I started this blog with one daughter, kept it up with the other, to spend time together doing something we enjoyed.
However, things change and people evolve. My daughters are older, busier, and not as interested in writing.
From now on this blog will be mostly mom with occasional contributions from my daughters and maybe even my husband.
Nothing else will change. We'll still focus on sharing fun places to go, fun things to do, and more, and we would  still love to hear your views too

Monday, February 28, 2022

More Theater Monday - Fun at Feinstein's/54 Below

Feinstein's/54 Below is one of the most appealing places you can go in New York City. This exclusive supper club offers an exciting array of entertainment including concerts, cast reunions, tributes, and more! There is always something to see there as they offer one, two, or sometimes even three shows a night, except when they are closed for a private event which doesn't happen all that often.

There are a couple of important things to note, however, before you make plans to visit the club. When you make a reservation, you are not making a reservation for a specific seat but only for which seating area you want to sit in. Seats are assigned on a first come first serve basis when you arrive depending on the type of seating you paid for. Also, in addition to the cost of your show tickets, a $25.00 per person food and/or drink minimum is required. This is kind of a high as other similar venues we have visited have had only a $10 food minimum,  a 2 drink minimum, or no minimum at all.

Still, the caliber of the entertainment offered at Feinstein's/54 Below is incredible. They get a nice mix of established talents and up and comers and just about everybody who is anybody in theater and beyond has appeared there at one time or another. 

We recently returned to the venue for the first time since before the pandemic-induced theater shut down to see two of our favorite people in the business, Joe Iconis and George Salazar in their two-man show, Two-Player Game. The show was a new iteration of their previous show of the same name which played the venue back when they were both working on the musical, Be More Chill. Joe composed said musical and George appeared in all three of its earliest incarnations at Two River Theater in Red Bank, NJ; Off-Broadway; and on Broadway. Two-Player Game is actually the name of a song in that show, but oddly enough they did not sing the song in the show this time around. 

Nevertheless, the show was still terrifically fun. They sounded great, they had great energy and their between-song banter was one of the highlights of the evening.  The pair sang and played, their way through a couple of songs from Be More Chill including George's signature number, Michael in the Bathroom, as well as other Joe Iconis songs, with George doing most of the singing and Joe doing most of the playing. The show was a joy to watch from start to finish.

Upcoming shows at Feinstein's/54 Below next month include a Lizzo tribute, a few new musicals, and Lorna Luft in concert. To find out more or to order tickets to any upcoming shows, visit https://54below.com

Tune in tomorrow for Tips for Tuesday.

Sunday, February 27, 2022

Sunday Scoop Week of 2/27/22 - What's Happening This Week and More

1) 92Y Harkness Dance Center Premieres Caleb Teicher & Conrad Tao's Counterpoint
2) BAMKids Presents US Premiere of  Song of the North 3/5 - 3/12
3) Broadway Workshop Andrew Barth Feldman In-Person Workshop 3/6
4) Centenary Stage Co. Offers Special "Meteor Shower" Understudy Performance 3/2
6) The Honorable Herbert Peabody New Solo Comedy Opens 3/2 
7) Lincoln Center Announces Free & Choose What You Pay Programming
8) Liza Gennaro, Bwy Choreographer Signing & Book Talk 3/2
9) NYCC Artists at the Center - Tiler Peck 3/4 - 3/6 
10) Norm Lewis New Solo Concert Program With New York Pops 3/4
11) Panasonic and Codaworx Call for Projection Artists Submissions
12) Pipeline Theatre Co. Presents Premiere of Bruise and Thorn Beginning 3/4
13) Plaza Suite Announced Mobile Lottery 
14) Prospect Theater Company's Notes From Now Begins Performances 3/2
15) South Street Seaport Museum Monthly Sing-Along In-Person & Online 3/6
16) Tina Announced New Block of Tickets on Sale

1) 92Y Harkness Dance Center Presents
The New York City Premiere of their Collaborative Duet

In Person Performance
Thursday, March 3, 8 pm ET
$30 General Admission, $10 Students

Friday March 4, noon ET – Sunday, March 6, midnight ET

Tickets Here

The 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center’s 2021-22 Mainstage Series continues with the New York City premiere of Caleb Teicher and Conrad Tao’s Counterpoint. In this collaborative duet, the two explore the dichotomy of their different perspectives and artistic practices and how together they can expand their individual expressive capacity through a collective experience. Harmonic, rhythmic, and theatrical counterpoint between the artists seeks to map out constellations linking their disparate traditions, driving an opening of the hearts and imaginations of the audience. 

