One of the biggest attractions in New York City is Broadway, where you will find the best and most dazzling theater offerings in the world. Here you will find all the necessary information to know, visit this theatrical circuit and enjoy the shows that you like the most.
New York is the symbol of the show. You have to take advantage of your visit to the city to witness the incredible shows. You can see some of the many lists of the best musicals, to know which one to choose, although the most outstanding are: ‘The Lion King’, which has been on the billboard since 1997, is the best of all. And that is why there are usually no tickets for this one at TKTS, which you find on the red stairs of Times Square: behind them there are some small lockers next to a panel where you can see the shows available that day and the prices, reduced , of the tickets that can be purchased for the same day. You can also enjoy ‘Aladdin’, based on the Disney movie, it has incredible special effects such as the genie coming out of a lamp, an authentic flying carpet, and a staging of crying with emotion; but there are also the classics ‘Chicago’ or ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, as well as more modern ones, such as ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’, which hit Broadway in 2021.
It has been 50 years since the premiere of GREASE in the Majestic Theater in New York. It was on February 14, 1972 the first time that the world was able to see this production that, six years later, in 1978, was brought to the big screen. It was precisely the film version of the musical that made GREASE known internationally, generating a great cultural and social impact throughout the world.
The musical “The Phantom of the Opera” celebrates 34 years of being on the billboard of the mecca of theater, Broadway.
It was on January 26, 1988 that this staging raised the curtain at the Majestic Theater in New York City, in the heart of the theater district.
Since then, there have been several actors who have given life to the Phantom, the main character of the story and who is in love with the young dancer and opera singer Christine Daaé.
Based on Gastón Leroux’s book “Le fantóme de L’Ópera”, in which a young dancer and aspiring opera singer, Christine Daaé, becomes the muse and strange obsession of a ghost at the Paris Opera. It’s a timeless love story, and I think it has a little bit of everything. You have this man who has fallen in love with someone. He’s not from that world and the woman is attracted to someone she’s more connected to,” says Crawford.
“There’s the fight for love. There is intrigue. There are the twists and turns. It has a bit of everything. Y creo que es por eso que “El fantasma de la ópera” ha sido capaz de resistir el paso del tiempo”, añade el actor.
Miranda encargado de la banda sonora de “Encanto”, entró en el mundo del espectáculo pisando Broadway con dos musicales, “In the Heights” y “Hamilton”, que acumularon 16 nominaciones a los premios Tony, la máxima distinción del circuito teatral.
La canción “We Don’t Talk About Bruno”, de la banda sonora de la película “Encanto”, resiste firme por tercera semana consecutiva al frente de Billboard Hot 100, la principal lista de popularidad musical en Estados Unidos. El tema interpretado por Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz y el elenco del filme inspirado en el folclor colombiano sigue igualando registros históricos de películas de Disney.