New York Theatre Trip

AlfredColo
Swing
joined:11/22/13
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 07:47am
Going to New York in two weeks what are the best shows.?
Patash
Broadway Legend
joined:5/27/08
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 08:25am
Seriously? Can you give us ANYTHING to go on?
What kind of shows do you like? Are you talking musicals or plays? Do you have a clue about ANYTHING that's currently running?

It would help if you'd review a few lists of current shows or threads about them, and then come back and ask specific questions. If you've read any threads here you'd know that for any show -- some people love it and some hate it.



Updated On: 11/22/13 at 08:25 AM
hak5
Understudy
joined:7/5/10
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 08:41am
PIPPIN
neonlightsxo
Broadway Star
joined:7/29/08
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 08:57am
Glass Menagerie.
FindingNamo
Broadway Legend
joined:7/22/03
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 08:59am
Perfect Crime, now in its 26th smash year.
'Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.' -- RW Emerson
VotePeron
Leading Actor
joined:5/2/13
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 12:06pm
MATILDA!
willep
Broadway Legend
joined:9/20/08
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 02:42pm
Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812
Twelfth Night
Markecib
Understudy
joined:4/13/11
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 03:24pm
I'll second Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812
AlehoSmith
Swing
joined:11/22/13
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 06:14pm
I am no sure why my friends account was deleted he was the OP. But he is very pleased and is very intrigued with The Pierre Musical the one with a comet
AlehoSmith
Swing
joined:11/22/13
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 06:18pm
The Glass Menagerie looks also amazing, thank you for all the suggestions. We were going to see Aladdin but the reviews come so now we are going earlier. We have not been to New York before so we are just looking for something new and exciting. Or a great revival that is a new vision of a classic.
mjohnson2
Broadway Star
joined:11/2/13
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 06:25pm
Chicago is a classic that can be watched over and over again. I would also say Pippin is spectacular as is Matilda. If you want to go see a play, definitely the Glass Menagerie. I would also recommend Murder for Two at the New World Stages as well as many of the other long running shows, which are less of a risk to go and see.
Anything regarding shows stated by this account is an attempt to convey opinion and not fact.
AlehoSmith
Swing
joined:11/22/13
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 06:27pm
But really want to see history so maybe I should go to London. I have seen Matilda there and it was amazing. I did not have such a good time there
KathyNYC2
Broadway Star
joined:12/2/10
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/22/13 at 10:11pm
Kinky Boots for sure!
aaronb
Broadway Star
joined:6/3/12
New York Theatre Trip
Posted: 11/23/13 at 10:56pm
Mark Rylance, BAD JEWS, and GOOD PERSON if it's still open.
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