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Christmas Time Equals Broadway Time

By David Jacobs | December 23rd, 2013

With Christmas week right around the corner, Broadway has unveiled some exciting news about their upcoming live performance schedule. There are several irregular schedules and new performances that will be taking place this week and several shows that are getting special performance times specifically for the holiday. The live production of The Lion King is always a popular holiday show and during the holiday season. This family friendly show will be one of the few productions that will take place on Christmas Eve. Those who are looking
to take the whole family to a show on Christmas Eve will find that The Lion King still has tickets available for this show. On Christmas day, there will only be a few shows playing for theatre goers, but there are still tickets available for the Christmas shows that will have performances on this day. The live production of Wicked The Musical will be performing on Christmas with an evening show and tickets are still available to see this production on Christmas night. On Christmas evening, there will also be performances of Rock of Ages, Pippin and Phantom of the Opera. Tickets for all of these shows are still available for their Christmas and Christmas Eve showings.

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Holiday Theatre Time

By David Jacobs | November 15th, 2012

This Thursday the Broadway stage will be treated to a unique treat when the highly anticipated new production Scandalous: The Life and Trial of Aimee Semple; a new musical from the creative minds of Kathie Lee Gifford, David Friedman and David Pomeranz. The production promises to bring a form of entertainment to the stage unlike one that has ever been seen before as it mixes together religion, drugs, sex, romance and the trials and tribulations of celebrity life. After a series of successful preview dates, the show will enjoy its official opening at the Neill Simon Theatre this week. The production received a slight delay after the November 14th scheduled opening of the play was moved back following a vocal issue with lead Carolee Carmello. Fortunately for fans, after the day long delay, Carmello announced she would be retuning to the stage and that the opening would be on November 15th.