Explore the Off Broadway Theaters and Check Behind the Scene
Join a local tour guide for an inside look at Broadway theater in New York.
The journey starts in Times Square, the theater industry’s hub and the center of activity in New York City, where you can catch behind the scenes Broadway theater tours.
During a tour of famous theaters where some of your favorite performances have occurred throughout the years, your professional guide will show you around.
As you travel across the Great White Way, taking in the marquees, brilliant lights, and Broadway stories, you’ll get a sense of the rich history of these famous locations.
You’ll also visit the Hell’s Kitchen district, where a Broadway theater tour behind the scenes presents the newest iterations of Broadway classics.
Along the way, you’ll get a glimpse behind the scenes by visiting an active rehearsal studio.
Our tour begins amid Times Square’s dazzling lights, imposing buildings, and lively advertisements.
Times Square is New York City’s well-known global hub and the entrance to Broadway. It’s the perfect place to begin your trip with us on the Great White Way!
The less well-known Duffy Square is right next to Times Square.
This area houses the TKTS Booth, which is a crucial component of the overall Broadway experience as it is where people participate in daily ticket lotteries.
Broadway has everything you could hope for, from – dazzling lights, vibrant posters, marquees bearing the names of your favorite singers, and storied, recognizable theaters.
Here, stars are made, hits are created, and innovation is encouraged! During this tour, we’ll walk down Broadway.
While your guide gives you the historical background of the theaters you pass by and the shows that have adorned the avenue throughout the years.
You will get to see the Richard Rodgers Theater, where shows such as ‘Oklahoma!’, ‘The Sound of Music’, ‘The King and I’ and ‘South Pacific’ were played.
Hamilton, a critically acclaimed musical by Lin Manuel Miranda, has been performed there since 2015.
As you pass one of the biggest theaters on the strip, keep an eye out for the nighttime music.
This theater, open since 1913, has been a landmark on Broadway and has hosted the Tony Awards over the years.
It has a long history of performances, plays, and well-known performers.
After that, we’ll visit some Off-Broadway theaters in Midtown’s Hell’s Kitchen, where plays are created, rehearsed, and produced before they are shown to the general public.
You may do a behind-the-scenes tour of a theater facility here to learn more about how a production develops from an idea to its Broadway debut.
You’ll explore the set and costume design studios, discover the staging procedure, and even hear students singing and dancing during courses and rehearsals.
- Discover the history of the renowned theaters while accompanied by a local.
- Discover what happens behind the scenes by touring a working rehearsal space.
(Entrance Fee Included)
- Explore the eclectic Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood’s off-Broadway theaters.
- Experiencing Times Square’s fervor and excitement
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
|Adult ticket (12 to 99 years)||$63|
|Child ticket (6 to 11 years)||$63|
|Infant ticket (upto 5 years)||Free|
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