With over 32 million specimens and artifacts, the American Museum of Natural History offers groups a rich array of exhibitions, events, and collections. Be amazed by Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs, get up close to man eaters with their 3-D film Great White Shark, and partake of their special exhibit Spiders Alive, featuring live spiders, large-than-life models, fossils and more! The American Museum of Natural History is the highlight of any school or educational trip!
Anyone who is anyone has been captured in wax and is on display atMadame Tussauds New York. Hangout with your favorite rock or movie stars, star in a classic scene with E.T., and engage in the Marvel Super Heroes 4D Experience testing your powers against the Hulk, Spider-Man and many other magnificent Marvel creations. Madame Tussauds New York is the only place where you can have your picture taken with The Beatles, the President of the U.S., and James Dean!
The Rose Center for Earth and Space features exhibits devoted to the awe-inspiring cosmos and the ever-changing earth. Take a stroll along the Cosmic Pathway and learn about the 13-billion-year history of the universe, tour the entire universe in the 429-seat Space Theater of theHayden Planetarium, the most technologically advanced showplace on earth, and learn everything about stars, planets, galaxies, and the universe by visiting the Hall of the Universe. The Rose Center for Earth and Space is truly an awe-inspiring experience.
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This riotous classic American comedy about the possible marriage joining the carefree and happy Sycamore family and the stuffy and burdened Kirby clan stars one the greatest Broadway actors of all-time, Tony-winner James Earl Jones.
Jones, who plays Martin Vanderhof, heads a cast of Tony winners and nominees, which includes Tony-winner Elizabeth Ashley, who plays The Grand Duchess Olga, and Tony nominees Annaleigh Ashford and Kristine Nielsen. You Can’t Take It With You by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart won the Pulitzer Prize in 1937. The show previews August 26, 2014, and opens September 28th.
In 1967, Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance won the playwright his first of three Pulitzer Prizes and helped to solidify his reputation as one of America’s preeminent dramatists.
Tony-winners John Lithgow and Glenn Close headline a stellar cast in Albee’s family drama about upper-middle class fear, fatigue, and uncertainty. What it that anxiety that seems to permeate the lives of Tobias, Agnes and their family and friends? A Delicate Balance previews October 20, 2014, and opens November 20th.
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