That's why March and April may not have as many events on as you'd usually find. If you're flexible, why not browse our Summer listings or Autumn listings for a wider choice. A fusion of horn-based soul and funk with the tightest rhythm section ever to grace the stage, Tower of Power have been bringing their unique style to shows since
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In any regular year, Broadway operates in waves. The first comes in the fall when a host of new shows open just before the influx of Christmastime tourists. The second arrives in the spring, as plays and musicals clamor for Tony Awards consideration. That being said: There's truly never a bad time to see some great theater. But what to see? Good thing you're here. We've compiled a list of our favorite productions that debuted within the past three years. Expect updates and changes as more shows come and go. Why it's great: In the battle of the movie adaptation musicals that hit Broadway in , Beetlejuice has gotten the short end of the critical stick.
Every winter, New York City transforms into a festive wonderland. Elaborate holiday window displays, decked out restaurants and bars, and, of course, a stellar lineup of highly anticipated Christmas shows. Singing, synchronized dance, and the perfect amount of holiday spice and humor, the Radio City Rockettes have been charming New York City since This year, catch another exciting edition of the iconic Christmas Spectacular. Good for Family Festive musicals. Watch Balanchine's choreography come to life as you unleash your imagination with this classic ballet. From the famous, gigantic Christmas tree that grows from a height of 12 ft to 40, to the mesmerizing costumes, this show evokes the holiday spirit like no other. David H. Koch Theater Get Directions.