Take the exclusive tour of Broadway’s oldest theatre!... more
Opened in 1903 (just ahead of the Lyceum and New Amsterdam Theatres), the Hudson is the oldest theater currently open on Broadway...but it hasn’t always been a part of the Great White Way.
From a television studio to the home of "The Tonight Show" to a renovated Broadway house, Hudson Theatre has a fascinating 115 year history...you’ll learn all about it on our tour!
If you love visual art, and you love theater, then this tour is your dream come true!... more
See the world famous Met Museum through a theatrical lens on this fun and fascinating tour!
On your 90-minute guided stroll through the galleries, you’ll learn about the links between theater and great works of art by Renoir, Degas, Picasso, Seurat, and Caravaggio (to name a few). Your guide is a high-energy expert in both theater and art history, so you'll get all your questions answered!
And when you’re through with the tour, your ticket gives you full-day access to all three Met Museums!
Get the inside scoop on Sardi’s, the epicenter of Broadway life since 1921. Explore the place where famous shows started, classic movies were filmed, and iconic caricatures were drawn.... more
Since 1921, Broadway legends have come to Sardi’s Restaurant to open shows, make deals, and get their caricatures drawn for the wall of fame. No wonder movies and TV shows like “Glee” and “The Muppets Take Manhattan” filmed here when they needed authentic theater flair. In the Sardi’s Tour, you get a backstage look at the restaurant, covering everything from the deals that were closed at the bar to the caricatures that were stolen by rabid fans. All tours are led by a longtime Sardi’s staffer, which means your guide will have a few eyewitness stories that you won’t hear anywhere else.
If you are a theater fan, and are curious about Jewish influences on NYC theater, then join us for a tour of the historic Actors' Temple!
In this tour, you'll learn all about the Temple's famous members and get an insider's view of its fascinating and beautiful galleries. The tour is led by Rabbi and Cantor Jill Hausman, a former singer and actress, who will lead a lively discussion about Jewish influences on Broadway and beyond.
How does a show make it to Broadway? Join us for a Salon with Jessica Genick, a well-known producer of ten Broadway shows and her big-time guests!... more
At each session, Jessica will invite a different industry expert to offer their unique insights into the world of showbiz.
Guests include industry insiders who'll discuss everything from drama school, diversity, and development, not to mention the nuts and bolts behind how your favorite shows make (and lose) money. You will meet professional actors, producers, choreographers, casting directors, and general managers who will share their expertise with you.
Bring your questions, and expect interesting answers that will spark engaging discussion!
Burn calories to Broadway's hottest hits in this high-energy, low-pressure workout class taught by a professional choreographer.... more
If you love dance-based workout classes like Zumba, or your go-to running playlist is mostly Broadway showtunes, then you’ll really get a kick (pun intended) out of this 60-minute class. It's like Zumba with showtunes! All skill levels welcome.
Wine and showtunes? Yes, please! Come unwind with us as we un-cork our inner theater geek at Broadway Sip N' Paint.... more
We’ll provide the drinks, the art supplies, and the showtunes. You come ready for fun! Join us at the “The Paint Place” on the Upper West Side, where a theater-loving facilitator will show us how to paint an image inspired by a particular Broadway show - all you have to do is sit down and unwind with a glass (or two!) of wine. No artistic skills required!
Bring a group of friends or come by yourself - either way, you’ll leave with a masterpiece to call your own and some new theater friends.
The Montagues and the Capulets aren’t the only ones who can hold their own in combat. After you take our “Swordplay” class, you’ll become a regular Musketeer! (If musketeers fought with pool noodles, that is.)... more
At the start of the class, award-winning fight choreographer Joe Isenberg will teach you the basics of (play) hair-pulling, slaps, and punches. Once you master that, you will pick up your sword -- made out of a pool noodle -- and work on a fight routine. Next, you will take your routine to the next level by working with a partner to create a story! (Pirate v. Sailor? Good Knight v. Bad Knight? Jet v. Shark?) If you wish, you can perform your fight scene in front of the rest of the class.
Bring a friend for your dueling partner or make a new one at this class. Children ages 12 and up are welcome when accompanied by an adult.