Written by Carlyle Property Management on 27.03.20
Broadway shows are beloved by both New York City locals and tourists alike. In fact, there’s nothing quite like the splendor and excitement of seeing a live Broadway show. Yet most shows don’t hang around forever; find out what shows you can’t miss this March.
Based on the true story of a famous composer and his bond with a king tormented by insomnia, Farinelli and the King is about friendship, duty and the passion for art.
Philip Glass is one of the most influential composers of our time. He’s currently performing his 1971 piece, Music with Changing Parts, the formative body of work which shaped the music that fans know and love today.
The Metropolitan Opera’s La Boheme has been praised by critics since it opened. Puccini’s famed opera continues to take center stage until the end of the month.
My Fair Lady returns to Broadway, featuring Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins in everyone’s favorite classic.
Tina Fey’s acclaimed full-length feature film Mean Girls has been transformed into a musical. The plot maintains its original structure and includes both well-known hits and a brand-new songbook.
J.K. Rowling’s much anticipated installment of the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts I and II, makes its Broadway debut this month.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop musical Hamilton has taken the world by storm. You may have missed Miranda’s performance in this beloved musical, but you can still catch his famous lyrics.
Based on the Steven Levenson book of the same name, Dear Evan Hansen has won over audiences and critics alike. This heart-warming musical has been praised for its ability to be both loveable and real at the same time.
Disney’s award-winning movie Frozen is now coming to the big stage. Meet Anna, Elsa and all their friends while listening to some of the most famous songs from the movie.
All of these Broadway shows won’t last forever. They are conveniently located near Carlyle Property Management’s apartments in NYC. Make sure you check out these shows before they’re gone.
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