New World Stages
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Gazillion Bubble Show is an “unbubblelievable” interactive stage production, the first and only of its kind, complete with fantastic light effects, lasers and jaw-dropping masterpieces of bubble artistry.
Written by Warren Manzi and directed by Jeffrey Hyatt, this production is the longest-running non-musical play in the history of Off-Broadway. Set in a Connecticut town, it is a sexy, funny mystery thriller about a beautiful and brilliant psychiatrist who is accused of killing her wealthy British husband. With more than 10,000 performances since its 1987 debut, it’s still going strong; you can enjoy it today at the Snapple Theater.
You can take the whole family to see this heartwarming musical, which debuted on the New York stage back in 1960 and still hits all the right notes with its pretty music, intimate staging and classic love-will-conquer-all plot (boy meets girl, parents meddle, boy and girl reunite).
Naughty sums up this musical comedy that turns the niceness of Sesame Street on its head. Set on a fictitious, seedy street in New York's East Village, the show co-stars puppets and humans, who share the stage to belt out saucy tunes about adult topics like Internet porn, race, drugs, therapy and ambition. A raucous alternative to more earnest Broadway offerings, this quirky satire with infectious music will have you blushing and roaring with laughter.