Broadway Week New York City 2014
From September 1-14,  you can celebrate Broadway Week in New York City with 2-for-1 ticket deals to some of the most popular productions and shows.

The offer is simple: Buy a minimum of two tickets and get 50% off each.

If you want to take advantage of the offer but aren’t sure what show to see, here are nine that Team SocialSign.in can recommend from our own personal experience…working in Times Square has its benefits.

 

Cabaret Broadway NYCWhere: Studio 54 on 254 W. 54th St. (bet. Seventh and Eighth Aves.)
Why: The Broadway debut of Michelle Williams (Shutter Island, My Week With Marilyn, Brokeback Mountain), who performs alongside show veteran and Tony award winner Alan Cumming.

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Cinderella BroadwayWhere: The Broadway Theatre on 1681 Broadway (at W. 53rd St.)
Why: It’s the first time ever that Cinderella has been on Broadway, and it’s off to a great start.  With 93 reviews on Yelp to date, it’s averaging 4.5/5 stars, making it the perfect family friendly show that your kids will enjoy as much as you do.

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Mamma Mia BroadwayWhere: Broadhurst Theatre on 235 W. 44th St. (between Broadway and Eighth Ave.)
Why: With over 5,000 performances, it’s the 9th longest running Broadway show ever, and for good reason.  The musical features the greatest hits of ABBA and it’s virtually impossible not to sing along during the show and leave with a smile across your face.  It’s an oldie, but a goodie, so if you haven’t seen it yet this is a perfect opportunity.

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Matilda The MusicalWhere: Shubert Theatre on 225 W. 44th St. (bet. Broadway and Eighth Ave.)
Why: It was the most award winning musical in London, ever, and the show recently made its Broadway debut.  It’s an awesome tale of empowerment and a great fit for children, even if they haven’t seen the movie.  Here’s a glowing review from The New York Times that may help convince you.

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Once The Musical Broadway

Where: Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on 242 W. 45th St. (bet. Broadway and Eighth Ave.)
Why: It’s a story about love and music, set in Dublin, that debuted on the silver screen as an Academy Award winning motion picture in 2006.  Since being adapted for Broadway, the show and fantastic irish folk soundtrack have added Tony, Grammy and Olivier awards to their collection.  In 2012, the musical was nominated for 12 Tony awards and won 8, which is a conversion rate anyone would be impressed with.

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Phantom of the OperaWhere: Majestic Theatre on 247 W. 44th St. (bet. Seventh and Eighth Aves.)
Why: It’s the longest running show in Broadway history, with over 11,000 performances.  Debuting in 1988, it won 7 Tony Awards that year, including Best Musical, cementing Andrew Lloyd Weber as one of the most successful and influential composers of all time.  Today, the show is still going strong, amassing over $5.6 billion dollars in worldwide ticket sales, having been seen by over 130 million people.  Now is a good time to join the majority and see the story unfold on stage.

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pippin broadway posterWhere: Music Box Theatre on 239 W. 45th St. (bet. Seventh and Eighth Aves.)
Why: The 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Musical Revival, Pippin has returned to Broadway after a 40 year vacation to dazzle audiences with its unique combination of music and aerial acrobatics.  From September 2-24, Tony winner Andrea Martin will return to the cast as Berthe, making this deal even sweeter.

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This Is Our Youth BroadwayWhere: Cort Theatre on 138 W. 48th St. (bet. Sixth and Seventh Aves.)
Why: Michael Cera (Superbad, Arrested Development, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) and Keiran Culkin (Home Alone, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) star in a dramatic comedy about being young and living in New York during 1982.  The show is new (debuted in August) and scored by Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend, so it’s a perfect re-introduction to Broadway for any hip 20-something who hasn’t been to the theatre in a while.  Whether you go with a date or a friend, it’s definitely worth going for Michael Cera alone.

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You Can't Take It With YouWhere: Longacre Theatre on 220 W. 48th St. (bet. Broadway and Eighth Ave.)
Why: You may know James Earl Jones as Darth Vader, Mufasa or another of his 150+ film roles, but he’s actually a Broadway veteran with two Tony awards to his name.  This show just started two weeks ago, and also features Rose Byrne (Neighbors, Bridesmaids), so you can expect to see some familiar faces on stage.  Chances are you didn’t see it when if first debuted in 1936, so don’t miss this opportunity for discounted tickets to one of the seasons hottest shows.

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All of these theatres offer free WiFi, so if you go to the show, let us know!  Tweet @SocialSignIn to let us know what you think during the intermission or after the performance, or comment on this post.  

 

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