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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Where-To-Go Wednesday - The Davenport Theater

What: The Davenport Theater

Where: 354 West 45th Street
            New York, New York

Who: Ages vary depending on the show

Our view: If you live in or around the New York area or if you plan to visit the New York area, and you are a theater fan or want to become one, you are in luck. There is a new theater in town, Davenport Theater.  The Davenport Theater is actually two theaters in one. There is a larger main stage theater and a smaller black box theater. Neither one is a very large theater. However, the great thing about them is that they provide some place for you to go and experience theater of all types even if you cannot afford current average tickets prices. Tickets at the Davenport Theater range from $35.00 for student group tickets in the balcony to $99.00 for premium seats with most tickets at $79.00 at least for their current show.  We do not know if tickets will vary for different productions.The first production at the Davenport Theater will be the latest version of Forbidden Broadway, a spoof of different Broadway show many different versions of which has appeared Off Broadway over the years. Performances were scheduled to begin this past Saturday on February 22. For more information about the theater and or find out more about this production of Forbidden Broadway or about the Davenport Theater go to  http://www.davenporttheatre.com/ to order tickets for Forbidden Broadway go to  http://www.forbiddenbroadway.com/ticket.html 
for an insiders perspective of Broadway and everything to do with the theater go to The Producers Perspective at http://www.theproducersperspective.com/ to read and or subscribe to producer and owner of the Davenport Theater, Ken Davenport's blog. We will try to post more information about the Davenport Theater and its future productions as we receive it.

And that's our view Tune in tomorrow for another Talking Topic.