Counterpoint Program

  • J.S. Bach, Aria from the Goldberg Variations, BWV 988
  • Tao/Teicher, Swing 2 from More Forever and improvisations
  • Schoenberg, Five Piano Pieces, op. 23: V. Walzer
  • Noble/Powell/Tatum, "Cherokee"
  • Coles & Bufalino, The Coles and Bufalino Soft Shoe
  • Brahms, Intermezzo in E major, op. 116/4
  • Mozart/David Parker, Song and Dance, based on Mozart's Sonata in A major, K.331: III. Allegretto "Alla Turca"
  • Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue, arr. for solo piano
  • Ravel, Sonatine: II. Mouvement de Menuet
  • J.S. Bach, Aria from the Goldberg Variations, BWV 988

The Mainstage Series continues

WITH CARE — Created by Bobbi Jene Smith in collaboration with Keir GoGwilt
Bobbi Jene Smith (dancer), Or Schraiber (dancer), Keir GoGwilt (violinist), and Miranda Cuckson (violinist)
In Person – Thu, Apr 28, 8 pm, $30 general admission / $10 student
Streaming – Fri, Apr 29, noon ET – Sun, May 1, midnight ET, $15
Join us for the New York City premiere of AMOC's With Care, created by Bobbi Jene Smith in collaboration with Keir GoGwilt.

In Person – Thu, May 26, 8 pm, $30 general admission / $10 student
Streaming – Fri, May 27, noon ET – Sun, May 29 midnight ET, $15
The Future Dance Festival builds on 92Y’s rich legacy of presenting the work of pioneering dance artists who propel the art form forward.

In Person – Thu, Jun 23, 8 pm, $30 general admission / $10 student
Streaming – Fri, Jun 24, noon ET – Sun, Jun 26, midnight ET, $15
Jonathan Fredrickson, of Tanztheater Wuppertal, presents an evening length world premiere created specifically for the Kaufmann Concert Hall space.

92Y Health & Safety Protocol

MASKS MUST BE WORN BY EVERYONE over the age of 2, regardless of vaccination status.


THANK YOU for doing your part in helping to keep everyone in our community safe.

2) Song of the North

Created and directed by Hamid Rahmanian

Kingorama and Two Chairs

Courtesy of Fictionville Studio


Mar 5 at 2pm; Mar 12 at 2pm & 7pm

Price: Pay-what-you-wish starting at $15

Ages 8-14


Harvey Theater at BAM Strong

651 Fulton St.

Brooklyn, NY

BAMkids presents the US premiere of Song of the North, a visually stunning, cinematic-style shadow play for ages 8-14. The large-scale cinematic live performance is an inspirational epic from ancient Persia through shadow puppetry, projected animation, music, movement, and theater. Over 400 handmade puppets are used to tell the story of Manijeh, a courageous heroine who uses her strengths and determination to rescue her beloved and help prevent a war. The production runs March 5 at 2pm and March 12 at 2pm and 7pm. It will be the first puppet theater production to be presented on BAM's Harvey Theater stage.

BAMkids presents the US premiere of Song of the North, a visually stunning, cinematic-style shadow play for ages 8-14. The large-scale cinematic live performance is an inspirational epic from ancient Persia through shadow puppetry, projected animation, music, movement, and theater. Over 400 handmade puppets are used to tell the story of Manijeh, a courageous heroine who uses her strengths and determination to rescue her beloved and help prevent a war. The production runs March 5 at 2pm and March 12 at 2pm and 7pm. It will be the first puppet theater production to be presented on BAM's Harvey Theater stage.

