Broadway Shows, New York City
Favorite thing: No stay in New York City wouldn't be complete without a Broadway play. Astonishingly enough, my many visits never brought me to see 'The Phantom of the Opera'. We thouroughly enjoyed one of the oldest and long lasting plays.
Fondest memory: My fondest memory of NYC has to be watching Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. The show was amazing. The scenery, costumes, and overall structure of the theater is beutifully elaborate. Adding in an extreamly talented cast and great story provides a night of theater I won't soon forget. If I ever make it back to New York again, I will make time to see another broadway show.
The show is three guys. It's a performance affecting all six senses, and then a few others you didn't even know you own. As mentioned, this is a cool, very unique performance.
I'll include some photos taken from their web page, Blueman.com. Check it and them out when you're in NYC.
Go to Time Square!! You have to walk around and buy the hot dogs from the vendors and eat the peanuts from the vendors!! You want to haggle with the vendors!! Eat at 'hole in the wall' restaruants, instead of McDonalds!! See a New York Broadway show!!
Fondest memory: The CHAOS of Time Square!! All the news cameras that are there all the time....!! MTV!!!
Favorite thing: Actress Anna Sophia Robb attend "Breakfast at Tiffany's" on Broadway Court Theatre in New York.(AFP)
In fact I could not manage to see a show or a concert as I had limited time,but even the ads are very colurful and impressive..
I hope to visit there in July and see many many shows,concerts..
Favorite thing: I stayed off Broadway and took this subway everywhere. I walked my friend's dog every time I had a chance. The dog made a lot of friends.
OK. Here it is; Info on Blueman Group.
I went to see this group perform in 2001 when visiting a friend of mine, Brown Furlow (see my Mississippi page.)