Asked in New York CityTheaterGuitars
New York City
Which is the best Broadway theater?
December 04, 2007 5:41AM
That's a tricky question. see it's not really the theatre it's the show in the theatre. It shouldn't matter wither the theatre is the best or not it's the show you want. A theatre isn't anything with out a show.
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Michael Townsend Smith written?
Michael Townsend Smith has written: 'Theatre journal; winter, 1967' -- subject(s): Off-Broadway theater, Off-Off-Broadway theatre, Reviews, Theater, drama, new American plays 'The best of Off Off-Broadway' 'Eight Plays from Off-Off-Broadway' 'More plays from Off-Off Broadway' -- subject(s): American drama, Off Off-Broadway theater, Off-Off-Broadway theatre, drama, new American plays
Asked in New York, New York City
Where can one find out what shows are playing at the Broadway Theater in New York city?
Asked in Entertainment & Arts
What makes a theater a Broadway theater?
Asked in Theater
What is the theater capital of US?
The theater capital of the United States is considered to be in Manhatten in New York City, in the theater district centered along the famous Broadway Avenue. In fact, Broadway and Broadway theater is widely considered to represent the highest level of commercial theater in the English speaking world.
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What theater did the lion king first play at on broadway?
Where is the best Musical theater college in NYC?
Asked in New York City
Where can one read reviews of the shows on Broadway?
Asked in New York, Theater, Theater Musicals
Why can't I book tickets to see 'Once' on Broadway during Thanksgiving week 2013?
Asked in Drama and Acting, Theater
What kind of theater is the Broadway Theater?
Some of it is music theater and some of it is dramatic theater but it is best known for it's musical theater Broadway is a commercial theater. The price of admission pays for the salaries of not only the actors, singers, and dancers, but the stagehands, ushers, box office personnel. It also pays the rent on the theater, the utilities, the maintenance; the royalty on the play, the direction and design fees; the costs of building the sets and costumes, renting the lighting instruments; and if there is anything left over alter all of the costs have been paid, the profits are divided between the producer and the investors.