The multi-disciplinary show is created, designed, and directed by Hamid Rahmanian, a 2014 Guggenheim fellowship-winning filmmaker/visual artist. Song of the North tells the story of Manijeh, a heroine from ancient Persia, who uses her strengths and talents to reconcile Iran and Turan's warring kingdoms and rescue her beloved Bijan from a perilous predicament of her own making.

**All performances will adhere to protocols developed in accordance with New York State regulations and in consultation with medical professionals for the safety of our artists, audiences, and staff. Proof of full vaccination and masking required. **





11:00am-1:30pm ET

Ages 12-18


Ripley Grier Studios – 520 8th Avenue – 16th Floor

Andrew, along with Broadway Workshop’s director Marc Tumminelli, will work with each student on audition technique and song interpretation in this special one-day master class. We will focus on giving students the opportunity to bring their audition and performance skills to the next level. 

Students will break down their song material with one-on-one coaching in a fun-filled class setting. Students will also have the opportunity to be part of a Q&A with Andrew and the Broadway Workshop team. MORE INFO

Andrew made his Broadway debut in the title role in Dear Evan Hansen. He starred as Linguini in a benefit concert presentation of Ratatouille the Musical and was featured on Season 2 of HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: The Musical: The Series on Disney +. He is also the winner of the 2021 Broadway World award for his solo show – PARK MAP at 54 Below

For more information or to register, go to campscui.active.com/orgs/BroadwayWorkshop#/selectSessions/3093037




Centenary Stage Company is having a special understudy performance of Meteor Shower by Steve Martin as a fundraiser for the NextStage Repertory. This performance will be Wednesday, March 2 at 7:00 pm in the Sitnik Theatre of the Lackland Performing Arts Center at 715 Grand Avenue, Hackettstown, NJ on the campus of Centenary University. Tickets are $10.00 each, and the money made from this performance will help fund the NextStage Repertory and their upcoming productions. For more information, go to centenarystageco.org or call the Centenary Stage Company’s box office at (908) 979-0900.  

The principle cast of Steve Martin’s Meteor Shower is made up of Emaline Williams as Laura, Scott McGowan as Gerald, Suzy Kimball as Corky, and Christopher John Young as Norm. For the fundraiser performance at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, March 2 all of the parts will be played by their understudies.                  

The partnership between Centenary Stage Company and the Centenary University Theatre Department allows students the opportunity to work on professional productions while they study. These productions include working with professionals from different parts of the theatre world from acting, to stage managing, to set designing, and costume design. This understudy performance of Meteor Shower allows the students to showcase their talents and highlight the relationship between Centenary Stage Company and the Centenary University Theatre Department.  

The understudies include Emily Kurnides as Corky, Cody Jackson as Norm, Luis Rodriguez as Gerald, and Veronica Gaspar as Laura. Previously Emily Kurnides and Luis Rodriguez have appeared in Centenary Stage Company’s production of A Christmas Carol, as well as NextStage Repertory’s production of Alice in Slasherland. Veronica Gaspar was seen in NextStage Repertory’s productions of Alice in Slasherland and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Cody Jackson was most recently seen in NextStage Repertory’s production of Book of Days as well as Centenary Stage Company’s production of A Christmas Carol. 

The understudy performance of Steve Martin’s Meteor Shower will be Wednesday, March 2 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $10.00 each, and the money made from this performance will help fund the NextStage Repertory and their upcoming productions. For more information visit centenarystageco.org or call the Centenary Stage Company box office at (908) 979-0900. 

For more information, or to purchase tickets visit centenarystageco.org org. To schedule an audition, call the Centenary Stage Company box office at (908) 979 – 0900.  The Centenary Stage Company box office is open Monday through Friday from 1 – 5 PM and two hours prior to all performances. Those unable to attend, send resumes, headshots, and reels to boxoffice@centenarystageco.org Att: Casting. The box office is located in the Lackland Performing Arts Center on the campus of Centenary University at 715 Grand Ave. Hackettstown, NJ.  Centenary Stage Company can also be found across social media platforms; Facebook, Tik Tok, Twitter and Instagram.  Like and follow to receive the latest in CSC news and special offers. 

