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Everyone Loves a Good Place to Eat

Everyone Loves a Good Place to Eat
The title says it all, food can make or break a visit into the city. Whether you are a New Yorker who doesn’t feel like cooking or visiting the cit...

The Death of One of the Greats

The Death of One of the Greats
An American playwright, screenwriter, and author who wrote over 30 plays turning many of them into screenplays himself can only be the description ...

New Additions to the Theatre District

New Additions to the Theatre District
Besides attending any of the fabulous Broadway production whose marquees light up the streets of midtown, there are countless other things to do in...

Tony Award Winner Ben Platt Loves Our Board Game!

Tony Award Winner Ben Platt Loves Our Board Game!
Tony Award winner Ben Platt (Dear Evan Hansen) loves our Be A Broadway Star board game! In fact, the Tony winner snapped a pic of him playing the g...

Stage to Screen

Stage to Screen
If you want a musical experience but can’t make it to a Broadway Theatre there are tons of musicals that have been adapted from the stage to screen...

Theatre Ghosts

Theatre Ghosts
Broadway has its fair share of superstitions. You aren't supposed to whistle or say the name Macbeth in a theatre but perhaps the most superstitiou...

Tips and Tricks for a new Broadway Fan

Tips and Tricks for a new Broadway Fan
New to Broadway and just can't get enough? Here are some of the greatest places online for a new Broadway fan to check out! Playbill: Not only a g...

This week on Broadway

This week on Broadway
Here are the latest headlines from Broadway this week! Nicolette Robinson making her Broadway debut as Jenna in Waitress.  Hamilton creators to...

Spotlight on: Julie Andrews

Spotlight on: Julie Andrews
Named as one of the 100 greatest Britons in 2002, Julie Andrews has had a long and successful career on stage as well as in film. Beginning her car...

Tips and Tricks: Activities for Broadway fans.

Tips and Tricks: Activities for Broadway fans.
New York is home to world famous tourist stops like the Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower and, of course, Broadway. There is a lot more to do in the...

History of the Belasco Theatre

History of the Belasco Theatre
Upon its opening in 1907, the Belasco Theatre was known as the Stuyvesant Theatre, designed by architect George Keister. There was a ten-room duple...

Tips and Tricks: Online shopping for Broadway Lovers

Tips and Tricks: Online shopping for Broadway Lovers
Whether you are wanting to expand your own theatre collection or you are looking for a present for your theater-loving friend here are some places ...