Entertainment

Josh Groban and company in "Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812" (©Chad Batka)

Enjoy 2-for-1 ticket prices from January 17 through February 5! (Yes, Broadway Week is 20 days. Embrace it.)

Cast of "In Transit" (©Joan Marcus)

The first a cappella musical on Broadway will fill your heart with hope.

Josh Groban in "Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812" (©Chad Batka)

Here’s some of my favorite Broadway shows from the past year.

Adam Pascal (center) as Will Shakespeare in "Something Rotten!" (©Joan Marcus)

Make sure to catch these shows before they close between Dec. 31 and Jan. 8!

Ben Platt and the cast of "Dear Evan Hansen" (©Matthew Murphy)

After successful runs in D.C. and Off-Broadway, this emotional new musical about feeling lost is sure to be the new “It” show on Broadway.

"A Bronx Tale" (©Joan Marcus)

This new musical, co-directed by Robert De Niro, tugs on your heart as you watch a young man come of age in the 1960s.

(Courtesy MSGE)

When you’re in NYC and want to spend a couple cozy hours inside, here’s what I recommend for Christmas-themed entertainment.

(l-r) Molly Ringwald and Hannah Dunne in "Terms of Endearment" at 59E59 Theaters. (©Carol Rosegg)

Molly Ringwald stars in this stage adaptation of the literary and cinematic tearjerker.

(l-r) Zane Paris, Thomas Mann, Bubba Weiler, William Hochman, Yaron Lotan, Cody Kostro and Jason Sudeikis (©Joan Marcus)

Classic Stage Company brings the theatrical adaptation of the Oscar-winning film to life, starring Jason Sudeikis in the Robin Williams role.

(Courtesy White Rabbit Red Rabbit)

The first rule of “White Rabbit Red Rabbit” is you don’t talk about “White Rabbit Red Rabbit.” Here’s why…

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