Centenary Stage Company remains committed to the health and safety of our community and adheres to all requirements set forth by the State of New Jersey.  For more information regarding CSC COVID-19 policies and policy updates, visit centenarystageco.org/faq. 










Arden: But, Not Without You is a genre-bending new work, commissioned by The Flea.

Tickets for ARDEN are priced $15-$35 and are available now at www.theflea.org.

For all information, please visit www.theflea.org.
MARCH 2 - 5, 2022

Off-Broadway premiere! How does a hapless tour guide juggle a Senator’s lofty legacy with his litany of sex scandals? That’s the question at the heart of the seriously funny one-man show, The Honorable Herbert Peabody, written and performed by Kirk McGee (Chasing Taste, “The Path,” “Sesame Street”), and developed with and directed by Corey Atkins (Lincoln Center Theatre, Cleveland Play House, The Acting Company). Following an Omicron-related postponement, the limited engagement is now set to begin Wednesday, March 2, 2022 at 7:00PM through Saturday evening, March 5, 2022 at Chain Theatre (312 West 36th Street, 4th Floor).

The Honorable Herbert Peabody is a very funny show about a very serious issue. It’s opening day of the Honorable Herbert Peabody Library and Legacy Center, and a well-intentioned tour guide named Joe finds himself stuck juggling the narrative of the Senator’s lofty legacy with a recently revealed litany of sex scandals. Faced with an increasingly disgruntled tour group—and a new understanding of his own actions—Joe must decide if he’s going to continue to stand idly by, or finally stand on the right side of history.

ON SALE NOW: Tickets for The Honorable Herbert Peabody are priced at $20 and may be purchased online at www.ThePeabodyPlay.com. If you are unable to purchase online with a credit/debit card, please e-mail herbertpeabody@gmail.com for additional purchase options. Chain Theatre is a wheelchair accessible venue. Run time is approximately 70 minutes, with no intermission.

COVID POLICY: All guests must present proof of full vaccination and photo ID to enter the venue. Masks must be worn at all times inside the building.

7) Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Announces Free 
and Choose What You Pay Spring Programming

Season Features Reopening of David Rubenstein Atrium, 
Return of American Songbook Series

Passport to the Arts and Lincoln Center Moments 
Engage People with Disabilities and Their Families

Lincoln Center Activate Offers Free, Virtual Professional 
Development for Artists and Educators 

WHAT: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced an expansive roster of free spring performances, discussions, and civic activations set to animate the David Rubenstein Atrium, as well as a new edition of American Songbook entitled A World of Voices to the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, made more accessible with a Choose What You Pay ticketing model. Passport to the Arts, for children, teens, and adults with disabilities and their families, and Lincoln Center Moments, for individuals with dementia and their caregivers, return virtually, with select Moments events in-person. Lincoln Center Activate continues expanding its multidisciplinary community of artists and educators through free virtual workshops and conversations.

This spring season brings together dozens of arts organizations and artists from across New York City and Lincoln Center’s own campus, exploring the intersection of culture, civic engagement, and community building through vibrant and varied weekly programming.

WHERE: In-person performances and activations will take place on the Lincoln Center campus, while Lincoln Center Moments, Passport to the Arts, and Lincoln Center Activate will be available virtually on LincolnCenter.org.

WHEN: Spring performances and activations begin Sunday, February 27 and run through Wednesday, June 15.

Public performances return to the David Rubenstein Atrium Thursday, March 10 – Thursday, May 26. American Songbook: A World of Voices begins Wednesday, April 13 – Saturday, April 30.

Virtual programming for Passport to the Arts runs from Sunday, February 27 – Wednesday, June 15. Virtual and in-person events for Lincoln Center Moments to be available from Wednesday, March 9 – Tuesday, June 14.

Two Lincoln Center Activate sessions will take place virtually Wednesday, March 16 – Thursday, March 17 and Wednesday, April 6 – Thursday, April 7.

TICKETS: No tickets are required for the David Rubenstein Atrium. Events are free, first-come, first-served; the line will form at the Atrium’s entrance on Broadway, between 62nd and 63rd Street.

