Want to unlock the musical magic of Greenwich Village? It helps to have a key. Or 88.
Pianos. We're talking about pianos.
Hit the Village streets with an actual musical theatre performer for an epic Piano Bar Pub Crawl. Join in joyous renditions of your favorite showtunes. Enjoy a drink or two or several. Explore up and down both Christopher Street and Gay Street. Learn about the history, culture, and LGBT spirit of the Village. Tap into its artistic side. Sing and drink some more.
Venue stops include Julius', the city's oldest gay bar, and the Stonewall Inn, site of the 1969 gay rights riots. Then, finish up at Marie's Crisis Cafe, an historic haven for musical theatre performers.
It's going to be a gay old time.
Note: Drinking is not required to enjoy this fun-filled evening, but because the tour goes into the bars/taverns/pubs, no one under the age of 21 is allowed. 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 to know Greenwich Village during a piano pub crawl hitting several prominent gay hangouts
- Learn about the Village's musical theatre influences and sing along to popular show tunes
- Enhance the fun with drinks and food
- Boost your spirits during an informative and social outing
About this Activity
|Price||$40.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.