Cats New York Tickets
Famous for one of Broadway’s longest running musicals in the past, Cats is making a special return to New York for a limited time only. This fan-favorite will be coming to the Neil Simon Theatre to wow audiences. This Broadway classic is based on TS Elliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats and is directed by Trevor Nunn. With dazzling costumes, spectacular dance moves and some of the most amazing music, the show is now coming to your town again. Grab these Cats New York tickets now if you want to make sure you don’t miss out on this amazing night of pure entertainment!
This Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler, has previously won seven Tony Awards and had left the audiences wishing for a comeback. After 7,485 successful performances since October 1982, the show was certainly one spectacle no one wanted to miss!
What is it about?
Every year, the Old Deuteronomy selects a cat to go to the Heaviside Layer to be reborn to a new Jellicle life, on the night of the Jellicle Ball. All the street cats from the tribe, each with their own names and characters gather and entertain each other with their attempts to be selected. They tell stories, listen to the wise words of the elderly and their revered leader, Old Deuteronomy. Halfway through, their entertaining ceremony is disturbed by the torn and frayed Grizabella. Put off by her sorry condition, the Jellicle cats shun her and chase her away, despite the pleas of their respected leader to show some sympathy. However, things take an interesting turn when their beloved leader is catnapped! Will the cats be able to save him?
Reviews for Cats on Broadway
The winner of the Tony Award for the Best Musical, Cats on Broadway has enjoyed its fair share of good fame. The cycle of songs with ’fiercely energetic dancing, masterful staging and irresistibly insinuating music’ has contributed greatly to its success.
And now the musical is all set to be performed once again! Grab these Cats New York tickets and get a chance to witness this historic show on Broadway!