Passport to the Arts and Lincoln Center Moments are free with advanced sign-up at Lincolncenter.org/Passport and LincolnCenter.org/Moments, respectively.

Choose What You Pay tickets for American Songbook: A World of Voices in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse start at $5 and go on sale Wednesday, February 16 at 12:00 pm ET at AmericanSongbook.org. With Choose What You Pay ticketing, Lincoln Center is exploring a new model where audiences decide what's right for you. The starting ticket price is $5. For more information, click here.

8) Broadway Choreographer Liza Gennaro Featured at The Players 
for Exclusive Book Talk and Signing

Broadway choreographer Liza Gennaro will lead a talk and signing for her new book Making Broadway Dance at The Players, a historic membership club in a Gramercy Park South Gothic Revival mansion, on March 2, 2022. The Players was founded in 1888 and has always been a club of artists and arts lovers. Players were here before Broadway became Broadway, making this a fitting union of author and organization. This members-only event aligns with the Club’s continued celebration of the richness of creative communities with exclusive events and relaxed socializing. 

Making Broadway Dance landed the #1 position on two of Amazon’s key book charts – Dance Hot Releases and Music Hot Releases – in early December. Through in-depth analysis of musical theatre choreography and choreographers, the book challenges long-held perceptions of Broadway dance as a kitsch and disposable dance form created without artistic process and demonstrates that the art form is not a monolith but is rather multifaceted in terms of dance styles, aesthetics and methodologies. Making Broadway Dance is available for purchase on Amazon or through Oxford University Press.

Aimed at students, academics, and anyone who loves musical theatre and dance, Making Broadway Dance by Manhattan School of Music’s Dean of Musical Theatre Liza Gennaro gives valuable insights into how Broadway dance is made. Gennaro examines choreography for musical theatre through the lens of dance studies, script analysis, movement research, and dramaturgical inquiry, and in doing so gives a close-up look at a dance form that has been analyzed only superficially until now.

Making Broadway Dance is available for purchase on Amazon or Oxford University Press.
Artists at the Center
Tiler Peck
Mar 4 – 6
Fri 7:30pm; Sat 2 & 7:30pm; Sun 2pm

Tickets from $35
Approximately 2 hours with one intermission

Ballerina, Tiler Peck brings her award-winning style, artistry, and consummate musicality to this first in our new series of artist-curated evenings.

Director, choreographer, curator, and performer Tiler Peck gathers 14 luminaries from across the dance world—from William Forsythe to Alonzo King to Michelle Dorrance—for an evening of repertory as eclectic and compelling as its star.

For more information or to purchase tickets, go to https://www.nycitycenter.org/pdps/2021-2022/artists-at-the-center--tiler-peck


Emmy, SAG, and Tony Award nominee Norm Lewis premieres a new solo concert program with The New York Pops, led by Music Director and Conductor Steven Reineke, on Friday, March 4, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie HallOne Night Only: An Evening with Norm Lewis highlights Norm’s illustrious career on stage, including his leading turns in Les MisérablesThe Phantom of the OperaPorgy and Bess, and Sweeney Todd.

Norm has been seen on Broadway in the title role in The Gershwins’ Porgy & Bess, and The Phantom of the Opera, as well as Broadway productions of Chicken and BiscuitsOnce on This IslandSondheim on SondheimThe Little MermaidLes MisérablesChicagoThe Wild PartySide ShowMiss Saigon, and The Who’s Tommy. He has been seen on television in “Pose”, “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”, “Chicago Med”, and “Scandal”, and previously appeared with The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall in April 2013 and in May 2016, in addition to headlining The New York Pops Underground Cabaret in September 2019.

Upcoming concerts in The New York Pops’ 2021-22 Carnegie Hall season include: Get Happy: That Nelson Riddle Sound on Friday, February 4, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. featuring Tony DeSare and Capathia Jenkins; and the orchestra’s 39th Birthday Gala honoring Kristen and Bobby Lopez on Monday, April 25, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall.

