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Get ready for your curtain call. We'll help you pick the best Broadway and Off-Broadway shows to see.

An afternoon or night at the theater is an ideal New York event for tourists and locals alike. There are 40 theaters on Broadway alone staging everything from dramas to splashy musicals and critically acclaimed revivals. We can help you sort through reviews and write-ups to find a show that’s right for you. Plus, we'll connect you to the best ticket deals without ever having to stand on line. Keep in mind, it's always best to book tickets a few weeks ahead of your visit, and mid-week dates generally offer greater flexibility.

It's always an exciting time at the theater, especially with big names on the marquee and hot new shows opening. Be one of the first to see the newest productions on Broadway, and be sure to book early for the special limited runs with the biggest stars. But don't miss Broadway's longest running shows either.

You can't go wrong with a classic Broadway show. Popular hits like The Lion King, Mamma Mia!, Chicago, Wicked and Jersey Boys have long runs for a reason, and we can help you with tickets for these packed shows too. For a more experimental theater going experience, try an Off-Broadway show like The Blue Man Group or Stomp.

Whether you're looking for a new season or classic Broadway show, musical, family favorites or more, find the best Broadway tickets right here, right now.

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