What Should You See On Broadway?

When you’re in New York City, there are always going to be key things that you’re going to want to do. It’s such a gorgeous and glowing city, with so much cultural and just about everything that you could ever want to do. And this is why you definitely have to make time to see a Broadway show whenever you can.

 However, the key question is – what show should you see?

 Something True

 First of all, maybe you want to see something that is a true story. Because we all know that books and movies that are based on true stories are always the best – and shows are exactly the same. So, maybe you want to see Beautiful or Come From Away?

 Something Fun

 Or, maybe you know you want to see something really fun and feel good? Because when you’re on a girl’s trip or you want to be uplifted, the right show is important. When this is the case, Head Over Heels or Kinky Boots could be exactly what you’re looking for.

 Something Touching

 And for something that leaves a lasting impression and touches you, you’ll want to go with the critically acclaimed The Book of Mormon, or even the love-filled Anastasia.

 Still not really sure what you want to see? Just take a look at the infographic below to discover which show might be best for you.

 


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