Broadway Theater Accommodates Holiday Goers With Special Schedules

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Broadway theaters are accommodation visitors with special schedules during the holiday season 

New York, NY — The holidays are a perfect time to see a show. Broadway performs every day of the week at multiple curtain times to accommodate every schedule, including holidays.

During Thanksgiving and Christmas weeks, some shows are changing their performance schedules. Alternate curtain times – including special matinees and evening performances – provide a variety of opportunities to better accommodate the changing schedules of theatregoers throughout holiday weeks.

“With this season’s diverse assortment of new and classic musicals and plays, you’ll see signing, singing, rapping, tapping, and rocking out! Our stories are about historical, fictional, and even canine characters. There is an abundance of show choices and a variety of curtain times available to make planning your Broadway holiday gift list even easier,” says Charlotte St. Martin, President of The Broadway League. “Broadway performs every day of the week at multiple curtain times so you can see the perfect show at the perfect time, especially during the holidays.”

Some shows will play on Thanksgiving Day, and many shows will play Friday matinees that week. During Christmas week, in addition to some Christmas Eve and Christmas Day performances, alternate curtain times include Sunday matinees and evening performances. Check Broadway.org to see the holiday performance schedules and easily find out where and when shows are playing.

FOR COMPLETE HOLIDAY SCHEDULE, GO TO BROADWAY.ORG

Broadway Performance Times for Thanksgiving Week

Broadway Performance Times for Christmas Week

BROADWAY.ORG is the official one-stop destination for Broadway tickets and information in New York City, across North America, and internationally. The site provides up-to-date show and theatre information in eight languages, a guide to hotel and dining options in Manhattan’s Theatre District, and general information about Broadway theatre-going. It provides access to show tickets at all price points to current and upcoming shows, direct from the theatres’ official ticketing offices.

BROADWAY.ORG features a deep integration between the New York City and touring shows. Site users can locate theatres across North America where Broadway shows are playing, and link to their official sites for more information. If they are on the page for a Broadway show, they will also be able to easily view its upcoming tour stops both in North America and internationally; and when on the page for a show on tour, will be able to see that it is also playing in New York and get information on that production.

London has its own information page and the listings are highlighted on the international page and the international tab on the show pages.

The website includes an associated mobile site and mobile apps for iOS and Android.

Visit www.BroadwayLeague.com, or follow The Broadway League on Twitter @TheBwayLeague or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BroadwayLeagueBROADWAY.ORG is the League’s official on-line headquarters for Broadway in NYC, on tour, and internationally. Download the free Broadway.org mobile app for iOS or Android, and the free IBDB mobile app for iOS or Android.

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