Prince of Broadway Tickets
If you are a fan of the Tony Award winning theatrical producer, Harold Prince who has worked on shows like, The Phantom of the Opera and Cabaret then you must give Prince of Broadway a watch. It is a musical revue based on his career. Prince himself is the director of the show which is currently running at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre and stars names like Chuck Cooper and Janet Dacal. If you want to have a magical evening with your family then grab your Prince of Broadway tickets. Get them now before they run out of stock.
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- Sat Oct 21 2017Buy Prince of Broadway, Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Tickets for Sat Oct 21 2017 Prince of Broadway, Samuel J. Friedman Theatre tickets for 10/21 08:00 PM Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
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Hal Prince is an 89 year old theater veteran who has won twenty one Tony Awards. Moreover, he has been associated with plethora of hit musicals like, West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof, The Phantom of the Opera and Company. Hal is now busy directing a new show which is based on his career called, ‘Prince of Broadway.’ It is currently being performed at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in New York City. So, if you are planning to watch some breathtaking performances live then book your Prince of Broadway tickets today.
Prince of Broadway: A new musical in town
Prince of Broadway is a musical revue based on the career of Harold Prince. The show is directed by Hal himself whereas the Drama Desk Award winner for, ‘Outstanding Choreography,’ Susan Stroman is the musical’s choreographer. Prince of Broadway’s orchestrator is Jason Robert Brown while the show’s book is written by an American writer and playwright, David Thompson.
Originally, the plan was to debut Prince of Broadway in Toronto in November of 2012. The cast that was announced to feature in the production included, Linda Lavin, LaChanze, Emily Skinner, Shuler Hensley and Sierra. It was unveiled that Dancap Productions will be the lead producer of the show but the company pulled out.
That just delayed the plan because there were no plans to shelve the play. A month later in May, it was revealed by the show’s new producers, Steven Baruch, Tom Viertel, Richard Frankel and Marc Routh that Prince of Broadway will be premiered in the fall of 2013. The masterpiece was on its way to completion.
In the spring of 2013, fans that were looking forward to seeing Prince of Broadway live received more disappointing news. The spokesperson of the producers broke the news that the show will not be presented in fall. The show’s choreographer, Susan Strowman shared her thoughts by stating, "I still can't get over the fact that at the last Tony Awards ceremony, 5,000 people leapt to their feet to give Hal a standing ovation, but none of them were willing to join us on 'Prince of Broadway.’ I just thought: 'What? What? All this love, but we can't raise the money?”
Premier in Tokyo
In 2015 at the TOKYU THEATRE Orb, Prince of Broadway finally premiered. The show ran performances there from October 23rd to November 22nd. It was presented by Umeda Arts Theatre Co. LTD. The musical casted names like, Shuler Hensley, Emily Skinner, Tony Yazbeck, Ramin Karimloo, Kaley Ann Voorhees and Bryonhda Marie Parham. The show collected positive reviews from the critics. Considering the amount of love they got in Tokyo, it was decided that they will take the show to Osaka where it was staged from November 28th to December 10th at the Umeda Arts Theater.
A year later in 2016, it was announced that Prince of Broadway will finally open its door for Broadway in 2017. Presented by the Manhattan Theatre Club, the show features almost the same cast members from the Japanese productions with the exceptions of, Karen Ziemba, Brandon Uranowitz, Chuck Cooper, Michael Xavier and Karen Ziemba.
Prince of Broadway is being staged at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre as of now. The last show will be performed there on October 22nd. It is now time to celebrate the career and life of one of the biggest names in theater, Harold Prince. If you are a theater fan, then this is your chance to watch the musical live. There is still time left for you to watch this masterpiece live so, get your hands on Prince of Broadway tickets and enjoy the event.
Prince of Broadway Schedule
Some of the best theatre productions have released their schedules. Prince of Broadway will run at the venues from 21-Oct-17 until 25-Oct-17. Upcoming show will be staged at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, New York; whereas the last one will be held at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, New York. For the complete list of dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Prince of Broadway||Samuel J. Friedman Theatre||New York, NY||Sat Oct 21 201710/21 08:00 PM|
|Prince of Broadway||Samuel J. Friedman Theatre||New York, NY||Sun Oct 22 201710/22 02:00 PM|
|Prince of Broadway||Samuel J. Friedman Theatre||New York, NY||Wed Oct 25 201710/25 02:00 PM|
Prince of Broadway Tickets Prices
The average price for Prince of Broadway Tickets start from $274. The minimum get in price is $159 for Prince of Broadway Tickets at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, New York. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Prince of Broadway||New York||21-Oct-17||$454||$159|
|Prince of Broadway||New York||22-Oct-17||$994||$203|
|Prince of Broadway||New York||25-Oct-17||$274||$201|
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