Broadway Week 2022 extended to Feb. 27 with 2-for-1 tickets on sale now
Broadway Week is back!
The return of 2-for-1 tickets, originally set for shows from Jan. 18 to Feb. 13, was extended for two weeks, now set to run through Feb. 27 for 15 shows.
“We’re pleased to extend NYC Broadway Week for an additional two weeks, underscoring that Broadway is open and eager to host New Yorkers and visitors,” said Fred Dixon, President and CEO at NYC & Company. “Broadway and New York City are synonymous with one another, and we encourage locals and visitors alike to take advantage of the remarkable theater that can only be enjoyed in our great city.”
The 15 shows extended through Feb. 27 are:
- "The Book of Mormon"
- "Come From Away"
- "David Byrne’s American Utopia"
- "Dear Evan Hansen"
- "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child"
- "The Lion King"
- "Moulin Rouge! The Musical"
- "The Phantom of the Opera"
- "Skeleton Crew"
- "Tina: The Tina Turner Musical"
Broadway Week is rolled into the new NYC Winter Outing initiative, which combines it with returning favorites NYC Restaurant Week and NYC Must-See Week, as well as a new program, NYC Hotel Week.
NYC Winter Outing will include 22 percent off hotel stays, discount tickets to Broadway as well as cultural institutions, tours and more, and prix-fixe menus at hundreds of restaurants across the five boroughs.
“We encourage travelers to give the gift of New York City this year, by taking a trip during a time with lesser crowds and incredible value on premier hotels, exceptional dining, Broadway, world-class arts and culture and more,” said Fred Dixon, President and CEO of NYC & Company.
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NYC & Company, the organizer of NYC Winter Outing, announced that Hotel Week will run from Jan. 4 to Feb. 13, and reservations are now open at nycgo.com/hotelweek. Currently available are reservations at 115 hotels, ranging from major brands to independent hotels.
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More details about NYC Winter Outing and a full list of offers and participants is available at nycgo.com/winterouting.
For Broadway Week information, visit nycgo.com/broadway-week.
You can give back with the literal push of a button in Rockefeller Center.
A "Giving Machine," one of 10 locations around the United States, allows you to use your credit card to "purchase" the donation of items like a pair of gloves, polio vaccines, meals for the homeless or access to clean water, which will be given to those in need through partnerships with local and international charities. Altogether, there are 30 items available, ranging from $5 to $250.
The machine is part of the Light of the World annual effort organized by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Giving Machine initiative kicked off at the end of November, with representatives of charities on hand, as well as Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell.
The machine will remain at Rockefeller Center until Dec. 31.
Ilana Keller is an award-winning journalist and lifelong New Jersey resident who loves Broadway and really bad puns. She highlights arts advocacy and education, theater fundraisers and more through her column, "Sightlines." Reach out on Twitter: @ilanakeller; firstname.lastname@example.org