NEW YORK CITY- MARCH 26, 2018 : Theater District Broadway one of the main Manhattan Landmarks

Broadway shows are scheduled to reopen on September 14, after having been closed since last March. While “Wicked,” “The Book of Mormon,” “Phantom of the Opera,” “Hamilton” and “Dear Evan Hansen” are among the most popular shows, NYC’s iconic arts and theater scene has much more to offer – including a new show called “Jagged Little Pill,” which revolves around Alanis Morissette’s iconic 90s album.

For those interested in seeing a play, there are equally distinctive options like, “Thoughts of a Colored Man,” which opens in October. The show takes place in Brooklyn and wrestles with specific socio-economic challenges and cultural issues.

Off-Broadway, “The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking” is a one-man show that’s “both educational and intoxicating.” The ticket price includes three drinks. For those traveling with underage guests, “The Play That Goes Wrong” is a timeless favorite. Musical lovers have been flocking to “Jersey Boys.”

In addition to Broadway, NYC is also rife with independent talent and local theaters. The Cell and PS 122 are playing at smaller theaters in Manhattan.

Comedy clubs, too, have helped define performance culture in NYC, including places like Caroline’s, The Bell House and Union Hall.

Source: The Millennial Source

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