There's nothing like the thrill of anticipation that comes with a ticket to a live Broadway performance. That stiff little rectangle of cardboard contains a lot more than just your row and seat number: it's a passport to a magical experience!
America's theatrical traditions span centuries and include legends--Imagine having tickets to see Edwin Booth, Sarah Bernhardt, the Barrymores, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontaine, Helen Hayes in Victoria Regina, Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire or Ethel Merman in Annie Get Your Gun. How about tickets to a show like Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King or A Chorus Line, which have been running for years?
Anybody can watch a movie, or tune into a TV show, but seeing real actors in person, on stage, is different. When the lights dim and the curtain slowly rises, what we see is unique, once-in-a-lifetime, never to be repeated. The actors perform without the safety net of a retake, and your live reaction from across the footlights will tell them how they're doing. Will this be the show when the leading player can't appear, the audience groans in disappointment, the understudy steps into the role and -- a star is born?
While theatrical history may not happen every time that you buy a ticket, there IS always a special excitement, an unmatchable intensity, when you're sitting in a darkened theater, actually there, enjoying a fine cast presenting a play live for your entertainment. Don't miss this chance for an experience you'll remember for years to come. Curtain's at eight!
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