Broadway at the Imperial Theatre. I can't wait. Until next time theatre fans.

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Saturday, August 25, 2018

London Hit The Ferryman To Transfer To Broadway This Fall

The FerrymanExciting news theatre fans. One of London's most critically acclaimed new plays, is headed across the pond. The Ferryman, written by Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem), and directed by Academy Award winner Sam Mendes (Cabaret, American Beauty), is set to begin previews at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on October 2, with opening night scheduled for October 21. So what exactly is it all about? Well I'll tell you.

Set in Ireland in 1981, The Ferryman takes place at the Carney farmhouse, where the family of a former IRA activist have gathered for the annual harvest celebration and feast, when the festivities are suddenly halted by an unexpected visitor. Sounds like an interesting evening in the theatre to me. Tickets for the new play are now on sale. Not only that, but we are selling it. Get your tickets to see The Ferryman on Broadway at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. Until next time theatre fans.

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