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Ain’t Too Proud chronicles the rise of the singing sensations, The Temptations. Catch Ain’t Too Proud at the Imperial Theatre for two hours and thirty minutes of their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame worthy hits such as: “My Girl,” “Papa Was A Rolling Stone,” and “My Girl.” 

(Photo courtesy of Matthew Murphy)

2. Chicago

The longest running Broadway musical in American history, come see what makes Chicago a New York City staple. Head over to the Ambassador Theatre for two hours and thirty minutes of jazz, drama, and fishnets!

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Based on Alanis Morissette’s iconic discography, this Grammy winning show brings family to the forefront. Catch Jagged Little Pill at the Broadhurst Theatre and see for yourself why it has garnered 15 Tony nominations since its debut!

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Witness the manifestation of Baz Luhrman’s glitzy world with Broadway’s latest sensation, Moulin Rouge! This Tony Award winner for Best Musical is stunning crowds at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.

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A story of perseverance against all odds, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, chronicles the Queen of Rock and Roll’s journey to superstar status. Enjoy two hours and forty-five minutes of your favorite hits from the rock icon at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre!

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For a limited time only, witness the extraordinary play that is making audiences think about the intersectional ties of love, race, and gender. Catch Slave Play at the August Wilson Theatre for its coveted return and join the changemaking conversation inspiring thousands.

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7. Diana 

Witness the former Princess of Wales come to life in this harrowing musical by Tony Award winning director Christopher Ashley. Head to the Longacre Theatre for this epic portrayal of one of the 20th century’s most beloved public figures. 

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An ode to his musical catalogue, David Byrne brings his pop-rock concert to Broadway in this revolutionary theatre event. Visit the St. James Theatre for an intermission-free taste of Byrne’s sold-out world tour! 

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Caroline, or Change follows an African-American maid in early 1960’s Louisiana as she battles against adversity in the American South. Bring your tissues to the Studio 54 Theatre for this thought-provoking Broadway revival.

(Photo courtesy of Joan Marcus)

Running at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, this musical comedy reminds us of the importance of family, community, and fatherhood. Don’t miss this iconic rendition of Mrs. Doubtfire wowing Broadway critics and audiences alike!

 
(Photo courtesy of Joan Marcus)