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Your Broadway Experience Toolkit

If there ever was a quintessential New York experience, then it has to be watching a Broadway show. Heading to the Theater District and watching a classic Broadway production is an experience that can never get old. Attracting the world’s best theater artists, set designers and musicians; Broadway continues to set the global standard of what a theater show should be like and is a must-experience when visiting New York.

Broadway consists of 41 theaters and we understand how daunting it can get to choose which show to watch. It doesn’t matter if it’s your first time in New York, travelling with your family, looking for shows that are light on the pocket or simply wish to watch the best show that there is - Broadway is home to shows that are perfect for people from all walks of life.


Taking the forms of comedy, farce, parody, satire, tragedy or drama, storytelling has many forms and watching the best of the best in Broadway plays is one of the most popular things to do in New York.

Christmas on Broadway

From unforgettable plays to enchanting musicals to dazzling operas, Christmas on Broadway has something in store for everyone. Cherish the season of giving by watching one (or more) of these Christmas Broadway shows.

Celebs on Stage

Be it Matthew Broderick in Sylvia or Bruce Willis in Misery, celebrities on Broadway have always been an attraction. Here is a curated collection of shows that feature celebrities from the world of television, movies and music.

Ballet & Dance

Be mesmerized by some of the most exquisite ballet performances this season produced by the NYCB ballet company.

Kids and Family

From Disney classics to historical fantasies, Broadway is home to many productions that make for a perfect viewing with your family. Take your pick from our favorites that offer a wholesome Broadway experience for the entire family.


Is music an integral aspect of your love for theatre? Then chances are, operas just might be your thing. Choose any of the opera shows listed below and you’re in for a magical evening!

Off Broadway

There are numerous theatres throughout New York that host award-winning theater shows and some of the most popular musicals and plays in New York. Check out some of the best off-broadway shows in New York.

Closing Soon

Don’t miss this chance to watch shows that are closing soon on Broadway! Get access to a wide selection of exclusive tickets & combo passes at incredibly discounted prices.

Choosing the Best Seats

Broadway theaters are huge. One important defining characteristic for a theater to be classified as a Broadway theater is that it has to have a minimum of 500 seats. Seats in a Broadway house are usually spread across three sections.


The Orchestra is the section closest to the stage and it offers the best views in the house. Along with the views, sitting here will place you closer to the action, making your Broadway experience that much more intimate. When it comes to pricing, seats in the front center of the Orchestra are the most expensive while seats in the back and to the sides are relatively cheaper. If the seats are available, we recommend you try to sit as close to the stage as possible and if not, go for the side seats in the Orchestra or the first few rows in the Mezzanine.


The Mezzanine is the first elevated seating section of the theater. The first few rows of the Mezzanine offer stunning panoramic views of the stage and are often considered to be among the best seats in the house. Located above the Orchestra, seats in the Mezzanine will have you looking down at the stage rather than looking up. Though the front central seats in the Mezzanine are sometimes as costly as central Orchestra seats, most of the section is relatively cheaper and offers the perfect combination of good views and affordable pricing.


Though some theaters are limited to only Orchestra and Mezzanine seats, many of the larger theaters have an additional Balcony section. The Balcony is a level above the Mezzanine and also the furthest away from the stage. The cheapest seats in a Broadway house are often found in the Balcony section. Though you do get to see most of the stage from a bird’s-eye view, to place yourself so far away from the stage is quite a compromise to make.