Posts Tagged ‘Broadway’

Chicago and All That Jazz

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

One of Broadway’s most popular and thrilling smash-hit musicals, CHICAGO is a winner of six Tony Awards and is sure to seduce you with a sexy, scandalous tale of murder, show biz, and all that jazz!

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CHICAGO features some of Broadway’s best dancing – a gorgeous ensemble performing sizzling numbers, choreographed in the style of Bob Fosse.

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The murderous media darlings Foxy Roxie Hart and the notorious Velma Kelly are full of all kinds of mischief, and desperate to plead their cases to you in 1920′s Chicago. How could you tell ‘em that they were wrong?! You would’a done the same, right?

Both awaiting trial in a Chicago jail, they play their celebrity up for all it’s worth, trying to keep the spotlight and the attention of high-profile lawyer Billy Flynn.

CHICAGO celebrated its 10th year on Broadway as the longest running revival on November 14th, 2011 and will be playing until December 22, 2012.

“A musical for the ages… the best musical in town.”
New York Times

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Roxie Rocks Broadway and Steals Hearts in CHICAGO!

Roxie Rocks Broadway and Steals Hearts in CHICAGO!

Broadway Show Tickets in NYC

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway… and George Benson got that right. There’s nothing better than getting ready to go to your favorite Broadway Show on a magical evening in New York City. The lights and innovative use of the stage, exciting plot twists & turns, and incredible vocal, athletic, & orchestrated symphonies combined are sure to be painted upon the canvas of your soul forever. Whatever your dramatic pleasure, you’ll find the best only at!

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The “Roaring” success of The Lion King on Broadway has led to stampedes of people rushing to reserve their seats to witness the amazing puppetry, costumes and magic of the music. A Tony Award winner for Best Musical, The Lion King brings you “a pulsing spectacle driven by primal African rhythms, unforgettable tunes (including Elton John and Tim Rice’s Oscar-winning “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”) and a jaw-dropping display of exotic African wildlife brought to life onstage.” Don’t miss Broadway’s Sixth Longest-Running Show.

Discover the power of the Music of the Night at a chilling and romantic performance of the famous Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s masterpeice will seduce you with this enchanting story of love, darkness, music, and despair. Set at the Paris Opera House, a beautiful soprano becomes the obsession of a mysterious, disfigured musical genius. Why see it, you ask? It is the perfect mix of romance and suspense with timeless ballads that you will love “Past the Point of No Return.”

For all you Harry Potter fans out there, check out How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. This Broadway hit stars Daniel Radcliffe as a young man ambitious to ditch window washing to climb the corporate ladder – as fast and easily as possible. Time to trade in the old spellbook for a real guide to WINNING! But will he succeed in business (without really trying)? See for yourself on Broadway. Brilliant.

We offer a complete selection of Broadway Show Tickets. For even more incredibly popular shows such as Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Mama Mia!, RENT, Jersey Boys, Chicago, Ghost the Musical, and more visit us at Book your show tickets online and save or call us toll-free at 888-880-9108 for assistance with reservations and group bookings.

Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark

Monday, October 10th, 2011

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Justin, one of our ticketing agents, recently took a trip back home to New York City and scored tickets to Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. Though Justin was never really a comic book person, he strongly recommends watching the show whether you’re a Marvel nerd or not!

Being the adventure-seeker that Justin is, when he received tickets to Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, he jumped to the opportunity to see what all the buzz was about. At first, Justin was skeptical about seeing a superhero tale translated into Broadway but was very pleased with the performance. He was delightfully surprised to see how seamless the show transitioned from action to singing and dancing.

One may think of an awkward burst of song right before Peter Parker whisks away a damsel in distress, but Justin stressed that there was none of that. The songs were songs about what they were doing and not necessarily these grandiose belts of devotion to your friendly neighborhood superhero, so the singing did not feel out of place.

The dancing was a different story in that choreographers fused dancing and fighting into examples of athletic feats. The dance/fight sequences reminded Justin of Brazilian Capoeira dancing and even compared it to Michael Jackson’s iconic Beat It music video. He definitely enjoyed all of the dance scenes but his favorite was the robbers scene where Spider-Man made his first appearance and swoops down onto the stage.

Justin raved about how often the performers were off the stage and suspended in the air. What makes this show so different from other shows is that they really do bring the show to you. “It’s a very audience involved show,” said Justin. Several fight scenes became acrobatic stunts over audience members, and at one point, Spider-Man even perched on top of a platform right next to the balcony seats.

“It kind of made me jealous,” Justin said jokingly, “here I am in the orchestra seats, and Spider-Man is chilling out right next to the nose-bleed seats!” He pointed out that no matter where you are seated, you’ll be guaranteed a show. Don’t worry if you happened to grab seats in the orchestra level, Spidey will make a couple of appearances down there too.

Even beyond the performance, Justin was impressed with the overall experience. He arrived 10 minutes before the show, and though the line was long, it moved quickly.Organized and friendly, the staff at the theater helped everyone from finding restrooms in the lobby to getting their seats before the show. Like every fabulous show, there were also plenty of stands to buy your Spider-Man swag (you have to get souvenirs for those not lucky enough to see it!).

