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"Churchill" at New World Stages, February 6–April 5 (Up to 42% Off). Offer Powered by Telecharge.com

"Churchill"

New World Stages (Stage 5)

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Writer-performer Ronald Keaton inhabits the legendary Prime Minister in a critically acclaimed performance

$67 $39

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"50 Shades! The Musical Parody" at The Elektra Theatre on March 10–April 5 (Up to 55% Off)

"50 Shades! The Musical Parody"

The Elektra Theatre

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Parody of the bestselling “Fifty Shades of Grey” with original songs by a live band, hilarious dialogue, and dance numbers

$86 $39

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Bachelorette Party Package at "Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man" Through March 31 (Up to 35% Off)

"Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man"

The 777 Theatre

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Romantic comedy with benefits dishes advice for straight women and is hailed as “uproariously funny” and “saucy!”

$76.90 $55

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Derek Hough, Laura Benanti & the Rockettes Star in the brand new "New York Spring Spectacular"

New York Spring Spectacular

Radio City Music Hall

3D effects, larger-than-life puppetry, and The Rockettes’ famous high-kicking dance numbers fill a brand new musical that spans New York

$65.70 $49

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"Radio City Christmas Spectacular" Starring the Rockettes (Up to 50% Off). Showtimes Available, Dec. 4–24

Rockettes

Midtown Manhattan

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World-famous high-kicking dance troupe premieres a new set piece amid timeless holiday showstoppers

$93.20 $47

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"Ghost Brothers of Darkland County" at Beacon Theatre on November 24 at 7:30 p.m.

"The Ghost Brothers of Darkland County"

Upper West Side

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Supernatural gothic musical from Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T-Bone Burnett stirs audiences with a haunting story and rootsy score

$63.55 $39.60

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"The Last Ship" at Neil Simon Theatre Through December 21 (Up to 38% Off)

"The Last Ship"

Neil Simon Theatre

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A musical scored by Sting chronicles love, hope, and community in a small English shipbuilding town

$63.75 $49

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New York Mets One-Day Presale on 2015 Home Games. Starting at $11.

NY Mets

Citi Field

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Nab tickets to any home game before the Mets charge into a 2015 season packed with exciting matchups and promotions

$11

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"Africa Umoja" at Symphony Space, January 6–8 (Up to 48% Off)

"Africa Umoja"

Symphony Space

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Globe-trotting revue celebrates South African culture with both centuries-old traditions and more recent dance styles

$75 $39

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Gazillion Bubble Show at New World Stages, Nov. 21–Feb. 22 (Up to 57% Off). Offer Powered by Telecharge.com.

Gazillion Bubble Show

New World Stages

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

$82 $45

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"The Fantasticks" at The Theater Center Through March 31 (Up to 56% Off)

"The Fantasticks"

The Theater Center - Jerry Orbach Theater

The world’s longest-running musical tells a story of young love, feuding families, and a mysterious man

$83.50 $37

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"Going Once! Laughing Twice!!" on February 27–March 27 (Up to 58% Off). Offer Powered by Telecharge.com.

Going Once! Laughing Twice!!

St. Luke's Theatre

Audiences get in on the fun as the bidders in a totally off-the-wall fine art auction

$69.50 $29

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"Perfect Crime" at Snapple Theater Through March 31, 2015 (Up to $ Off)

"Perfect Crime"

Snapple Theater

The city’s longest-running play details the mysterious circumstances surrounding the murder of a wealthy Connecticut man

$68.25 $30

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"Jersey Boys" at August Wilson Theatre on February 18–March 18 (Up to 41% Off). Offer Powered by Telechargeoffers.com

Jersey Boys

August Wilson Theatre

Tony-winning musical about Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons features songs including “Walk Like a Man” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”

$97 $57

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Bad Dancing World Championship Finals!!! on February 25–March 23 (Up to 52%Off)

Bad Dancing World Championship Finals!!!

The Lounge at Roy Arias Stages

Bad dancers show off the most terrible, cringe-inducing moves they can muster in an 80-minute show

$58 $29

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"Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe" Through April 30 (Up to 59% Off)

Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe

New World Stages / Stage 1

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The eerie biography of Edgar Allan Poe haunts the stage with stylized costumes, tinkling music, and puppetry

$95 $39

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Music at the Institute Concert Series on December 6, January 18, February 7, March 7, or April 4 (Up to 40% Off)

Music at the Institute Concert Series

Ukrainian Institute of America

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Each show is preceded by a pre-concert talk

$30 $18

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"Drunk Shakespeare" at The Lounge, April 8–30 (Up to 52% Off)

"Drunk Shakespeare"

Roy Arias Theater

The show that TimeOut New York calls a “live-action Drunk History” always starts the same way: one cast member downs shots of whiskey

$58 $29

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Broadway Revue, Concert, or Cabaret Performance at 54 Below Through February 28 (Up to 46% Off)

54 Below

54 Below

Broadway and cabaret icons such as “queen of American caberet” Ann Hampton Callaway take the stage for solo shows and musical revues

