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Broadway is the longest street in New York City. It cuts diagonally from east to west breaking the New York grid. It runs the full length of the island more than 13 miles and continues north through the borough of the Bronx up to West...More
You would think 🤔 that all the Theaters are on Broadway, on lunch a couple; the others technically are off or further west. Long time ago, long ago many where.
Broadway is the equivalent of Nain Street. It tranverse Manhattan from the West (in upper...More
My second time for this play. Most outstanding animation and staging ever! Whatever play you thought was very good in animation, well this one is beyond belief and well worth seeing for that aspect alone. But it also features a wonderful actors (especially the talented...More
What a great show , it will have you singing all the way home! Featuring 3 very talented women who portray Donna at different stages in her life, the show covers so many of her most famous songs.
All 3 have beautiful voices and do...More
Do yourself a favor and just go see the Lion King.
If you are like me and grew up with this movie
then you need to see this interpretation of its story. From the costumes to the performers it’s truly a masterpiece.
We walked and walked.Normally my husband uses his phone as a 'google map', but couldn't get a signal so we used the street numbers and signs to get our way around.Yes we got lost and probably went full circle a few times,but hey! We were...More
It's Broadway! It's New York City! It's must see! Very safe and family friendly. Great venues and great food. Very close to Central Park and easy subway access from airports or to other areas of the city. Can't wait to get back.
This was my first year seeing a show on Broadway. And I have now seen four. I will warn you it becomes totally addictive. I love getting to stay after the show and meet the actors and actresses that come out and sign your playbills...More