Broadway Shows to Bring the Family To



September in New York will surely give you something to sing about with the arrival of its annual Broadway Week. Running from September 3 to 16, the program offers 2-for-1 tickets for a number of its most famed shows. Here are our top recommendations for shows to bring the family to.


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With dazzling costumes, intricate setwork and heartful musical numbers (who can ever really resist A Whole New World?), Aladdin, one Disney’s most beloved films, glides to life at The New Amsterdam Theatre. The show also promises brand-new songs especially written for the production.

See here for ticketing information.


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Journey back to a time of dancing bears, painted wings, the story of the young and courageous, Anastasia. While the history presented isn’t the most accurate, it’s difficult not to fall in love with this tale of family unification, romance and wanderlust.

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We’re all pretty familiar with a girl named Dorothy, her little dog Toto and the story of Oz. But with over 50 major awards under its cloak, the story of Wicked pulls back the emerald curtain and tells the story of a smart, brave and green-skinned girl named, Elphaba, asking “how did she become so… wicked?”

This one sells out quick, so be sure to book early.  


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One of Disney’s biggest films in recent years has now become a Broadway hit. Frozen follows the tale of two sisters separated by an icy secret, laced with catchy tunes (good luck letting go of Let It Go), big dance breaks and a joyous final act. See the magic this September at the St James Theatre.

More information can be found here.

SpongeBob Squarepants

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Perhaps the most surprising entry to the Broadway circuit is the musical adaptation of Nickelodeon’s prized cartoon, SpongeBob Squarepants. Revisit our favorite underwater town, Bikini Bottom, as Spongebob and his ragtag friends attempt to save it from absolute destruction. The show features original music from artists such as Steve Tyler, John Legend, Sara Bareilles, Cyndi Lauper and the late, David Bowie.

Catch the fun while you can!

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