New York City is every theatre lover's paradise!

With over 40 Broadway theatres plus countless other venues Off-Broadway and beyond, you could literally spend every day of the week seeing at least one world-class musical, play or other theatrical event. It really is the city that never sleeps!


Embark on your Broadway vacation by getting an early check-in to a fabulous hotel in the heart of Times Square. Wander through the theatre district in awe of the sheer volume of theatres within a 15-block radius. Grab lunch at Stardust Diner, where singing waiters take your order AND wow you with their talent!

Head to one of the midtown rehearsal studios to meet your hand-picked Broadway artist, where you could learn the choreography from one of the tap dance numbers in Funny Girl, or learn the harmonies to the opening number of Six.

Grab a pre-show bite at neighborhood favorite John’s Pizzeria, then make your way over to any of the 30+ musicals or plays currently on Broadway - which will be followed by a talk-back where you can meet and ask questions of the company members!

Finish up your day at Junior's with a slice of New York’s best cheesecake. Then head home for a good night’s sleep, because tomorrow - you can do it all again! (And the day after, and the day after, and the day after…)


Get a VIP early check-in at a fabulous boutique hotel in the heart of the theatre district. Grab a slice from John’s Pizzeria, then head over to the matinee of Wicked, after which you could take part in a one-of-a-kind "behind the Emerald Curtain" experience.

Dine amidst locals and other theatre lovers (and celebrity caricatures) at Sardi’s, then make your way up to Lincoln Center to see Camelot - but don’t forget to stop at the Broadway Makers Marketplace along the way.

After the show, wander back through a bustling post-theatre Times Square and stop in at Glass House Tavern for a post-show nightcap, where you might even run into some of the actors you just saw! Then get some rest so you can do it all again tomorrow!

Add-ons and activities:
- Private lesson with a Broadway actor/singer/dancer
- Headshot session
- Museum of Broadway
- Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts


Hotel perks
House seats