Best Cities for Broadway
While New York City will always be *the* place for Broadway, thanks to national touring productions, theater fans across the country can get a taste of the "Great White Way" throughout the year. Check out our list of the 20 best cities for Broadway lovers according to number of theater shows in 2016 and overall median ticket price.
For the first time in 16 years, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats will return to Broadway in 2016. The new production is set to begin previews at the Neil Simon Theatre on July 14, with an official opening date of Aug. 2.
Cats Broadway’s original director, Trevor Nunn, is already on board to return at the helm of the new production. As of Jan. 21 a full cast for the Cats revival … more
Richard Rodgers Theatre Seating Chart
New York’s Richard Rodgers Theatre opened in 1928, and the Broadway landmark has been a leading destination for the country’s best live theater from the beginning. From Guys and Dolls to Chicago to Hamilton, Richard Rodgers Theatre continues to maintain a reputation for excellence in entertainment.
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Eugene ONeill Theatre Seating Chart
The Eugene O’Neill Theatre opened on Broadway in the 1920s and has since become one of the most popular venues at which to catch world-class theater in New York. In the past, this theater has been the site of Broadway hits like Spring Awakening, Annie, and Sweeney Todd. Since 2011 the Eugene O’Neill Theatre has been playing host to the Tony-winning production of The Book of M… more
Waitress on Broadway
The stage adaptation of Adrienne Shelly’s beloved 2007 film Waitress will make its Broadway debut in March 2016. The musical is poised to be a hit, thanks in large part to both a celebrated cast and music by GRAMMY nominee Sara Bareilles.
Although fans will need to wait a few months to catch live performances of Waitress at New York’s Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Bareilles rel… more