$35 $19

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A rare outlet for commercially sanctioned laughter in downtown Los Angeles, Garrett Morris’ Downtown Blues and Comedy Club helps visitors escape the stresses of the workweek with a rotating stable of top-tier standup talent every Friday and Saturday. Comic legend Garrett Morris, now seen as Earl on CBS’ 2 Broke Girls, hosts showcases of comic talent with charming wit and tales of how he outlived the original cast of Saturday Night Live. The bill remains consistently loaded with fresh-faced and seasoned funny folk, with past luminaries including George Lopez, Margaret Cho, and Wayne Brady, along with aspiring stars in the twilight before their first mismatched-marriage sitcom. Keeping true to its name and Morris’ roots in the New Orleans music scene, the venue often punctuates its comedy shows with performances from top blues artists—including Morris himself, who has lent his soulful pipes to the Harry Belafonte Singers—that add melody to the mirth. While weekend shows feature Garrett’s hosting and harmonies along with the headlining acts, the Thursday Night Experience allows youthful burgeoning comics and musicians to hog the spotlight.
1626 Broadway
New York,
New York
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Hershey Theatre The Hershey Theatre, conceived in 1933 by noted philanthropist and chocolatier Milton S. Hershey, stands as an opulent tribute to the performing arts. Taking architectural cues from Saint Mark’s Basilica in Venice, the foyer’s towering arches gleam with golden paint and crystal chandeliers. The blue-and-gold mosaic that leads to the main seating area is the masterwork of two German artists who spent two years on its construction. Once inside the theater, audiences might think they’ve stepped onto the streets of Venice thanks to the atmospheric ceiling, stonework facades, and gondoliers paddling them to their seats. ####Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Music has permeated the 800 manicured acres where the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts has stood since 1969, when farmer Max Yasgur agreed to let love, peace, and harmony grow wild at the very first Woodstock festival. These days, the renowned outdoor venue and cultural center continues to attract the biggest acts in music to its pavilion stage. The open-air design ensures ample ventilation on the natural sloping lawn, and a roof protects up to 15,000 fans from inclement weather and the prying eyes of Cessna pilots.
17 Irving Place
New York,
NY
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Sarah Harmer's latest album, Oh Little Fire, received a rave review from the Washington Post and the BBC. Harmer was also recently featured on NPR and in the Dallas Morning News
127 E 23rd St.
New York,
NY
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Presiding over the south side of the Lincoln Center's main plaza, the David H. Koch Theater is undergoing a 10-year renovation to keep it as stunning as the day it opened during the 1964 World's Fair. Even without restoration, the theater's 7,875-square-foot promenade creates a magnificent backdrop to the plaza's fountain—particularly at twilight, when the floors of inlaid travertine marble glow in golden harmony with 40-foot ceilings filigreed with gold leaf. Classical statuary bookends the lobby, and four balcony levels give visitors plenty of vantage points during intermission. For decades, patrons of the New York City Ballet (and, until 2008, the New York City Opera) have ascended the spiral staircases and bathed in the light of the auditorium's spherical chandelier, the luminous center of the ceiling's ornate flower pattern. The David H. Koch Theater also plays host each year to a variety of local and international dance troupes, such as the Paul Taylor Dance Company, Shen Yun Performing Arts, and the Nederlands Dans Theater.
131 West 55th Street
New York,
NY
US
Raindance began as a thought experiment: can you make a movie with no money or experience, and without going to film school? 22 years, later Raindance now has 12 film networking and training hubs worldwide, and runs the largest indie film festival in Europe, the Raindance Film Festival. They provide hands on training, networking events, financing opportunities, and an innovative Membership program to help new and emerging filmmakers get their projects made. Raindance's practical filmmaking and writing workshops break the daunting cinema-creation process into digestible workshops as industry professionals help to elevate the aptitude of independent filmmakers. Students can select courses that teach film industry basics including how to build a budget, choose a camera, and promote themselves. As a non-profit training and networking organization that works to promote and support filmmaking throughout the world, many classes conclude with networking sessions at local bars where participants can trade business cards to further their cinematic pursuits.
66 East 4th Street
New York,
NY
US
Though they hail from all over the world, the instructors at Bellyqueen are united by their passion for belly dance. Their dedication to the Middle Eastern art?and their eagerness to educate others about the empowering, often misunderstood dance form?led co-founder Kaeshi Chai to established their own bellydancing company and school in the East Village. Kaeshi's enthusiasm has caught on?since opening in 1998, Bellyqueen has gained acclaim for its unconventional workouts welcoming participants of all sizes and skill levels. Today, the bustling studio continues to teach traditional bellydancing techniques while incorporating world-fusion styles. Experienced instructors guide guests through the sensual movements, encouraging them as they practice footwork, breath, and presentation. When they aren?t fine-tuning their routines to eyeball-enticing perfection, students can watch Bellyqueen?s professional dancers perform at weekly Djam NYC shows at Jebon and special events.
440 Lafayette Street
New York,
NY
US
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