Entertainment

"Blue Man Group" (©Lindsey Best)

These popular shows have been running for a while for a reason—they’re fantastic(k)!

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.

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