To book tickets to Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark, go here.

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(All photos by Justin)


Tour Across America

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

It is often hard to choose where to spend your vacation, but when you think about all the things you can do in each state and in each city, you really can’t go wrong.  United States Tours offers things for you to do in every state in the country, including Washington D.C.  There’s no way that you can’t have a great vacation with the vast array of activities and attractions that are at your disposal.  United States Tours and its affiliates are the largest tour operators in the world so there is no doubt that this year’s trip will be the best yet. 

One of the most popular packages that United States Tour provides, out of the 5,000+, is the Alcatraz Tour & San Francisco City Tour.  You will get a comprehensive tour, including bus and ferry transportation, of the beautiful city of San Francisco.  This is an excellent tour as you see all the world renowned sites through San Francisco including Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown and Union square as well as the notorious federal prison on Alcatraz Island.

Another wonderful option for a vacation activity that United States Tours offers is the New York Spirit Dinner Cruise.  This is a great way to spend an evening after a full day of sightseeing around New York.  You will eat a delicious dinner aboard a luxurious and chic ship.  Your night will be complete with the entertaining music and Broadway-quality performers.  For a break from the exciting festivities, you can stroll along the decks of the magnificent boat and view the best of New York drift by.

On the Nashville City Tour you will see all the major sights of Music City.  This fantastic tour is known for taking you to the best areas in the marvelous city.  You will ride by the historic downtown Nashville, Fort Nashboro, the Parthenon, Music Row, Studio B and beautiful Vanderbilt University.  The tour makes a stop at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum as well as the Ryman Auditorium – the Mother Church of Country Music.  This is a perfect tour for visitors to Nashville who want to see the greatest parts of the city.

An experience unlike any other is Boston Duck Tour and it all begins as you board your sightseeing vehicle, the “DUCK.”  The “DUCK” is an authentic WWII amphibious, meaning it can drive in land and water, vehicle that has been renovated for your comfort.  As Boston is the birthplace of freedom, it is only fitting that you see sights that reflect this while touring Boston.  The golden-domed State House, built on land owned by John Hancock, is highlighted during the tour.  Other locations that will be sighted are Bunker Hill, Boston Common – the oldest park in the country, and Copley Square.  Just when you think the tour has ended and you have seen all Boston has to offer, “SPLASHDOWN” hits.  The DUCK will splash right into the Charles River giving you the chance you receive an incredible view of Boston and Cambridge skylines.

United States Tours has tours, activities and attraction tickets in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.  By using the services offered you will without a doubt have one of the best vacations of your life.  Reserve your tickets today at United States Tours website, 

Entertaining Dinner Shows Across the Globe

Monday, November 10th, 2008

Everyone needs something fun and entertaining to do during their vacation evenings.Many venture off to experience the city’s nightlife while others simply enjoy a nice dinner out and head to bed earlier to be ready for the next day’s activities.One thing that everyone seems to enjoy is a thrilling dinner show.

Dinner shows can be appreciated by people of all ages with all sorts of interests.Wherever you plan on vacationing, you can see if there is a dinner show near you on the Dinner Shows’ website to take your group out for an evening full of fun!

One of the most popular locations with hundreds of dinner shows is Branson, Missouri.This is a great place to have some fun on a riverboat, in a theater, or any other fun venue.Aboard the Branson Belle Riverboat, you can enjoy an elegant cruise, delicious food and non-stop entertainment.

Additionally, you can watch western classics during one of the many Chuckwagon shows that are performed in cities all over the U.S.

Another great location for a dining show is Nashville, Tennessee.Like Branson, this city is full of great shows that everyone in the family will love.For a blast from the past, the Cowboy Town Wild West Show & Campfire Supper is a great choice.The General Jackson Dinner Cruise & Show is another great opportunity.The showboat will float along the Cumberland River providing you with an excellent meal and even better Broadway style performances.

Dinner Shows offers many types of entertainment so you can pick and choose which one best fits your interests.Additional locations include Atlanta, Orlando, Richmond, Chicago, Niagara Falls, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Hawaii and many, many more!

Each of the shows listed on Dinner Shows’ website,, are extremely popular so if you find one that strikes your fancy, reserve it soon as they sell out quickly.

The Incomparable Empire State

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

New York truly is the “city that never sleeps,” and there is so much to do there that you may not get much sleep either! New York is the home of Broadway, the Yankees, the Empire State Building, and the Statue of Liberty.There is undeniably much to see, and you will have many options for modes of travel provided that you book early.

You may choose to view the city through the windows of a helicopter, the open air of a double-decker bus, or you can see it by boat or bicycle.The choice is yours.Many people try out several of these options to get the most comprehensive view of the city.

New York is centrally located so you can easily access points north and south to mix up your vacation.  You can travel to Niagara Falls, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC all in one trip.  So while visiting New York on its own is a real treat, why not get the most out of your visit and see it all?

Whether you are interested in shopping, fine dining, museums and zoos, or the arts, New York has something for everyone.Be sure to take advantage of all this great city has to offer by booking your tours well in advance of your trip, as they sell out very quickly.For a complete listing of available tours, please visit and book online for a discount of $5 on each adult ticket.

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