New York City Entertainment Deals

$67 -- Pulitzer-Winner w/Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne & More
 
Source: 'Long Day's Journey into Night' | By Travelzoo Staff

"Long Day's Journey into Night" has earned 7 Tony Nominations
Through June 26

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Source: The Roundabout Theatre Company

Orchestra seats are $79 (reg. $109)
Through May 29

 
Source: 'Something Rotten!'

"Something Rotten" is one of the silliest, most fun musicals on Broadway right now
Through Sept. 4

 
Source: Lincoln Center

A youth choir, professional gospel ensemble and live orchestra take the stage at Lincoln Center for a night of spiritual song and upbeat pop music.
Friday, June 17, at 7 p.m.

 
Source: Winter Garden Theatre

'School of Rock' is 'an exuberant feel-good musical' (Variety)
Through Oct. 2

 
Source: 'Les Misérables'

The must-see musical features beloved songs such as "I Dreamed a Dream" and "One Day More"
Through Sept. 1

 
Source: New York Mets

Save up to 40% on tickets to upcoming games at Citi Field
May 18, 30, 31; June 15; July 5

 
Source: Big Apple Circus

Big Apple Circus returns to Queens with a new, 1920s-inspired production, "The Grand Tour.” Travelzoo members save up to 55% on tickets.
May 15, 18-22, 25-30, 2016

 
Source: Broadhurst Theatre

Newsday calls it an "enchanting sweetheart of a musical."
through Sunday, May 29

 
Source: 'Avenue Q'

The 2004 Tony Award winner for Best Musical is "one of the funniest shows you're ever likely to see" (Entertainment Weekly).
May 30 - Sept. 5

 
Source: 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show'

Save 40% on tickets to the "mesmerizing" show
June 11 - Oct. 30

 
Source: "Bright Star"

"Bright Star" also has Orchestra seats for $69
Through Sept. 4

 
Source: Live Nation

Save up to 35% on tickets at PNC Bank Arts Center and Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
June 25 & 27

 
Source: New York City FC

Save up to 30% on tickets including weekend matches
May 29; June 18

 
Source: Shakespeare in the Park

Make a donation to The Public Theater and receive reserved seating at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park
May 24 - June 26; July 19 - Aug. 14

 
Source: Beacon Theatre

The line-up includes Sonny Turner, Frankie Lymon's The Teenagers, The Marcels and more
Saturday, June 25, at 8 p.m.

 
Source: Orpheum Theater

There's a reason it's been playing for over 20 years. You'll be blown away by this impressive display of musical creativity and talent
Through June 5

 
Source: "That Physics Show"

A professional physics demonstrator brings science to the stage during "That Physics Show," a live production combining science experiment and magic.
All performances through July

 
Source: 'American Psycho'

This new musical received 5 stars from The London Times
Through July 10

 
Source: 'She Loves Me'

Save up to $60 on tickets to "She Loves Me," based on the same story that inspired "You've Got Mail"
Through June 29

 
Source: 'THE RIDE'

Takes riders aboard a high-tech bus with stadium-style, sideways seating as the streets of New York City turn into a stage
Through Oct. 1

82% (199 ratings)
 
Source: 'Shear Madness'

In this classic whodunit, the audience helps solve the crime
Through Sept. 4

 
Source: 'Chicago The Musical' on Broadway

Catch evening performances at the Ambassador Theatre including Saturday nights
Through July 3

 
Source: Leonard Nimoy's 'Vincent'

Orchestra seats are discounted for all performances of this one-man play
Through June 5

 
Source: 'Eclipsed'

New York magazine calls the play "mesmerizing" and "unmissable"; save up to 40%
Through June 19

 
Source: 'Daddy Long Legs'

"Daddy Long Legs" is based on the classic novel
Through June 6

 
Source: Blue Man Group

"For sheer weird, exuberant fun, it’s hard to top this long-running treat” (Time Out New York)
Through May 31

 
Source: 'The Woodsman'

'The Woodsman' is based around L. Frank Baum's world of Oz
Through May 29

 

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NYC Entertainment Tips
New York City offers one of the most diverse and vibrant entertainment scenes in the world.

In The Big Apple, everyone can find something to suit their taste. The city is home to several major league sports teams, world-class arts organizations like the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic and dozens of Broadway plays and musicals, attended by over 12 million people every year.

Great entertainment can be found any day of the year, but many visitors plan trips to the city for annual events like the Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Nov. – Dec.) or the US Open (early Sept.).

For a more intimate theatre experience that doesn’t skimp on quality, try an Off-Broadway show. The term refers to a professional venue with 100-499 seats.