Broadway Musicals

Broadwaymusicals.us is the guide to Broadway musicals and shows in NYC, as well as for shows on tour across North America. The most complete information about Broadway musicals and off-Broadway shows that are currently playing in New York City. Get tickets from the official ticket seller and enjoy your show worry-free! 100% Guaranteed Tickets For All Upcoming Shows at the Lowest Price.

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Broadway Tickets

What’s playing on Broadway?
BroadwayMusicals.us is the Broadway League’s online headquarters for Broadway information in NYC, as well as for shows on tour across North America. Get show tickets at all price points to current and upcoming shows direct from the theatres’ ticketing offices and online. 100% Guaranteed Tickets For All Upcoming Shows at the Lowest Price.

If you want to play it safe but still have a great time, you can choose one of Broadway’s most popular productions. These shows have received glowing reviews from theater critics and won Tony Awards for their creativity and brilliance. They are some of the best Broadway shows and they’re well worth a visit. Find the list of Broadway performances, show tickets, and information you need for your next trip to New York’s theatre district.

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Los Angeles has Hollywood and New York has Broadway. A visit to neither town would be complete without a visit to its most glamorous and fun parts. Unfortunately, while taking in the best of Hollywood costs little, a hit Broadway show can cost as much as $150.? Luckily, you don’t always need to pay full retail for the show of your choice. Once you’ve tried TKTS, Stubhub, and other low-hanging fruit, you can try these hacks.

Promo codes are easy to find

When you use promo codes on Stubhub or Vividseats, you can easily get half off your ticket. Surprisingly, you don’t need to scour coupon code websites for them — they are readily available on major outlets that sell discounted seats to Broadway plays such as BroadwayBox, and New York Show Tickets. Usually, you don’t need to make a purchase to access these codes — you only need to sign up for free. New York Show Tickets does require a $4 fee, though.? Once you’re in, they let you access their lists of promo codes for various shows — even new hit productions. To save even more, you can use these codes directly at the box office. This way, you won’t need to pay the service fee that outlets like Vividseats charge.

Buy an onstage seat


Many popular Broadway musicals and plays offer a special kind of seating — onstage seating. These tickets sell at half of what premium tickets do, for regular seating. If you’re wondering why these tickets should be cheaper, you only have to imagine the view when you sit in the wings — you don’t see the actors’ faces full-on. Instead, you get a side view of everything. Nevertheless, you do get a very close view that should make up for much of what you lose in other ways.

Buy a standing-room-only ticket

Many hit shows on Broadway offer standing-room-only ticketing for their sold-out shows. You get to buy these at the box office on the day of the show, for no more than $20 per person. To know which shows allow standing audiences, you should visit Broadway websites such as Stubhub.

Join the Theater Development Fund

The Theater Development Fund is the nonprofit that runs Stubhub, booths around New York. When you sign up for a $30 membership, you usually get half off advance tickets. You’ll make back the membership fee with the discount on your first ticket.

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Play the ticket lottery

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Many Broadway shows hold ticket lotteries several times each day. You’ll need to try the website of the specific show that you wish to see, to check if they have lotteries. If you win, you get prime seats for under $40.

See if it’s Broadway Week If you’re in New York in January or September, you may be able to take advantage of Broadway Week — when you get 2 tickets for the price of one. You simply need to look up Broadway Week on NYCGo (the official New York City tourism page) to see if there’s anything available.


Volunteer at a Broadway theater


Many Broadway theaters offer something called volunteer ushering. If you’re interested, you can call up the theater and ask if they are hiring. You’ll need to go through an hour’s training before the show and then get into character showing patrons to their seats. Once your ushering duties are done, you’re free to see the show at no charge.

You might not actually need to go to Broadway If you love Broadway, you may not have to actually visit New York and pay for an expensive ticket. Many Broadway shows tour the country. While you’ll see the same show by the same actors, you’ll only pay around a third of the price that you would

Get the great seats at the best prices


It’s easy for theatergoers to get the best seats at the best prices from official sources (BroadwayMusicals.us). Great seats are available at every price point, from premium tickets to student rush tickets, and are easy to buy online, or in-person at theater box offices.

Broadway Theaters

Broadway is arguably the most famous and prestigious theater district in the world. Compiling forty different theaters in New York City, tourists and New Yorkers alike flood to Broadway shows that range from musical comedies to bleak existential dramas. Unknown actors have made their names on Broadway, and now some of the biggest stars in the world line up to star in Broadway productions, including Meryl Streep, Hugh Jackman, Al Pacino, and Julia Roberts.

Although the first theaters opened in this area in 1750 and entertainment ranging from musicals to Shakespeare was provided there up until the end of the nineteenth century, it wasn’t Broadway as we know it now. In the 1920s and 1930s, theaters began to be built around Times Square, joining the theaters which already existed near Union Square and Madison Square. Society in New York began to develop: wages rose, transportation improved, and culture began to evolve as people had more money in their pockets for the finer things in life. Operettas were popular, and at the beginning of the twentieth century, they were joined by plays by PG Wodehouse and Guy Bolton.



History

In the 1920s, a turning point took place. With the colossal success of the musical Show Boat combined with the popularity of American playwrights like Eugene O’Neill, Broadway began to make a bigger name for itself. O’Neill was joined by Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, and Elmer Rice, as elsewhere tunes by George Gershwin and Cole Porter drew huge crowds. Stars like Gielgud and Robeson made their Broadway debuts, and audiences responded rapturously.

Throughout the twentieth century, Broadway hit its golden age. The Tony Awards were established in 1947, and musicals like Oklahoma! (1947), The Phantom Of The Opera (1988) and Cats (1982) began historically long runs that drew tourists from all over the globe. These days, Broadway is still the most talked-about theater district in the world. With musicals like Wicked drawing thousands of people per week, the runaway success of Hamilton, and high-profile play transfers like Angels In America, Broadway has a one-in-a-million reputation for being inclusive, extravagant, glorious, and beautiful. It’s rich with culture and art, and one of New York City’s most important institutions.