If you're planning a trip to New York City to see a Broadway play, entertainment expert, Ron Greenfield has some advice for you.
With the awards season in full swing, The Golden Globes, Critic’s Choice, and SAG Awards, it’s safe to assume that most people will continue to hedge bets and pick their favorites up until Oscar® night.
While in New York the other week, putting aside the “awards madness", I indulged myself and took advantage of one of the best things about New York – the Broadway Theater. While seeing any Broadway production can be excessively expensive, there is the TKTS Booth, located in Times Square and downtown near the Seaport Museum, where anyone can purchase tickets at half the price on the day of the performance. Two must-sees for me were Once and a new production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie.
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