It’s Now Or Never

It’s a new year and a lot of great Broadway shows will soon be closing their doors to make way for a brand new, highly anticipated season. The ones mentioned below are definitely worth a look. Make sure to see them before it’s too late! Also, check out my tips and tricks to see how you can get the best ticket prices to see them all!

 

Side Show
Closing January 4 at the St. James Theatre
The song may be called “I Will Never Leave You,” but this show will leave all of us soon. Go see the freaks and learn about the lives of Daisy and Violet. This show is a combination of an amazing story and a stunning production. Go see it before they leave!

 

Cinderella
Closing January 3 at the Broadway Theatre
Staring Keke Palmer as Ella, and Real Housewives’ Nene Leakes as Madame. It’s almost midnight for this magical show and the ball is coming to an end. Hop on your pumpkin and go see it before it’s too late!

 

Once
Closing January 4 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
The Tony Award winning Best Musical is “Falling Slowly” off Broadway. It’s a romantic story about a guy and girl and the music can only be described as great! You definitely don’t want to miss out.

 

Pippin
Closing January 4 at the Music Box Theatre
There’s ”Magic to Do,” and you don’t want to miss out on your last chance to see this fantastic run! Watch Pippin discover himself with the help of his acrobat and circus friends as he “Finds his Corner in the Sky.”

 

Motown the Musical
Closing January 18 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
I heard it through the grape vine that Motown is closing, and it’s a shame that it is. Watch as the great music of Berry Gordy launches the the careers of so many talented people such as Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, and Marvin Gaye… to name a few. It’s like going to a 1960’s concert, you will enjoy every second.

 

Rock of Ages
Closing January 18 at the Helen Hayes Theatre
The most fun you can have on Broadway is Rock of Ages, a jukebox musical that combines classic rock from the 1980s with a simple but heartfelt love story. Go see it fast and rock on!

 

There are many ways to get affordable tickets to current Broadway shows.

  • Students can purchase through the Tix4Students website
  • With the TodayTix App, you can get $20 off your first order by using the code IFOTA
  • Sign up for Play-by-Play! They are a seat filler company that offers free tickets to a wide variety of shows. Mention that Joy Rosenthal sent you.
2016-10-13T16:26:59+00:00 December 24th, 2014|Broadway, Reviews|0 Comments