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The streets of the Theater District are a stage in their own right, presenting the awe, excitement, and surprise of those who cross them for the first—or even the thousandth—time. They always bustle with an endless cast of characters, but it usually requires a ticket to one of the storied theaters for a true glimpse into Broadway.
Not so with Walkin' Broadway—this guided audio tour allows visitors to experience the collective history of the Great White Way while walking the streets. Guests don headsets to hear the exclusive recording, filled with clips from more than 40 Broadway contributors, including actors, producers, directors, theater owners, and designers. Groups will listen to original cast recordings and anecdotes Playbill called "humorous and historical," intertwined with directions and input from their live guide. The guides are all seasoned performers, with stage credits that include singing with the Boston Concert Opera and playing Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. The caliber of the tour's guides isn't surprising, considering Walkin' Broadway was founded by television and radio personality Elliott Forrest, Don Frantz, the associate producer of Broadway's The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast.
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