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The live-action Disney film Newsies has been adapted for the stage and is filling the Nederlander Theatre stage with its cast of newsboys. The 1992 movie musical focuses on the Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City. Newsies is a great family show with lots of entertaining songs, an [ read more ]
It’s about to be a "Hard Knock Life" once again as Annie, the musical with charm, pizazz and heart returns to Broadway. Directed by Tony Award winner James Lapine, Annie offers a panoramic view of the Depression and New York City through the eyes of he world’s most famous orphan. [ read more ]
This production of Twelfth Night, done in rep with Richard III, is unique for this day and age in that all roles, as they were in Shakespeare’s time, are played by men. The production, which was first mounted in London, stars Tony Award winner Mark Rylance as the as the suddenly love-struck noblew[ read more ]
Big Fish, the story of a father who tells tale tales about his life and his son who wants to know who his dad really is, comes to Broadway as a musical. Composer/lyricist Andrew Lippa and book writer John August, who wrote the screenplay for the film Big Fish, team up with five-time Tony winning dir[ read more ]
Billy Crystal reprises his 2004 Tony winning, hit, one-man show 700 Sundays. Join one of America’s finest performers as he shares memories of growing up on Long Island. Directed by Tony winner Des McAnuff and with additional material by Alan Zweibel, 700 Sundays will engage, charm, entertain and m[ read more ]
Tennessee Williams’ poetic American classic The Glass Menagerie comes to Broadway with Cherry Jones as Amanda Wingfield, the desperate mother of Tom and Laura. In this semi-autobiographical drama, Tom Wingfield takes us back to the time when he was trying to break away from his domineering mother [ read more ]
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is back on Broadway starring Tony nominee Condola Rashad and Hollywood heartthrob Orlando Bloom. The tale told of star-crossed lovers is primary reading material for high school students and one of the most popular of Shakespeare’s plays. This moving tragedy contin[ read more ]
Patrick Stewart (Hirst) and Ian McKellen (Spooner) star in Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land. This classic Pinter play, which is set in an enigmatic world, focuses on two writers who may or may not know one another. Is their meeting an elaborate hoax, a playful charade or a terrible nightmare? The s[ read more ]
Harold Pinter’s Betrayal focuses on a husband, Robert, and wife, Emma, and their friend, Jerry, a literary agent. Betrayal, which tells its story by starting at the end and working its way towards the beginning, is an intriguing tale told through dialogue, at times sparse, silences and nuanced act[ read more ]
Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark, with music by Bono and The Edge, is a big musical. This stunning and powerful show features one of Marvel Comics most enigmatic and popular superheros: Spider-Man. The gargantuan musical offers magnificent special effects, major production numbers and mus[ read more ]
Ian McKellen (Estragon) and Patrick Stewart (Vladimir) come to Broadway in Samuel Beckett’s absurdist masterpiece Waiting for Godot. Reprising the roles they played in the sold out, critically acclaimed West End production of Godot, they are joined by Tony winners Billy Crudup (Lucky) and Schuler [ read more ]
If you’re expecting The Book of Mormon to be reverent then you’re in for a big surprise. This musical is the result of collaboration between Matt Stone and Trey Parker, who created South Park, and Robert Lopez, the co-creator of Avenue Q. With a team like that there will certainl[ read more ]
The hit 2006 indie film Once is now a hit musical featuring the music and lyrics of Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova and a book by Enda Walsh. Once won the Audience Award at Sundance and then became an indie hit. This story of two songwriters who team up to create amazing music together is n[ read more ]
Wouldn’t you love to know the Wicked Witch of the West’s backstory? And what about Glinda? How did she come to be so good? Wicked considers both of these questions and more as it reshapes our understanding of what goes down in the Wizard of Oz. This highly imaginative musical features a fine[ read more ]
How can you not love the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons? Jersey Boys, which won the 2006 Tony for Best Musical, is their story. Featuring over 30 songs that the group made famous as they went from being four guys in Jersey to international stars, this is one upbeat story. Di[ read more ]
Pippin is back on Broadway for its first major revival ever. The Stephen Schwartz musical focuses on King Charlemagne’s son Pippin and his quest to find his “corner of the sky.” Part history, part existential quest and part musical comedy, Pippin offers theatregoers razzmatazz, social commen[ read more ]
It's Harlem in the 1920s and 1930s and the setting for After Midnight (formerly known as Cotton Club Parade) is the famous Cotton Club where some of the finest music of the jazz age was born and performed. After Midnight was first performed in November 2011 and November 2012 at New York City Cent[ read more ]
