Significant Other

Significant Other

Closes 4/23! Extremely relevant and hilarious new play with blazing performances.

The Hairy Ape

The Hairy Ape

Bobby Cannavale is riveting while the design stuns in a rugged production of this O'Neill classic.

Win 2 Free Tickets to Significant Other on Broadway!

Win 2 Free Tickets to Significant Other on Broadway!

Win two free tickets to any weeknight performance of Significant Other between March 28th – April 7th, 2017! Read about why we love the show so much here and see a gallery of photos from the show below.

More than 33 ways to enter from March 16 - March 23:

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Each entry will be entered into a database and a winner will be selected via a random number generator on March 23rd at 12 noon EST and notified immediately.

Good luck! Any questions? Hit us up at hello@yesbroadway.com.

Photos: Joan Marcus

Dolphins and Sharks

Dolphins and Sharks

REALLY good semi-immersive Harlem copy shop coworker drama!

Shows That Never Made It To Broadway Getting New Life at 54 Below

Shows That Never Made It To Broadway Getting New Life at 54 Below

Shows That Never Made It To Broadway Getting New Life at 54 Below

by Tom Coppola

For every Hamilton or Dear Evan Hansen, there are dozens of other shows that become the “shoulda-would-coulda” of Broadway lore. Shows that JUUUST didn’t quite get to the Great White Way for one reason or another, be it financial complications or creative differences. The cancelled Broadway production of Nerds comes to recent memory…as does the on again/off again (on again?), much-plagued Rebecca.

Thankfully, some of the these forgotten gems that never made it to Broadway will get a second life next week thanks to the one-two punch of producer Rob Schneider and Jennifer Ashley Tepper, the mastermind of programming at 54 Below. Jennifer is fresh off her resurrection of the 1970s flop Rachael Lily Rosenbloom and Don’t You Ever Forget It! and continues to champion works that never made it to the Big Time, but maybe should have.

Continuing their track record of bringing Broadway talent together to celebrate the songs of the culturally iconic or rarely celebrated, Robert and co-host for the evening Jennifer will bring us Broadway Bound: The Musicals That Never Came to Broadway on March 21st for two shows, one at 7:00 and a second at 9:30 pm. Part theater history lesson and part concert, the event will feature stories and songs offered by original cast members from those long lost shows with today’s hottest Broadway names.

Robert recently saw a lot of success with his hilarious 54 Sings Christopher Guest Movies, so this is sure to be a hot-ticket. Grab ‘em while you can!

Photos:  Jill Paice Shuler Hensley and Cady Huffman in Over and Over (courtesy of Richard Termine) Nerds Pizza Party after they heard the show was cancelled (courtesy of Raymond J Lee) Captain America (courtesy of Marvel Comics)

Photos: 

Jill Paice

Shuler Hensley and Cady Huffman in Over and Over (courtesy of Richard Termine)

Nerds Pizza Party after they heard the show was cancelled (courtesy of Raymond J Lee)

Captain America (courtesy of Marvel Comics)

YEN

YEN

Grimy European teenagers living like animals in this crazy new play!

Beardo

Beardo

Dangerous theater! Indie rock Rasputin at a church in Brooklyn.

Jitney

Jitney

Taxi-style scenes with depth and emotional richness in 1970's Pittsburgh.

Newsies

Newsies

This movie event makes you feel like you are seeing the show live on Broadway!

Mope

Mope

The life of two porn actors living in LA. Not for the faint of heart...

Tell Hector I Miss Him

Tell Hector I Miss Him

Powerhouse acting in a blazing professional debut by a Latina playwright.

The Penitent

The Penitent

Two stars from The Wire in David Mamet's new play.

Hello, Dolly!

Hello, Dolly!

Already practically sold-out because no one can wait to see Bette Midler come down those stairs in the title number.

Showtunes from Guffman & Other Christopher Guest Movies at 54 Below

Showtunes from Guffman & Other Christopher Guest Movies at 54 Below

Photo: © Sony Pictures Classics

Photo: © Sony Pictures Classics

"Nothing Ever Happens on Mars", but a lot happens on 54th Street.

Robert Schneider was working on a show called "Broadway Goes To The Movies" at 54 Below when someone in the cast said Parker Posey's famous line from Waiting for Guffman: "It's the day of the show, ya'll!". Other cast members started warming up with songs from Christopher Guest movies and Schneider realized that everyone loves these movies and knows these songs, but they don't get the credit the deserve for their genius musical composition and lyrics. There was a production of the musical-within-a-movie Red, White, and Blaine from Waiting For Guffman in Chicago in 2014, but the songs have never been showcased in a musical revue like you'd see for other composers like Sondheim, Jason Robert Brown, or Pasek and Paul (Dear Evan Hansen). 

So, he gathered a bunch of Broadway stars and will present "From Guffman To Spinal Tap: 54 Sings Christopher Guest Movies" at Feinsteins/54 Below on January 22 with both an early and a late show. Hosted by the hilarious Ben Rimalower, the night will include songs from Waiting For Guffman, A Mighty Wind, This is Spinal Tap, For Your Consideration, and Best In Show. Rimalower has hosted Broadway trivia nights at 54 Below before, but will graciously let Jane Lynch do the trivia portion of this night via questions she pre-recorded specially for this event.

Performers include Broadway megastar Annie Golden, and favorites George Salazar, Stephen Bogardus, Allison Guinn, and Lauren Molina (one half of 54 Below celebrities The Skivvies), among many others. Schneider says there are solos, duets, trios, and even an epic 9-person number. Guffman and Christopher Guest fans will not want to miss this celebration. Buy Bonnie a new pantsuit and head on over to 54 Below on January 22!

The Humans

The Humans

Subtly poignant and brilliant writing with Tony-winning acting.

Ride The Cyclone

Ride The Cyclone

One week left to catch this delightful romp Off-Broadway!