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5 Broadway Shows to Get You in the Holiday Spirit



And in the blink of an eye, the holiday season is upon us once again! So you trim the tree, bake the cookies, and hang the lights, but something is still missing… OH, of course, tickets to an amazing Broadway show! So for those drafting their wishlists to Santa (and for those playing Santa), here’s are our favorite shows that will get the whole family in the holiday spirit… or for those feeling a little like Scrooge, shows you won’t regret spending that hard-earned Christmas bonus on.

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Now that Frozen 2 has landed in theaters and created a resurgence of Idina Menzel fans attempting to hit her notes on “Into the Unknown”, there’s never been a holiday season more deserving of a family outing to see Disney’s Frozen the Musical playing at the St. James Theatre. Journeying to the northern land of Arendelle where the story of Elsa and Anna all began, there’s a little bit of something for the entire family in this staged adaptation of the worldwide phenomenon. From breathtaking visual effects to wildly lifelike puppets and of course Elsa’s signature dress reveal, the magic of Frozen will work it’s way into even the coldest of hearts. And the themed cocktail menu is guaranteed to put a little “hygge” in the grumpiest of adults. Don’t let your chance go to get tickets!

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Harry Connick, Jr.: A Celebration of Cole Porter

No holiday season is complete until the sounds of Harry Connick, Jr. are heard drifting through every storefront and living room, or better yet, experienced live at his latest Broadway show Harry Connick, Jr.: A Celebration of Cole Porter. Coming to the Nederlander Theatre this December, Connick will pay tribute to one of Broadway’s most iconic composers and contributors to the Great American Songbook, Cole Porter. Conceived and directed by Connick himself, this evening in the theatre will feature a modern, multimedia presentation of some of Porter’s most treasured songs including “You Do Something to Me,” “You’d Be So Nice to Come Home to,” and that toe-tapping showstopper, “Anything Goes.” And while you’re purchasing your tickets, make sure to pick up a copy of Connick’s latest record True Love: A Celebration of Cole Porter which is sure to make a great stocking stuffer!

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The Illusionists: Magic of the Holidays

Known for shattering box offices and expectations around the globe, The Illusionists are back on Broadway for a record fifth season in a row with Magic of the Holidays. Dazzling audiences nightly at the Neil Simon Theatre with mind-blowing magic tricks and logic-defying illusions, this year’s cast of Illusionists are joined by a few familiar faces from America’s Got Talent including semifinalists Dom Chambers and Eric Chien. And lighting up the stage with their own brand of choreographed magic, the hi-tech LED dance troupe Light Balance will perform as special guests for this holiday season. Playing a strict six-week limited run through January 5, 2020, you’ll definitely want to grab your tickets to the magic before they vanish!

A Christmas Carol

Whether you’re a fan of The Muppets’ Christmas Carol or Bill Murray’s Scrooged, there’s a new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol taking the stage at the Lyceum Theatre that’s sure to become a family favorite. Playing a limited 8-week run, this newly staged production comes directly from London following critically acclaimed runs at the Old Vic Theatre. Adapted by playwright Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) and directed by Matthew Warchus (Matilda the Musical), this new take on Dickens’ timeless masterpiece promises an immersive experience of dazzling holiday magic guaranteed to take the humbug out of any Scrooge. Featuring 12 of the most beloved Christmas carols, including “Joy to the World,” “Silent Night,” and “It Came Upon the Midnight Clear,” we’re betting our last penny this show may be the new holiday tradition on Broadway!

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Slava’s Snowshow

Returning to Broadway for the first time since its original 2004 production, Slava’s Snowshow is back, better than ever, to turn the Great White Way into a winter wonderland! Playing at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, this exhilarating and interactive performance unleashes unto audiences an avalanche of spider webs, gigantic balloons, and a blizzard of spellbinding proportions that are easily enjoyed by audiences of all ages and languages. Created by Slava Polunin, a Russian master of clowning, this show has garnered more than twenty international awards, including an Olivier Award for Best Entertainment, a Drama Desk Award, and a Tony Award nomination. And after the rush that 2019 has been, who doesn’t want an evening out to play in an absurd and surrealistic world of magic and comedy?

All of these magical shows are in play at Broadway Roulette!

… But if your heart is set on one in particular

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