With a palindrome as its name, the 1970s-80s Swedish pop group ABBA seemed to constantly have a song or two at the top of the charts. Their tunes made them internationally famous, as they became the anthem for millions who loved to dance, sing along with their music and simply have a good time. [ read more ]
For the first time ever, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella will be produced on Broadway. Playwright Douglas Carter Beane provides a new book for this rags to riches fairy tale, as Cinderella gets a “you go girl” attitude that’s just right for the new modern day setting. This will be a[ read more ]
Based on the 2005 film of the same name, the musical Kinky Boots features music and lyrics by Grammy winner Cyndi Lauper and a book by Tony winner Harvey Fierstein. Kinky Boots is the story of two people, a young man named Charlie Price who inherits a shoe factory, and a drag queen named[ read more ]
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder is a new musical comedy about a British commoner who can move up in the ranks as long as he can somehow thin those ranks. He elects to use his cunning to murder those who are in his way to his inheritance of the Earldom of Highhurst. Based on the novel Israel[ read more ]
In Richard III, Shakespeare offers us the portrait of a man who is driven beyond reason and moral conscience rule England. Richard, Duke of Gloucester, will do anything to have the crown of England placed on his head. Richard III is a story of greed, ambition and manipulation. Synopsis Richard[ read more ]
Set in the Hollywood of the 1980s, when the rock bands featured bad boys, stinging guitar riffs and hammering drums, Rock of Ages is a fast-paced, drug-laced, sex-maze of frivolity set to the hits of the time. It’s true that there is a story, but it’s fairly light, which helps to e[ read more ]
A Night with Janis Joplin comes to Broadway after numerous successful regional productions. Janis Joplin reigned as the Queen of Rock n’ Roll for three short, turbulent years and helped defined the ‘60s, create the Woodstock generation, and redefine the role of women in rock. She was controversi[ read more ]
If there’s ever a show that always seems to be ripe for a revival, it’s the musical Chicago. And why wouldn’t it be immensely popular? Along with offering audiences strikingly theatrical music and lyrics, the emotional rollercoaster, Chicago is dark, satirical and at times amaz[ read more ]
The Phantom of the Opera is filled with opera-like music, high emotions and intense surprises. It has had an amazing run on Broadway, entertaining audiences since 1988 when it won seven Tonys, including Best Musical. This is the story of a legend, the supposed Phantom who lives in the se[ read more ]
Ethan Hawke (Tony nomination in 2007 for The Coast of Utopia) will star in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Joining him as Lady Macbeth will be British actress Anne-Marie Duff. Duff will be making her Broadway debut. Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most powerful tragedies as it reveals the meteoric rise a[ read more ]
The new musical First Date comes to Broadway after a successful Off-Broadway run. This is a hilarious look at that always nerve wracking and sometimes fulfilling ritual of that initial public meeting between a man and woman. First Date is a winning musical that proves that opposites do attract. S[ read more ]
Winner of 7 Olivier Awards (more than any show in history) and of every Best Musical award in London, including the Critic’s Circle Theatre Award, Theatre Awards UK, Evening Standard Award, Whatsonstage.com Award and the Olivier Award, Matilda The Musical is due on Broadway starting April 23, 20[ read more ]
In The Snow Geese, starring Tony and Emmy winner Mary-Louise Parker, playwright Sharr White offers the portrait of an upper class family in crises. Set during World War I, The Snow Geese provides us with insights into a New York family struggling with the past, present and future. Synopsis In [ read more ]
Motown The Musical is the story of the man who created what would become one of the greatest record labels ever. Featuring a vast range of great Motown hits, this musical tells the story of Motown founder Berry Gordy as he made music history around the world. Synopsis Motown The Musi[ read more ]
With signature direction and conceptualization by Julie Taymor, The Lion King, which was based on the Academy Award winning movie of the same name, premiered on Broadway in 1998, winning six Tonys. This play is a visually rich, musically vibrant telling of the story of Simba—a young li[ read more ]
All Tickets Inc. got the news today that the all-male casts of Richard III and Twelfth Night, which features two-time Tony winner Mark Rylance as Richard and Olivia, will enjoy a run extension. The two productions, which were created by the Shakespeare’s Globe and played to critical acclaim in London, will run on Broadway through February 16, 2014. Originally, the plays were to close on February 2. But… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on December 4, 2013 @ 9:24 pm
Happy Thanksgiving from EVERYONE at All Tickets Inc. The Thanksgiving Day Parade on CBS and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC, which is in its 87th year, will both feature a boatload of entertainment, including performances by some of Broadway’s most popular musicals. Both parades focus on the Macy’s event.
