Broadway Week is the best way to save money on Broadway shows in New York City, and the fall dates reveal that the savings last two weeks, not just one! Broadway Week is everyone’s big break into showbiz—two-for-one tickets to 19 popular Broadway productions from September 2 to 15.
New this season, American Express will provide behind-the-scenes looks at theater professionals who produce and manage the sound, stage and casts of Broadway shows.
New Broadway Week participants this fall include the Tony Award-winning shows “The Trip to Bountiful” and “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella” as well as the highly anticipated productions of “Big Fish” and “Romeo and Juliet.”
Learn more about the shows participating in Broadway Week, below. Buy tickets beginning August 19, 2013, through nycgo.com, the official tourism office of NYC tourism. The site includes information on blackout dates, upgrades and exceptions for each show.
Based upon the real-life 'Newsboy Strike of 1899,' this high-energy, crowd-pleasing new musical from Disney tells the story of a band of teenaged newspaper boys who become unlikely heroes when they courageously take on the biggest names in publishing.
Andrew Lloyd Weber's classic musical tells the story of a deformed man who reaches out to a beautiful young starlet through song. Winner of seven 1988 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Playing on Thanksgiving!
Based on the novel by Daniel Wallace and the Columbia Pictures film directed by Tim Burton, "Big Fish" centers on a traveling salesman who lives life to its fullest. Edward's larger-than-life stories thrill everyone around him. But his son Will, about to have a child of his own, is determined to find the truth behind his father’s epic tales.
"First Date" is Broadway's new musical comedy about the most dangerous human endeavor in existence, the dreaded blind date. When tightly-wound Aaron is set up with cool girl Casey, a quick drink turns into a hilarious dinner served with sides of Google background checks, fake emergency phone calls, a slew of bad boy and uptown girl exes, and some seriously saucy chemistry.
In this 1980s arena rock, hair metal musical, a small town girl meets a big city rocker in a famous Sunset Strip rock club. Their love story unfolds to the music of Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, Poison, Foreigner and many others.
The most famous love story ever told returns to Broadway for the first time in 36 years in a stunning modern production from five-time Tony nominee David Leveaux. Jealousy. Prejudice. Betrayal. And the chance that true love can actually conquer all. That's "Romeo and Juliet".
Break out your best ball gown for 'Cinderella' on Broadway! Acclaimed writer Douglas Carter Beane's romantic and hilarious take on the ultimate makeover story features all the classic elements you remember, plus surprising new twists! William Ivey Long won the 2013 Tony Award for best costume design.
'The Glass Menagerie' is Tennessee William’s poetic masterpiece, anchored by the aging southern belle Amanda Wingfield, who hopes for her son Tom to fulfill her dreams of finding the perfect “gentleman caller” for her shy and damaged daughter Laura.
Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice's award-winning Broadway musical tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons through the groups' hits, including 'Sherry,' 'Big Girls Don't Cry' and 'My Eyes Adored You.'
The life of bullied, science-geek teenager Peter Parker is turned upside-down when he's bitten by a genetically altered spider. Suddenly endowed with incredible powers, he soon learns that with great power comes great responsibility, and he must fight as villains who both his physical strength and strength of character to the test.
An inspiring American classic, "The Trip to Bountiful," tells the story of Carrie Watts, an elderly woman who dreams of returning to her small hometown of Bountiful, Texas one last time, against the wishes of her overprotective son and domineering daughter-in-law. Cicely Tyson won the 2013 Tony Award for her role.
Based on the music of ABBA, this musical follows a daughter and mother during wedding preparations on a Greek isle. The bride to be wants to know who her father is, and the mother desperately wants to forget.