Broadway theaters are New York's top attraction by far. More people attend Broadway productions than all New York's professional sports teams' home games combined! Pick what theater you should head to in New York this month based on what show you want to see!
New York City Theatre ranked the best Broadway shows in New York for the month of July. You'll have to head to these Broadway theaters to enjoy the top ranked productions! Parking Panda takes the stress out of finding parking near Broadway theaters on the nights of productions. Follow the links in this blog to find the date you'll be seeing your selected show and book a 100% guaranteed parking spot ahead of time! Enjoy the show!
1. Circle in the Square Theater
Built in 1970, the Circle in the Square Theater is one of only two Broadway theaters that has a thrust stage. This style of stage allows attendees to have good views of the performance from three sides of the stage. In July, the multiple 2015 Tony Winner Fun Home will be at the Circle in the Square Theater. Fun Home is the first Broadway musical with a lesbian as the protagonist! Get your Fun House tickets here. With your tickets purchased, be sure to also reserve your Circle in the Square Theater parking too!
2. Richard Rodgers Theater
Richard Rodgers Theater has housed a multitude of Broadway's most successful shows. This summer the theater is home to Hamilton, the musical about the lift of U.S. president Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton just opened at Richard Rodgers Theater on July 13th and will run through March 2016. Your Hamilton tickets can be purchased here. Make sure you reserve your Richard Rodgers Theater parking as well for the night you'll be attending the show.
3. Eugene O'Neill Theatre
Eugene O'Neill Theatre has been the home of the wildly successful Book of Mormon since 2011. Written by the creators of South Park, Book of Mormon has received 9 Tony Awards. This show is filled with great music and jokes, a new style of Broadway musicals. Buy your Book of Mormon tickets here and don't forget to also buy your Eugene O'Neill Theatre parking for the show!
4. Gershwin Theater
Gershwin Theater is the largest Broadway theater in terms of seating capacity at 1,933. Gershwin Theater has been the spot to see Wicked since its opening in 2003. Wicked has made $377 million over its decade of success, landing it on the list of top-grossing Broadway musicals. Experience the Land of Oz like never before through Wicked, tickets available for purchase here and parking reservations here.
5. Palace Theater
New York's Palace Theater is most notable for being the original home to Broadway's Beauty in the Beast. This summer you can see An American in Paris at the Palace Theater. Making its Broadway debut in the spring of 2015, An American in Paris is already found great success. The new Broadway musical won four Tony awards this year. See this young success yourself by ordering your An American in Paris tickets and reserving Palace Theater parking.
6. New Amsterdam Theater
The New Amsterdam Theater first opened in 1903 has since seen its major success through the housing of Disney musicals over the years. Right now you can see the Broadway hit Aladdin at the New Amsterdam Theater. Make a great family trip out of Aladdin by purchasing tickets to the show and reserving parking near the Palace Theater.
7. St. James Theatre
St. James Theatre opened in 1927 and has since been the host to many Broadway shows. Currently, St. James Theatre is showing Something Rotten! The musical has the same director of Broadway's hit Book of Mormon and has already seen success after just opening in the spring of 2015. Something Rotten!, set in the 1590s about two brothers set out to create the first musical during the time of Shakespeare, was nominated for 10 Tony awards in 2015! See the show this summer at the St. James Theatre by purchasing your tickets and parking accommodations.
8. Shubert Theatre
Shubert Theatre has been hosting productions since 1914 with its most current being Matilda! Based on the Roald Dahl book, Matilda has been translated into a musical hit. Check out the 2013 Tony winner this summer at the Shubert Theatre. Buy your Matilda tickets and make your Shubert Theatre parking reservations today!
9. Barrymore Theatre
Coming off of a major 2009 renovation, the Barrymore Theatre is a great venue to enjoy a Broadway production. Currently the Barrymore Theatre is putting on The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time. An adaptation of the 2003 novel, The Curious Incident takes you inside the world of a young boy with Asperger's syndrome. Since its Broadway opening in 2014, The Curious Incident has won 5 Tony awards. You'll want to see this production while you can since it is set to close January 2016. Purchase your tickets here and reserve your Barrymore Theatre parking here.
10. Stephen Sondheim Theater
Enjoy the unique atmosphere of the Stephen Sondheim Theater as you view Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. The Sondheim Theater is one of only two subterranean Broadway theaters! Beautiful is one of Broadway's newest musicals and has already won a Grammy for best Musical Theater Album. Featuring Carole King's well-known songs, the musical is set to make a national tour this year. See the musical in New York this summer by purchasing your tickets here and your parking reservations here.
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