Concert Information
One Night Only: An Evening with Norm Lewis
Steven Reineke
, Music Director and Conductor
Norm Lewis, Guest Artist

Friday, March 4, 2022 at 8:00 p.m.
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall

Tickets are available for purchase at the Carnegie Hall Box Office, at 57th and Seventh, or can be charged to major credit cards by calling CarnegieCharge at (212) 247-7800 or by visiting the Carnegie Hall website at carnegiehall.org.

11) Call For Projection Artists Submissions - Panasonic and Codaworx

CODAworx and Panasonic are seeking submissions for an international projection art competition; the winning artwork will be displayed at CODAsummit: Experience, April 6-8, 2022.

Taking place on the evening of Thursday, April 7, it will illuminate and transform the exterior of the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, with projectors provided by Panasonic. CODAsummit: Experience will bring together the experiential art community with public art professionals from cities and communities to network, and to share information and resources. All for the purpose of using placemaking art to grow local economies.

The winning project selected for CODAworx: The Art of Projection, Presented by Panasonic will make an unmistakable statement about how the definition of art continuously evolves, encourages growth, and influences our lives.

CLICK HERE FOR FULL ENTRY RULES https://www.codaworx.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Call-for-Artists_-CODAworx_-The-Art-of-Projection-Presented-by-Panasonic.pdf


















Pipeline Theatre Company (Natalie Gershtein, Producing Artistic Director) is proud present the world premiere of Bruise & Thorn by C. Julian Jiménez (Bundle of Sticks), formerly known as J. Julian Christopher, and directed by Jesse Jou (Say You Heard My Echo). Bruise & Thorn begins previews in the Mezzanine Theatre at A.R.T./New York Theatres (502 West 53rd Street) on March 4, 2022, and officially opens on March 13, for a limited run through March 27, 2022. 

Bruise and Thorn are Nuyorican, queer, and tired af of their jobs at a busted-up laundromat in Jamaica, Queens. But not for long: Bruise is saving up to become a chef (like on “Chopped!”), and Thorn spits bars on street corners, one “America's Got Talent” audition away from becoming the Boricua Nikki Minaj. When the laundromat's basement turns out to be an illegal cockfighting ring, the cousins can't tell if this is an opportunity to cash out and become their most fabulous selves—or a trap to keep them locked into what everyone expects them to be.

Pipeline Theatre Company is committed to making their production of Bruise & Thorn affordable and accessible to everyone.  Recognizing the economic strain that many have suffered under COVID, and in order to make sure that price is not a barrier to attendance, tickets are priced in three tiers. Starting at $5 for previews and $10 for performances (after March 13), and ranging up to $60 for premium seating, the new model allows patrons to choose the price they can afford. Additionally, a discount code will be made available to residents of Jamaica, Queens allowing them to purchase Tier 1 tickets at a reduced price point—$1 for previews and $5 for performances after March 13. Tickets are available now pipelinetheatre.org/tickets.

The performance schedule for Bruise & Thorn is as follows: Wednesday-Sunday at 7PMSaturday at 2PM. Exceptions: there will be no 2PM performance on Saturday March 5. The performances on Sunday March 6 and Friday March 11 will be at 2PM, not 7PM. 












            MATTHEW BRODERICK                




Today, the TodayTix mobile lottery policy for the highly anticipated production of Neil Simon’s comedy Plaza Suite was announced ahead of the production’s first preview tomorrow, February 25. The official opening night is Monday, March 28, at Hudson Theatre (141 West 44th Street).


Plaza Suite has partnered with TodayTix to offer a limited number of $39 tickets via an exclusive mobile Lottery for every performance. The lottery for the first three previews, Friday, February 25 and both performances on Saturday, February 26, is now open. Starting February 28, the lottery will open for entries at midnight every Monday, and close four hours prior to the selected performance time. If selected, winners will have 30 minutes to claim and pay for their tickets through TodayTix. Tickets may be picked up at Hudson Theatre’s box office beginning one hour prior to the performance time. Single tickets are also available for purchase on the TodayTix app or website.


