Theater & Shows in New York City

Up to 52% Off Brazilian Dinner at S.O.B.'s (Sounds of Brazil)

SoHo

$130 $65

Salsa on Friday evening and samba on Saturday evening at an intimate dinner club

"Avenue Q" – Up to $36 Off

New World Stages

$105 $69

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Tony-winning musical recounts the tale of a recent college grad in the city with bawdy songs and salty-mouthed puppets

Up to 52% Off Belly-Dancing Show

The Cafe on Broadway

$42 $20

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Jaida has performed for the Saudi royal family and Elektra at the Copacabana Club; both captivate audiences with their sinuous movess

Rockettes – Up to $45 Off "Heart and Lights" Musical Spectacular

Radio City Music Hall

$62.95 $44

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3D animation, larger-than-life puppetry, and The Rockettes' famous dance numbers fill a brand new musical set in New York

Up to 50% Off Concerts and Plays

The Wild Project

$30 $15

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Theater hosts such acts as singer-songwriters, an all-improv musical troupe, and new works from young playwrights

Up to 59% Off Cabaret Show

Uncle Charlie's

$24 $11

Innovative artistic outfit thrills audiences with freewheeling cabarets that directly support the artists, singers, and filmmakers

Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man- Up to 41% Off

The 777 Theatre

$96.90 $65

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Comedic show about advice for straight women hailed as “uproariously funny” and “saucy!”

"Rock of Ages" – Up to 43% Off Musical

Helen Hayes Theatre

$138 $79

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Jukebox musical repurposes the hair-metal hits of Twisted Sister, Journey, and Whitesnake into a light-hearted snobs vs. slobs tale

"Bullets Over Broadway" Starring Zach Braff – Up to 32% Off

St. James Theatre

$63.25 $43

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Tony-winner Susan Stroman transforms Woody Allen's 1920's tale of playwrights and gangsters into a Broadway musical starring Zach Braff

"Riding the Midnight Express with Billy Hayes" – Up to 49% Off Play

St. Luke's Theatre

$76 $39

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Subject of the Oscar-winning film "Midnight Express" recounts his time in Turkish prison and subsequent escape in a one-man show

"Mama and Her Boys" – Up to 47% Off Musical Revue

Clinton

$22.50 $12

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Musical revue explores the tender, sometimes touchy relationship between mothers and sons with Broadway hits and deep cuts

"Body Worlds" – Up to 46% Off Exhibit

Discovery Times Square

$23.41 $13

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Exquisitely preserved specimens show the inner workings of human anatomy, letting guests gaze at real muscles, nerves, and blood vessels

Up to 46% Off Dating Seminar

Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College

$35 $19

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Internationally renowned dating guru shares encouragement and advice to help women find and maintain relationships

"Disaster!" – Up to 49% Off Musical Comedy

St. Luke's Theatre

$88.75 $45

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A glamorous night on a floating discotheque goes awry in a spoof of '70s disaster flicks, complete with a score of classic songs of the era

Gazillion Bubble Show – Up to 47% Off

New World Stages

$84.25 $45

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A family who has honed its show for more than 20 years creates and layers dazzling bubbles amid colorful lasers

52% Off Murder-Mystery Dinner Show

Zanger Hall

$60 $29

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

Actors Temple – Up to $30 Off "Girls Night: The Musical"

Actors Temple

$79.50 $49

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Five women share life stories, provoke bawdy laughs, and sing classic songs during a night of karaoke in a nationally touring musical

Up to 60% Off Real Estate Buying Seminar

Intercontinental Hotel Gotham Ballroom

$50 $20

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Duo of experienced financial and real estate experts help potential buyers learn about purchasing property in New York City

Blue Man Group – Up to $28.30 Off

Astor Place Theatre

$92.30 $64

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Acclaimed trio specializes in multimedia theatrical shows that combine music and comedy with unconventional percussion and colorful visuals

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Beer, wine and comedy at a cheap price? No wonder so many people pack Chelsea’s Magnet Theater daily. Shows here run the gamut from long form improv and scripted sketch comedy to storytelling and a variety of free performance opportunities for anyone willing to get on stage. Shows at the Magnet never seem to top $10, and are often free. The 70-odd seats don’t make for a very big venue, but that also means there isn't a bad spot in the house, and you’ll have a perfect sightline the next time some celebrity drops in to perform. Classes in improv, storytelling and comedy writing are also offered at the Training Center Studio, one block north. If you’re looking for a cheap laugh, or want to inspire it in others, the Magnet is a great place to start.

254 W 29th St
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Founded by philosopher, playwright, and actor Johannes Galli, the Galli Theater celebrates childhood and strives to help its actors and audiences reveal their true selves with modern adaptations of fairy tales. Each year the nonprofit organization produces more than eight family-friendly productions designed to "help participants gain self-confidence, learn new languages and cultures, improve acting skills, and increase health and wellness," according to its website. With performances of well-known and widely loved titles such as Aladdin, The Princess and the Pea, and Snow White, both audiences and actors leave each show having learned valuable life lessons and different clapping styles.

347 W 36th St
New York,
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Within the intimate confines of the 13th Street Repertory Company, actor and comedian Andrew Goffman relives his transformation from child to man during a comedic one-man show. He spins the tale of his fall from innocence, which began with the discovery of his father’s collection of 96 erotic VHS tapes and his teddy bear's secret life as an illegal arms dealer. Having performed in 158 venues across North America, Goffman relies on his comedic chops to make audiences guffaw throughout the 90-minute performance.

50 W 13th St
New York,
NY
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Written by Warran Manzi, Perfect Crime has compelled and delighted audiences for 23 years with its thrilling plot and mysterious characters, earning the impressive distinction as the longest-running non-musical play in New York theater history. Actress Catherine Russell's juggernaut run in the lead role of Margaret Brent stretches back to the original performance in 1987, earning her the moniker “the Cal Ripken of Broadway.” Sit and spectate as she plays a Harvard-educated psychiatrist charged with killing her affluent British husband over and over for the last 23 years. The play also stars Saved by the Bell's George McDaniel as a deranged patient and All My Children's Richard Shoberg as the detective trying to figure out who committed murder and who stole his lip balm before the show.

210 W 50th St
New York,
NY
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With the recent success of Slumdog Millionaire and the return of the McRib, Bollywood influence is quickly spreading and slowly infusing its upbeat and tastefully seductive moves into the American dance scene. Since 2005, Dhoonya has been at the forefront of this dance dance revolution, which was solidified when they made it to the big leagues—Oprah. The team features a solid army of dedicated move masters ready to take newcomers under their wing like a stoic eagle adopting an abecedarian puffin.

219 W 19th St
New York,
NY
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For 26 years, The Drama Desk and Coming Up Taller Award-winning TADA! has been providing young people of all different backgrounds, including a large number of disadvantaged children and families, the opportunity to explore and perform musical theater together in an educational, supportive, and professional environment.

15 W 28th St
New York,
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