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CONNECTED TO BROADWAY

NewYork.com Helps You Meet the Stars on Broadway

If you’ve always wanted to mingle with the cast after a Broadway show, here is your chance.

What’s more fun than seeing a Broadway show? Meeting the cast afterwards. At least, that’s the idea behind our new program, Connected to Broadway. Starting with Kinky Boots, we have teamed up with some of the most popular shows on the Great White Way to offer special programs that include pre-show cocktails, prime seats at the show and the chance to rub elbows with the cast afterward.

 

Connected to Broadway - Kinky Boots

Meet cast members from Kinky Boots at the first in NewYork.com’s Connected to Broadway series

 

Tickets are now on sale for the August 1 performance of Kinky Boots at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. There are a limited number of places available in this program, so you’ll want to lock yours down quickly if you’re interested. Prices start at $299 for Kinky Boots.

The evening starts at the theater 90 minutes prior to the show, when guests in the program arrive to enjoy cocktails, conversation and hand-passed hors d’oeuvres. Following the reception, watch the Tony-award-winner for Best Musical from preferred seats in either the Orchestra or Front Mezzanine. The real attraction, however, comes after the final curtain call when performers from the show join guests for a moderated chat.

This is just the first event in the series. Stay tuned for details about a similar event for the August 22nd performance of Phantom of the Opera.

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