How did Broadway get its name?

Answer Broadway refers to the highest level of live theater in the United States. It is named after the avenue in New York City that runs through the center of the theater district.RouteBroadway follows a... Read More »

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How to See a Broadway Show?

A Broadway theatreSo you want to experience live theater on one of the greatest stages in the World? Come to New York City and see a Broadway show. Musicals, slapstick and drama have been performed... Read More »

How to Dress for a Broadway Musical?

A Broadway musical is an exciting event. Depending on when you plan to see a Broadway musical, attire should be taken into consideration. Don't fret too much over what to wear to your first Broadwa... Read More »

How long was Les Miserables on Broadway?

Les Miserables ran for 16 years on Broadway. The show opened on March 12, 1987 at the Broadway Theatre. It then transferred to the Imperial Theatre in October, 1990 in order to make room for the th... Read More »

Salary of a Broadway Dancer?

Some of Broadway's most beloved and well known musicals feature dancers. Shows such as "A Chorus Line," "Fame" and "The Lion King" showcase choreographed dance routines throughout. Since Broadway s... Read More »