Friday, November 30, 2007


From I Love New York Theater:
Free Concert Celebrates Broadway's Return!

Shows Resume Normal Performance Schedules on Thursday, November 29

Free concert set for November 30 with all shows set to participate

Broadway Welcomes Fans Back With Special Offers

Broadway theatres light their lights once again on Thursday evening, November 29. Enter site for performance schedules, show descriptions, official websites, and ticketing links.

To celebrate Broadway's return, the theatre community is presenting a Free Concert at noon on Friday, November 30 at the Marquis Theatre. The event will include performances and special appearances by cast members from all current Broadway shows, many in costume. There will also be special performances by Angela Lansbury; Bernadette Peters; The Color Purple's Fantasia; the Tony Award®-winning creator of The Drowsy Chaperone, Bob Martin; and others. Featuring full orchestra led by Seth Rudetsky.

Free Concert
Marquis Theatre
1535 Broadway at 45th Street
Friday November 30 - 12:00 noon
Doors Open at 11:30 a.m.

Performers and appearances subject to change
Admission is free, first come first served.

Broadway is also welcoming back its fans with an array of special offers, Times Square restaurant deals, a sweepstakes, and more. Keep checking back for details.

The TKTS Discount Booth in Duffy Square will open early at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, November 30!
Photo: David Marc Fischer


Myra said...

Fantasia didn't show. Someone pointed out the Disney shows weren't represented. Bob Martin as Man-in-Chair was amazing and hilarious, especially when his neighbor Bob Saget stopped by to borrow the cast recording of Gypsy, failing to specify which one! It was really cool to see everyone in costume together.

David Marc Fischer said...

Thanks--the Gypsy gag sounds very funny! Maybe it'll end up online?

Interesting about the Disney shows. More Broadway politics?