TodayTix takes the drama out of theatre ticketing. The company caters to today’s audiences with shows across the globe, prices that can’t be beat, and a frictionless, highly rated app. Founded in 2013, with its seamless platform, impressive reach, and first-to-market signature digital Lottery and mobile Rush programs, TodayTix works with over 2,000 partners in numerous markets to attract and engage millions of theatregoers across the world. 


TodayTix is part of TodayTix Group, the premier discovery and ticketing partner for cultural events across the globe, combining unparalleled inventory, an expansive multi-retailer ecosystem, and unique relationships with theatre and culture’s best. 


To learn more, visit www.todaytix.com or download TodayTix for iOS or Android. 


Tickets to Plaza Suite are also available at plazasuitebroadway.comhudsonbroadway.comwww.telecharge.com, by calling 855 801 5876, or at the Hudson Theatre box office.





Prospect Theater Company (Cara Reichel, Producing Artistic Director; Melissa Huber, Managing Director) announced today the complete cast and creative team for the world premiere of Notes From Now, directed and choreographed by Billy Bustamante. This brand-new musical anthology, bringing together songwriters from Broadway and beyond, will begin previews at 59E59 Theaters (59 East 59th Street) on Wednesday, March 2, with an official opening night set for Thursday, March 10. The strictly limited engagement is set to run through Sunday, March 20, 2022.

Notes From Now weaves together words and music to create a gallery of playful, provocative, and profound observations on the human journey. The line-up features newly-commissioned original songs created by 21 of today’s brightest musical theater writers: Jay AdanaTroy AnthonyMasi AsareJeff BlumenkrantzGeorgie Castilla and Jaime Lozano; Gretchen CryerTia DeShazor and Derrick ByarsAlexandra Elle and Stephen Schwartz; Adam GwonDouglas Lyons and Ethan PakcharPeter MillsRyan Scott Oliver; Michelle J. RodriguezAngela SclafaniPaulo K Tiról; and Amanda Yesnowitz and Deborah Abramson.

Notes From Now will play March 2 – 20, 2022 on the following performance schedule: Tuesdays – Fridays at 7pm; Saturdays at 2pm and 7pm; and Sundays at 2pm. There are Wednesday matinees at 2pm on March 9 and March 16.

Tickets, starting at $25 for “first look” performances, are now available and can be purchased by visiting 59e59.org or by calling 646-892-7999. Student Rush tickets and ’30 & Under’ Membership tickets are also available.

For more information, please visit ProspectTheater.org.
15) South Street Seaport Museum
Announces Monthly 
Sea Chanteys and Maritime Music Live Sing-Along
Now in Hybrid Version: Available Both In-Person and Online
Sunday, March 6, 2022, at 2pm ET

South Street Seaport Museum’s monthly sea-music event Sea Chanteys and Maritime Music – the original NYC chantey sing, now made popular on TikTok – continues on Sunday, March 6, 2022 at 2pm ET, with the option to participate either in-person or online. Join a round-robin of shared songs featuring members of The New York Packet and friends. Listen in, lead a song, and belt out the choruses for your neighbors to hear on the first Sunday of every month. The event is FREE. For more information and to sign up, visit seaportmuseum.org/chanteysing.

The in-person event will take place in the collaborative community space at The Corner, located at 25 Fulton Street, at the corner of Fulton and Water Streets, across the street from the Seaport Museum galleries. A large screen and speakers will allow song presentations from Zoom participants who are not onsite, and an onsite camera will allow in-person song leaders to present on Zoom. In-person participants will be required to provide proof of full vaccination as well as a booster. Masks will also be required. Before or after the sing, participants are invited to tour the Seaport Museum gallery exhibitions at 12 Fulton Street, as well as visit the 1885 tall ship Wavertree and the 1908 lightship Ambrose on Pier 16.

The virtual event will take place simultaneously on Zoom. Participants both near and far can register and receive a Zoom link 24 hours before the event. 





A new block of tickets for Broadway’s TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL is now on sale for performances through Sunday, November 20, 2022. Tickets are available at www.ticketmaster.com or at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre box office (205 West 46th Street).


