Category Archives: Theatre
The actress and former Olympic gymnast Cathy Rigby, will be reprising her signature role in a new production of Peter Pan this holiday season at The Theater At Madison Square Garden. Discover the magic of this two-time Emmy® award winning and two-time Tony award nominated production when it comes New York City.
The Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn became the first New York City movie theater to serve alcohol inside the actual theater. The cinema, which shows mainstream and independent films has two bars and a full-service restaurant with a menu created by Michelin star chef, Saul Bolton.
The Holiday season is not too far away and tickets for The Rockettes “Magical Journey” are on sale now. The Rockettes have been a tradition in New York City around the Christmas season for 79 years. Known world wide for their eye-high leg kick in perfect unison, glamor, and dance skills, the Rockettes are highly regarded icons and a national treasure. The Christmas Spectacular is a show that is seen by more than 2 million people each year.
A one-man theater piece entitled, “The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs” will be performed by Mike Daisey at the The Public Theater with previews starting on Oct. 11, with an opening set for Oct. 17. Daisey is a stage performer that has toured the country with his monologue shows.
Off-Broadway week will be starting today and will continue until October 9. 2 for the price of 1 tickets are on sale now. Some of the shows that you can see are; Avenue Q, Blue Man Group, Channeling Kevin Spacey, Freud’s Last Session, Fuerza Bruta, Naked Boys Singing!, STOMP, Voca People, and The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith and more!
Get full information about Off-Broadway Week at the City’s official guide: nycgo.com/off-broadwayweek
Broadway week will be coming up on September 18-30 and 2 for the price of 1 tickets will be on sale September 5. Some of the shows that you can see are; Billy Elliot the Musical, Chicago, Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!, Memphis, The Mountaintop, The Phantom of the Opera, Rock of Ages, Sister Act and more!
Get full information about Broadway Week at the City’s official guide: nycgo.com/broadwayweek
If you haven’t had a chance to see Brooke Shields in Broadway’s “The Addams Family”, you now how more time to catch her in this great show. Shields who play’s Morticia has decided to extend her run till December 31st. This show is a lot of fun and Brook Shields really delivers.
If you are a fan of the theater and Hollywood actors who are truly great at what they do, you wont want to miss Samuel Jackson and Angela Bassett on Broadway. They will be performing in a Olivier Award-winning new play The Mountaintop for 16 weeks only. The play opens on October 13th and tickets are currently on sale.