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The hit musical parody was given 4 stars by the Toronto Star and called "a wild, laugh-a-minute production" by Philadelphia Inquirer.
"Electrifying dancing" (Wall Street Journal) and "a ravishing score by Leonard Bernstein" (The New York Times) anchor the new Broadway revival of "On the Town."
Mia Farrow and Brian Dennehy star in the new Broadway revival of "Love Letters," a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Save as much as $50 on "Chicago The Musical," a hit with Broadway audiences for 17 years.
Starring Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Tavi Gevinson, The Chicago Tribune calls the show "strikingly funny."
The critically acclaimed Off-Broadway show "Old Jews Telling Jokes" opens in Philadelphia this fall. Travelzoo subscribers can see the "warm, inclusive, affirmative show" with tickets for up to 40% off (Chicago Tribune).
Head to Tender at the Sanctuary Hotel, an "upscale newcomer" (Zagat) led by celebrated chefs, for cocktails or dinner at up to 40% off.
"My Son The Waiter -- A Jewish Tragedy" opens in New York this fall after embarking on a national tour. With this deal, save up to 40% on tickets.
Zagat says B.B. King Blues Club is "always entertaining," and New York Magazine names it a Critics' Pick. Join for Saturday brunch and save 50%.
The New York Times calls Triomphe one of the city's best restaurants, while Forbes praises its "delicious" fare and "perfect appetizers."
Save up to 70% on tickets to see "Defending the Caveman," a critically acclaimed show full of comedic observations on the gender gap.
This musical is backed by Broadway's biggest orchestra.
Based on the best-selling book, Elle Magazine says "you leave the theater with the intent to live in harmony with your partner. Not to be missed."
Save as much as 45% on Orchestra and Mezzanine seats
The New York Times calls it "the hottest new musical on Broadway."
The hit musical parody was given 4 stars by the Toronto Star and called "a wild, laugh-a-minute production" by Philadelphia Inquirer
Select Orchestra seats are more than 35% off.
This is the first New York revival of the hit play in 30 years
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