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Before you go
New York Broadway Shows
At any given time, there are 40 shows running on Broadway. And when you're a guest at Hilton Garden Inn Central Park South, they're less than ½ mile from the hotel. Enjoy one of the many Tony Award-winning musicals, including "The Book of Mormon," "Kinky Boots", "Jersey Boys", and the revival of "Cabaret." If drama is your thing, you'll want to check out such fine classic plays as "A Raisin in the Sun," "Of Mice and Men" and "Waiting For Godot." Grab a meal before or after the show at one of many area restaurants.
Most Broadway shows follow this schedule
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday - 8:00pm
Wednesday & Saturday - 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday - 3:00pm
Monday - Closed
Annual Flea Market & Grand Auction
Spotlight on Broadway
New York City is a hotbed of great restaurants. And when you’re going to a Broadway show, you’ll have an abundance of choices. Joe Allen, a traditional dining option for the theatre crowd, features classic American fare. Italian eateries are everywhere, such as Insieme, La Messeria and Tony’s Di Napoli. You can also indulge in fabulous French cuisine at Marseille.
If you’re getting a group together to see a Broadway show, make it easy on yourself and do it through Broadway.com. Once you pick the play or musical you want to see, Broadway.com will help you make the payment with the theater box office. They’ll even help you pick out a show to see. Call 800-BROADWAY, ext. 2 or visit www.broadway.com.
What are some of the more popular Broadway shows to see?
You’ll have plenty of popular shows to choose from. Musicals range from “The Book of Mormon” and “Newsies” to “Kinky Boots” and “Jersey Boys” and the revival of “Cabaret” located across the street from the hotel. Dramas include “Of Mice and Men,” “All The Way,” “A Raisin in the Sun,” and “Mothers and Sons.”
Are there many Broadway shows that are kid-friendly?
Most of the shows on the Great White Way are for mature audiences. However, there are several that meet kid-friendly criteria. Based on the 1994 Disney film, “The Lion King” musical has been dazzling audiences of all ages since 1998. Young theatre-goers will also be drawn to “Cinderella” and “Matilda,” which is based on the children’s book by Roald Dahl.