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A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder

This English Music Hall-style original musical will have you in stitches, with brilliant comedic acting and a real old-fashioned Broadway score.

Aladdin

Includes all the songs you love from the film, and some great new numbers as well. The whole family will have a riotous good time, and the live rendition of Friend Like Me will have you leaping to your feet. If you're more into costumes/set design

Book of Mormon

The biggest hit Broadway had seen in years when it opened, three years later this show still cracks up sold-out crowds at every performance. Be aware - the humor is not for the faint of heart! If these high-priced tickets aren't in your budget, try Avenue Q.

Jersey Boys

The story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons is brought to life on stage. The show includes some tender moments but overall is a great time for the family, especially those who will have a nostaglic reaction to hits like Big Girls Don't Cry, Oh What a Night, and many more.

Les Miserables

The world-renowned megahit returns to Broadway for the third time in 2014 in a brand new production. While there is some comic relief, this dramatic story of a decades-long vendetta, poverty and revolution would be an emotional night at the theater for even the most hard-hearted.

Lion King

You'll be moved to tears by some of the most amazing costumes and sets ever to grace Broadway, laugh at the humor of everyone's favorites Timon and Pumba, and be entranced by Simba's emotional journey to take his true place in the Pridelands. Kids will love it and adults will feel like they are kids again.

Mamma Mia

You and your friends will be dancing in the aisles to Abba hits like Dancing Queen, Waterloo and of course, Mamma Mia. The frothy, fun story that ties it all together makes for a great night on the town. Not into Abba? Try Rock of Ages for 80's hits and a rowdy good time..

Matilda

With humor ranging from slapstick to nerdy, gorgeous sets, amazing musical numbers, and an inspiring story that teaches children that "You mustn't let a little thing like 'little' stop you," Matilda is delighting Broadway audiences as much as the book has delighted young readers for decades.

Newsies

This story about young newsboys taking on the Big Bad Joseph Pulitzer for fair treatment offers plenty of laughs and an astounding number of terrific dance routines, but also a heartfelt story about a group of scrappy kids standing up for what's right.

Once

With its folksy score, chock full of moving ballads and mournful love songs, Once is about as intimate as a Broadway show can get. You're even allowed on stage for drinks prior to the show while the cast has a jam session. It's no surprise this fantastic show, the 2012 Tony Award Winner for Best Musical, has its origins Off Broadway.

Phantom of the Opera

There's a reason Phantom is Broadway's longest-running show. It's an unforgettable experience, a haunting tale of love and obsession, told and performed expertly with the most traditional Broadway style. It's an unforgettable Broadway experience that will be enjoyed by almost everyone.

Pippin

The winner of the 2013 Tony Award for best revival bring lots of laughs, and plenty of oohs and aahs as the cast executes some truly killer circus tricks. However, this tale of self-discovery also has plenty of heart, and an important lesson that elevates it above the level of pure comedy.

Rock of Ages

For fans of 80's music, Rock of Ages is where it's at. This rollicking good time is popular with anyone who grew up listening to Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, Twisted Sister, or any of the other 80's greats. There is some crass humor and lots of cursing, so if you're looking for something a little sweeter for your date night, try Aladdin or Mamma Mia.