The Broadway cast of Cinderella, including the amazing Laura Osnes, will be one-hand for the CBS… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on November 28, 2013 @ 4:55 am
Five-time Tony winner Julie Harris passed away August 24, 2013, at the age of 87. A memorial celebration will he held for the First Lady of the American Theatre on December 3, 2013. The memorial will be at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.
Harris set a record for 10 Tony nominations as Best Leading Actress, and along with her five Tony wins, the earned three Emmys… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on November 25, 2013 @ 2:51 pm
Broadway welcomes two dark and disturbing plays, William Shakespeare’s Macbeth and Sophie Treadwell’s Machinal. Plus, there’s news that the surviving members of Monty Python will be reuniting in London to perform some of the comedy group’s funniest and most popular comedy sketches. Will that show possible cross the pond to play in NYC?
Ethan Hawke and Anne-Marie Duff
It is opening night for the latest revival of Macbeth… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on November 21, 2013 @ 2:42 pm
All Tickets Inc. is looking forward to the Broadway premiere of the new Disney musical, Aladdin. We’re celebrating by offering extra comps to Aladdin. The musical is coming to Broadway this spring and is scheduled to start previews on February 26, 2014 and to open March 28, 2014.
Your group can get free tickets by booking through any group ticket service, BUT, you can… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on November 19, 2013 @ 12:44 pm
One of the biggest stars around, Billy Crystal, opens tonight on Broadway in his Tony winning show 700 Sundays. The one-man performance is a labor of love for Crystal, who recounts the events and people that shaped him. The title comes directly from an event that had a huge impact on the comedian/actor- the death of his father. Crystal’s father worked two or three jobs at… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on November 14, 2013 @ 1:07 pm
What do Broadway stars Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart have in common with Sesame Street’s Elmo? Believe or not, it’s Waiting for Godot! That’s right. Mckellen and Stewart donned their Absurdist togs and had a photo op in Times Square with one of the most lovable read heads in the business, Elmo.
Waiting for Elmo
It was on Monsterpiece theatre, hosted by Cookie Monster, that Sesame Street offered… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on November 12, 2013 @ 5:10 pm
The end of October sees various shows running strong. All Tickets looks at the hottest tickets on Broadway. Here’s what’s selling strong.
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The Book of Mormon, the irreverent musical about two Mormon missionaries who travel to Africa, is the toughest ticket to get on Broadway. The Book of Mormon is hilarious and a true treat that will have you rolling in the aisles. It’s selling… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on November 7, 2013 @ 3:32 pm
This month All Tickets’ Buzz Blog has a lot of information for groups looking for discount Broadway tickets to holiday musicals and shows, big box office shows, and more great information that can connect you with quality NYC experiences while helping you save money.
We’ll be featuring various shows, including the latest openings, longest runs, and newest hits. Find out about the Broadway group discount experience… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on November 4, 2013 @ 8:06 am
The Broadway group sales agents can get you great seats to any Broadway show at a group discount rate. They can also arrange for your group to enjoys any of the innumerable unique experiences and events that NYC has to offer, including museums, attractions, tours, historic sites, and more. Although it is always wonderful to do something new, have you considered going back to a see a musical… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on October 31, 2013 @ 12:05 pm
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Along with deep discounts on… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on October 28, 2013 @ 5:22 pm
Just about the time that spring training will start, the Bronx Bombers will premiere on Broadway. The new baseball play, which focuses on Yankee greats and looks inside their lives and personalities, is the creation of Eric Simonson (playwright) and Fran Kirmser (director). They are the same team that brought Lombardi to Broadway and Magic/Bird. With The Bronx Bombers the team looks at what is the… Continue readingWritten by Paul Mroczka on October 24, 2013 @ 9:17 pm
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