Is one day dedicated to love just not enough for you?
Want to keep the Valentine’s day magic going?
Well, there’s no better way to celebrate love than enjoying some of the best Broadway love songs!
So grab your headphones or your speaker, sit back and revisit some of the classics with “On the Street Where You Live” and “Some Enchanted Evening”, and join Eliza in falling for
Lin-Manuel Miranda Alexander while listening to “Helpless”.
If you just can’t get enough of ‘the biz’, these podcasts are for you!
If you are interested in how shows are produced and what goes on ‘behind the scenes’, this podcast is for you! Listen as Tony Award Winning Broadway Producer Ken Davenport interviews a different Broadway professional each week to get their perspective on The Great White Way.
If you just want someone to talk to about your favorite shows, Jimi and Tommy will be your new best friends. Additionally, check out their YouTube channels for more fun, Broadway-related content!
This podcast is full of good times with your favorite Broadway personalities. Kick back, listen in, and grab a drink (if you are legal) with these fine folks as they speak and drink with members of the theatre community.
Listen in to this documentary-style podcast that explores how a show develops from an idea to a full blown Broadway show. This podcast features behind-the-scenes stories straight from the horse’s mouth about your favorite Broadway productions.
This choice is a bit of a cheat. Masterworks Broadway actually produces multiple different podcasts. From a series on Sondheim to interviews with the cast and creative team from Avenue Q, Masterworks Broadway is bound to have a podcast that perks your ears.
Attention all Hamilton fans, Hamilton just released a new batch of tickets last week! This batch includes tickets for shows between March 6, 2018- August 19, 2018 and has an 8-ticket limit. There are still a lot of tickets available, but in order to get them it seems as though you will need a few
Hamiltons Benjamins. Rear mezzanine seats begin at $285 and orchestra seats begin at $795.
Yikes! However, there is a silver lining! There is a daily Hamilton lottery that you can enter for the chance to win 1 or 2 tickets for the price of just one Hamilton, more commonly known as a ten-dollar bill! But beware, roughly 10,000 people enter each day so make sure that you have a plan B. You can browse YBG for well-priced tickets that are within the calendar year HERE!
Ben Platt will be leaving Dear Evan Hansen after almost two years of playing the title character at the Music Box Theatre. He will be replaced by Noah Galvin, who most recently starred in ABC’s The Real O’Neals, for a brief period until Taylor Trensch, currently starring in Hello, Dolly on Broadway, takes on the role.
Platt’s final performance will be November 19, 2017 and Galvin will begin on November 21 until January 2018 when Trensch takes over.
Tickets are nearly impossible to get according to Telecharge.com, the site has no available tickets until 2018! If you’re lucky to get your hands on a ticket, be warned that Platt is on doctor-ordered vocal rest and did not perform Tuesday, August 22 through Sunday, August 27.
Group tickets are available HERE or by phone 877-943-BWAY (2929). The group minimum is 10+ and tickets begin at $69.