While I love going to a great movie, nothing beats going to the theater. After my first experience at a Broadway show, I was hooked, and you will be too! Attending a Broadway show is one of the most exhilarating experiences you can have; especially, if the show is well produced, the cast members are brilliant and on top of their craft. Be sure to watch the Tony Awards
and you will see what all the hoopla is about.
Just preparing for the theater can be an experience; add a light dinner before, see the show and cocktails after is an absolute wonderful way to engage and connect with your beloved. Each part of the show is a wonderful way to exchange thoughts, and critique the performance. Shows such as Hamilton
, War Paint
, The Lion King
, Dear Evan Hansen
are some of the most talked about on the market today. And, if you are a theater lover, there are a plethora of other great shows that will equally capture your interest, be sure to follow the schedules and stay on top of those you think you may love.
What is the investment? Sometimes it can be costly, especially for a Broadway show; but then again, most things we love may indeed have a price tag, so watch for specials; then you plan accordingly .
If Broadway isn’t a novelty for you, I would recommend you start with an Off Broadway show and work your way to Broadway. NYCGo.com
has a 2 for 1 Tickets Week where it does exactly what is says. Prices are reasonable and the right show can be absolutely wonderful.
After catching a great show, there are numerous restaurants in the surrounding area; i.e., Bond 45 and Briciola are but two great hot spots for a wonderful meal or after dinner dessert and drink.
The theater district is close to every subway line in the city, or it is the hub for every major taxi in NYC, so no excuses.
We hope that you are excited as we are about Date Night
, and we ask you and your beloved to join us on November 13, 2017
as we celebrate our first WBM Date Night.
Special Code – ISLANDDW and save up to $60 on Tickets. Ticket Price is $69.50 for WBM Guests.
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As the Editorial Director of World Bride Magazine, she drives the magazine into the 21st century where visions of people of color are seen in a more positive and progressive direction.