Tickets for Broadway’s TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL range from $59.00 – $199.00 and are now on sale at www.ticketmaster.com.

A $45 ticket digital lottery is available at https://lottery.broadwaydirect.com/show/tina-ny. Powered by Broadway Direct, TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL’s digital lottery will open at 9AM the day before the performance and closed at 3PM the day before the performance. Winners will be notified by email shortly after each drawing and have 60 minutes to claim and pay for tickets online. Seat locations and number of tickets awarded by the lottery are subject to availability. Maximum 2 tickets per entry. Please note, lottery seats may be partial view.


The performance schedule for TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL is as follows: Tuesday and Thursday at 7pm and Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm, with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 3PM.


This vaccination policy is in effect for performances now through April 30, 2022.

Guests who wish to enter any of the NYC theatres owned and/or operated by the Nederlander Organization, Inc. including the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, will be required to follow the vaccine policy herein. 


In addition to a valid ticket, to be permitted to enter the theatre:

  • Guests ages 12 and older will need to be Vaccinated (as defined below) with an  FDA or WHO authorized vaccine AND present a government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license or passport. (Guests 12-18 may use a government-issued ID or school ID, with or without a photo.)
  • Guests ages 5 – 11 may enter the Theatre only when (1) accompanied by an adult who complies with the theatre entry requirements, and (2) providing full proof of vaccination of two doses of an FDA or WHO approved vaccine.
  • Guests under 5 are not permitted in the theatre.
  • Masks are required for all guests, regardless of vaccination status.



  • “Vaccinated” means on the day of the performance date as shown on the valid ticket, a guest has received (a) the second dose of an FDA or WHO authorized 2-dose COVID-19 vaccine, or (b) the single dose of an FDA or WHO authorized 1-dose vaccine or (c) for international guests, 2 doses of any “mix and match” combination of an FDA or WHO approved COVID-19 vaccines is acceptable.
  • Any guest whose last vaccine dose (excluding boosters) was fewer than 14 days before the date of performance must, in addition to meeting these requirements, also present proof of (a) a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of the performance time, or (b) a negative COVID-19 antigen test within 6 hours of performance time.
  • Proof of vaccination must come directly from the healthcare provider that performed the vaccination. Guests may display proof on a smartphone or present a physical copy. New York State residents, or anyone who received a COVID-19 vaccine in New York State, may present proof through the use of the Excelsior Pass (for more details, visit: epass.ny.gov) or any other CDC-approved digital app.


Entry will be denied for guests who do not provide the documentation as required above.


Other health & safety requirements may be required in addition to the vaccine. See further details on the Health & Safety Protocols.


The only exceptions are for guests who need reasonable accommodations due to a medical exception or a sincerely held religious belief. In these cases, guests must provide proof of ONE of the following instead of evidence of vaccination:

  • Negative COVID-19 PCR test performed by a medical provider within 72 hours of the performance start time.  The test results must clearly show the date and time of the test.


  • Negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test taken within 6 hours of the performance start time. The test results must clearly show the date and time of the test. This test may be performed by a medical professional or by using an over-the-counter testing kit.



Masks are required for all guests, regardless of vaccination status.  Masks must be worn at all times while visiting the Theatre except when eating or drinking in designated areas. All masks must completely cover the nose and mouth and comply with the CDC guidelines for acceptable face coverings.


Recognizing flexibility is key in our guests’ return to Broadway. As a result of COVID-19, Nederlander is implementing an exchange and refund policy for guests of all of its venues in NYC.  This policy will provide flexibility in the event a guest may be unable to attend a show due to illness, travel restrictions, or any other circumstances. Our guests may feel confident purchasing tickets in advance knowing this exchange or refund policy is in effect if they cannot attend the date and time originally purchased. When you request an exchange or a refund, the request will be approved with no questions asked and no additional service fees assessed provided the request meets the terms and conditions outlined herein. For more information on the refund and exchange policy visit www.broadwaydirect.com/exchanges-refunds/.

To learn more about Broadway’s commitment to a safe and responsible return for our audience, visit www.broadwaybrighter.com.

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