Showtune superfan? As in, “known to let rip an impromptu rendition outside the shower now and then?” We’re not one to stand in the way of true talent, so here’s a NYC experience that ought to be music to your ears!
Traipse about Times Square with knowledgeable musical theatre guide for a 90-minute dive into NYC’s legendary song and dance scene. Learn about the history of Broadway and musical theatre in New York from the Vaudeville era to present day, and enjoy anecdotes about some of the stage’s brightest stars. Visit the George M. Cohan Statue, Shubert Alley, Sardi’s Restaurant, Broadway Souvenir Store, and the Gershwin Theatre lobby.
You'll even team up with your guide to belt out a few hit showtunes along the way! It's weird, but it's New York, so also perfectly normal.
Note: Please note that you will not go inside any of the equity or non-equity theatres due to union restrictions however the vendor will entertain you with backstage stories and personal experiences.
Please note children 10 and under are free!
What to expect
- Get an inside look at New York’s Broadway scene alongside a local musical theatre aficionado
- Learn all about history of musical theatre in NYC and its biggest players
- Visit signature sites such as the Gershwin Theater, Shubert Alley, and Sardi’s
- Work your own musical magic by singing showtunes with your guide
About this Activity
|Price||$50.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.