Broadway is the bright beating heart of the NYC’s performing arts scene. No visit to the City is complete without experiencing the rousing entertainment available in Midtown Manhattan’s Theatre District, where dozens of historic venues stage bold new musicals, long-running hits and fascinating dramas every night of the week.Browse all shows
Here’s what you can’t miss on the Great White Way this season.
The famed singer and newly minted Broadway star discusses his love of the theater—and NYC.
Don't miss NYC megahits like Chicago, The Book of Mormon and Wicked on Broadway.
This quintessential Broadway experience features show-stopping tunes, slinky dancing and a story that revolves around murder, heartache, betrayal, revenge, friendship, fame and all that jazz. You won’t be disappointed by this Tony Award-winning show, which spawned the hit movie.
More than 85 million people around the world have come to discover the thrill, the majesty, the truly one-of-a-kind musical that is The Lion King. And there's no better place to experience this landmark entertainment event than in the city where it all began. Visit the Minskoff Theatre, in the heart of Times Square, and discover the pride of New York.
The In Transit and American Idol star talks Broadway, subways and how true New Yorkers walk.
We caught up with Groban to talk about why The Great Comet is his dream role, what audiences should expect from the show and what he loves about New York City.
Check out the new shows coming to Broadway Week.
Immerse yourself in the world of NYC theater with these interactive shows.
The new Broadway comedy is fast-paced, funny and edgy while still crowd-pleasing.
Find out the best things about the latest revival of the classic musical.
On Broadway, nothing lasts forever...so make sure to check out these current shows before they close.
Here's what's hot and happening on the Great White Way.
Hamilton comes out victorious on Broadway’s biggest night.
Head uptown to see the real-life spots where the founding father left his mark long before the Broadway show.