New York Theater
The Killing Kompany - Mystery Dinner Theatre Shows - NEW
Interactive murder mystery dinner shows and
other events for public and private affairs where professional Broadway, TV and film actors are seated among you and where you can be made part of the show!
Lion King Broadway Tickets
Premium theater and Broadway tickets to Wicked, Lion King, The Producers, and most other shows.
American Globe Theatre - New York
Now in its' 16th year, is the longest running off-off Broadway theatre in midtown Manhattan. Hailed by OOBR as "one of the most dynamic Shakespeare companies for over a decade", American Globe is dedicated to presenting innovative prodcutions of quality, classical theatre.
Located in the Church of St.Mary the Virgin, in the heart of Times Square. 145 West 46 Street. 212-869-9809
New York Theatre - Off Broadway Online
Presented by the Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./New York),
this is New York City's Off Broadway Theatre community web site that
centralizes information about Off Broadway companies onto one easy-to-use website.
Comic Strip Live
“Laughter is the best medicine” has been the credo at Comic Strip Live for the
past 28 years," says owner and founder John McGowan.
Though an evening of stand-up comedy might not be in a visitor's initial travel plans, a night of entertainment at Comic Strip Live is a good idea for anyone. Shows are held 7 nights a week, with 3 separate shows on Friday and Saturday nights. From Sunday through Thursday, the shows run throughout the evening, and it's on these nights that there's a better chance to catch a surprise set from one of Comic Strip Live's well known graduates. Among those who are known to drop in are Eddie Murphy, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Adam Sandler, Ray Romano, Caroline Rhea and many others. There's no doubt that Comic Strip Live's shows are among the best in the city.
1568 Second Ave • Tel 212.861.9386
Long Island’s only
professional musical theatre offering six musicals between May – September. Call for group discounts. Birthday parties, corporate gatherings and fundraising events welcome.
215 S Country Rd • Bellport • Tel 631.286.1133
New York Theatre Wire
The New York Theatre Wire is an excellent online resource for reviews of various productions on New York City stages. Dramatic theatre, dance productions, literature, performance art as well as both live and recorded music are all subjects of critique.
Susan Granger is a respected entertainment critic as well as a sought after events speaker. Her site contains reviews of current live productions both on and off Broadway. Reviews are also available for current movies and releases on video and dvd.
Radio City Music Hall
Located at the Rockefeller Center. The landmark theater can be visited for it's history, architecture, and for performances currently running. And don't forget about the Rockettes!
1260 Sixth Avenue • Tel 212.247.4777 • http://www.radiocity.com
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Located at Broadway and Columbus Avenue. Home to the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, the New York Ballet and many other performing companies.
66th and Broadway • Tel 212.546.2656 • http://www.lincolncenter.org
New Amsterdam Theatre
Restored in recent years by the Disney Corporation, the New Amsterdam Theatre is now a beautiful Broadway venue.
The lobby and the seating have been revamped so that the entire theatre experience is colorful and comfortable. Most of the productions are fun for the whole family which falls in with the Disney theme.
214 W 42nd St • Tel 212.282.2900
St. James Theatre
Classic Musicals have been staged at the St. James
Theatre since the 1920s. Many stage stars of the past, present, and future have graced the St. James Theatre stage.
246 West 44th Street • Tel 212.239.6200
Winter Garden Theater
The Winter Garden Theater has a storied 90 year history.
Cats, the longest running show in Broadway history, played at the Winter Garden Theater.
1634 Broadway • Tel 212.239.6200
Kit Kat Club
The Kit Kat Club has been both a theater and a nightclub throughout its history.
Now the Kit Kat Club is both. When the performance ends the drinking and socializing continues. Actors and other celebrities are frequent patrons of the Kit Kat Club.
124 West 43rd Street • Tel 212.819.0377
Ford Center for the Perfoming Arts
This large, recently-built theater may strike some
purists as over commercialized, but money from the Ford Motor Company and other sponsors has resulted in a comfortable theater with great sound and sightlines. With both balconies open the Ford Center seats over 1,800 theater goers.
213 West 42nd Street • Tel 212.307.4100