Tag Archives: Broadway

Derren Brown: Secret Returns to NYC Fall 2019

My favorite living performer is finally returning to the United States and I couldn’t be more thrilled! In spring 2017, Derren Brown opened his first show at the Atlantic Theater company known as “Secret.” Being a fan of Brown for years and soaking up whatever performances I could online, I made a trip to New

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Broadway Brings Modern Twists to Classic Story

To this day, “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” remains one of my favorite films of all time. It’s a timeless classic with memorable characters, enchanting scenery and unforgettable music. When I heard that Broadway was debuting a “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” musical based on the books of Roald Dahl, I snagged up a

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“Illusionists: Turn of the Century” Features Nod to Disneyland Nostalgia

October 1986 was an end of an era for Disneyland. One of the longest running stage shows in theme park history, the “Golden Horseshoe Revue” gave its final bow after running over 30 years since Disneyland opened in 1955. A salute to vaudeville featuring some of the most talented performers to ever grace a stage.

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The Tour is NYC’s Most Luxurious Way to Explore The Big Apple

I made a mistake. In May 2015, my brother and I took our mother on a trip to New York City for the weekend as a gift for her 60th birthday. Considering we didn’t have a lot of time to see many of the sites on our list, we opted for the traditional hop on/hop

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