Wishlisted by Michelle
New York is probably the most synonymous in the modern era of theatre. Every actor dreams to make it in "the city that never sleeps" and star in their own Broadway musical. But Broadway theatres don't just hold iconic musicals such as Wicked, Phantom of The Opera, Hamilton and more. Broadway homes 41 theatres, some of which showcase (regular) plays, dramatic readings, and workshop productions. But even with more than 40 theatres in Broadway itself, we haven't even counted the relevant theatres all over the state of New York, some of which served at the origin story of some of current show giants like the HERE Arts Center, the birthplace of "The Vagina Monologues", Second Stage Theatre, where musicals "Next to Normal" and "Dear Evan Hansen" had their beginnings, or the landmark that is The Public Theatre that housed and launched legendary musicals such as "The Chorus Line", "Hair", "Fun Home", "In The Heights", and "Hamilton". New York is peppered with too many theatres to count-- theatres that only stage plays by Latinx playwrights, theatres that experiment with interaction and walk through five floors of an elaborately decorated warehouse (McKrittick Hotel-- described to stage plays like Macbeth in a very Alfred Hitchcock manner), theatres that only showcase family- friendly productions, even theatres that keep closed Broadway shows alive (if you missed a musical's Broadway run, odds are an Off- Broadway theatre is still staging it).
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