With summer in full swing, tickets are now on sale for some of the biggest ‘must see’ summer Broadway shows. These summer spectaculars have shows for daytime and evening viewings, making them ideal for those spending their summer vacations in the Big Apple. One of the most talked about summer shows is “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.” Earlier this week, actor Neil Patrick Harris took away the Tony Award for best lead actor for this production and the show won Best Revival of a Musical. Those looking to get tickets to see the event live will want to act fast when trying to see this production live, as tickets are known to sell out fast for this much talked about show.
The winner for Best Musical at this year’s Tony Awards was “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.” The show has been described as a one of a kind theatre experience and is one of the most talked about summer shows for theater fans. This new musical has something for everyone and tickets to see the show for all of its performances are on sale now. This production is one for adult audiences, but it doesn’t mean that families can’t get in on the fun this summer on Broadway. The new production of “Aladdin” received rave reviews and tickets are available for those who want to see this classic Disney film brought to life.
Finally, there is the massive summer hit “Rocky The Musical.” This show is produced by the original Rocky, Sylvester Stallone, and brings the wildly popular boxing story to the live stage. The musical is based off of the original Oscar-winning film that talks about the underdog fighter, Rocky Balboa and the opportunity he receives to become a boxing champion and reach his life-long goal. The inspiring, live action production features original musical numbers and superb acting by the entire cast. This show is the perfect summer hit for those looking to take in all that Broadway has to offer. This show is entirely new for the 2014 season. Tickets for this production are on sale now and available to the public. Will you be visiting Broadway this summer to see some of these hit productions live?