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Broadway doesn’t have the market cornered on entertainment—there are plenty of compelling hits off Broadway as well. Hot ticket shows include the international phenomenon Blue Man Group, the musical dance hit Stomp and the aerial, acrobatics sensation Fuerza Bruta. There are so many off Broadway shows, large and small, that it is impossible to keep track of all of them, but NewYork.com offers tickets to the most popular off Broadway theater experiences. Check back often for news and tickets on the hottest new shows.

  • Stomp performers dancing with brooms

    Stomp

    At the long-running, East Village show Stomp, the beat goes on and on – it’s a dance show, comedy, musical performance and interactive party all in one.

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  • Avenue Q Nicky and Rod

    Avenue Q

    Avenue Q takes the innocence of childhood television and twists it into an enjoyably crass musical comedy about the anxieties of adulthood in New York City.

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  • Blue Man Group three actors drum

    Blue Man Group

    The internationally celebrated Blue Man Group began in New York City continues performing intimate, dynamic theater in the heart of the East Village.

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  • Icarian Games and Water meteors performance in Cirque du Soleil's Amaluna (Photo: Laurence Labat)

    Amaluna

    As to be expected, complex circus arts are the centerpiece of Amaluna, including battles on the aerial straps, hand-balancing upon a giant waterbowl, juggling, Chinese pole maneuvers, uneven bars routines, teeterboard performances, and Icarian games.

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  • Barbara Cook

    An Evening With Barbara Cook

    Head to Flushing, Queens to see famed soprano Barbara Cook in concert at the Kupferberg Center for the Arts on Saturday, May 10, 2014, at 8pm.

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  • Margaret Copeland and Kevin James Doyle in How 2 B A New Yorker: Dinner and a Show

    How 2 B A New Yorker: Dinner and a Show

    Want to learn How 2 B A New Yorker? Then make sure you catch tickets to this uproarious Off-Broadway send-up of the millions of characters that call New York City home.

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  • A performer in La Soiree

    La Soiree

    After seducing audiences around the world, La Soiree arrives Off-Broadway with a uniquely naughty combination of cabaret, circus, and burlesque.

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  • A scene from Black Angels Over Tuskegee

    Black Angels Over Tuskegee

    History comes alive in Layon Gray’s Black Angels Over Tuskegee which follows six African-American fighter pilots as they struggle against discrimination in order to fly for their country.

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  • The cast of Heathers the Musical

    Heathers the Musical

    Heathers the Musical brings the hiliarious, homocidal humor of the 1989 cult movie to the stage.

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  • Pippin is among the shows parodied in the new Forbidden Broadway Comes Out Swinging!

    Forbidden Broadway Comes Out Swinging!

    Back to skewer even more Broadway hits, Forbidden Broadway Comes Out Swinging!, is a hilarious Off-Broadway revue that takes aim at some of the Great White Way’s most popular musicals and stars.

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Historically, to say a show was “off Broadway” meant that it was not located in New York’s main theater district, the boundaries of which ran from 40th street to 54th street and from sixth avenue west to eighth avenue. Today, the term refers to any professional theater with a seating capacity between 100-499. Traditionally off Broadway shows were more experimental, informal and less commercial. Modern off Broadway shows run the gamut from theater with a wide appeal to smaller, more avant-garde performances. Some off Broadway shows, such as Rent, turn out to be so popular that they eventually make their way to Broadway theaters. Off Broadway shows are also eligible for all of major drama awards in New York city, including the Tony Awards, The New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award and the Drama Desk Awards. Peter and the Starcatcher, a prequel to the popular book and movie, Peter Pan, took home multiple Tony Awards in 2012. The social satire Avenue Q, which is often called the modern day Rent, is another off-Broadway show that was recognized by the Tonys. Family-friendly off Broadway shows include the Berenstain Bears Live! and the ever-popular Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Search our off Broadway offerings here to find the best show for you.

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