Broadway consists of the 40 professional theaters scattered across New York City’s Theatre District, including the Ambassador, Imperial, Majestic, and Shubert Theatres, among others. Collectively, the theaters are quoted to bring in over $900 million dollars a year. Theatre in New York got its foot-hold during the mid-to-late 1700s, at which time The Park, The Bowery, and The Astor Place Theatres were established. Originally focusing on the works of Shakespeare, Broadway moved in the musical direction during the mid-1800s with productions of “The Black Crook,” and the Gilbert and Sullivan “H.M.S. Pinafore,” among others. Actors on Broadway make a big distinction between their profession on what they call the “legitimate stage,” and other more variety oriented acts like vaudeville and burlesque.
Current masterpieces to hit Broadway for the 2009-2010 season include “Chicago,” “South Pacific,” “Wicked,” “Hair,” “Phantom of the Opera,” “The Lion King,” and “Jersey Boys,” to name a few.
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The MLB’s highly-acclaimed New York Yankees announced a partnership with the ticket provider Broadway Inbound this week in an attempt to grow their presence in the world of travel agents and tourism. Now, home game tickets will be available through the Shubert Organization-owned company Broadway Inbound, which works with... Read more
Actor and musician Harry Connick Jr. will return to the Great White Way next year for True Love: A Celebration of Cole Porter. Connick Jr. will head to the stage for a three-week limited engagement to celebrate the work of legendary songwriter Cole Porter. He came up with the... Read more
The highly-acclaimed Broadway show Beetlejuice has announced its final show on the Great White Way next year. Since its opening, the show, which is based on Tim Burton’s 1988 film, has been a smash-hit – even breaking the Winter Garden Theatre Box Office Record for performances during the week... Read more
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The Philadelphia 76ers tickets are in high demand this season, following the team’s 100th consecutive sellout game. The 76ers, which just six years ago were at the bottom of the NBA’s attendance ranking, are now back on top. The team recently reported their 100th consecutive sellout game before beating... Read more
EDM artist Excision and pop band Maroon 5 are some of the artists releasing tickets to live shows on Tuesday. Excision’s Hampton, Chicago and Broomfield shows will go on general sale. The DJ is teasing his newest live show The Evolution, which will tour the US from February through... Read more
Three people were wounded during a shooting outside a downtown concert venue in Salt Lake City, Utah over the weekend. According to the Associated Press, three people were shot while exiting The Complex after seeing the rap group Shoreline Mafia on Friday night. Lt. Carlos Valencia said the two... Read more
Virtual concerts are becoming more and more prevalent in the music scene, and now, the entertainment technology company Wave is introducing the world’s first multi-channel virtual entertainment platform for live concerts. The new platform uses live broadcast technology that allows artists to perform live for their fans around the... Read more
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