May 21 - 27, 2018
Give your regards to Broadway with a musical journey to the “city that never sleeps”
The spring is an exciting time to enjoy Manhattan – Museums are in full swing and Broadway is bustling with the excitement of new shows and the awards season. Join in this trip to see seven (or eight!) of Broadway’s hottest shows – Mostly Musicals!
Check into the conveniently located Millennium Broadway Hotel and get ready to enjoy exclusive discussions with Broadway professionals, which provide a fascinating look into life behind the curtain whether with a Broadway actor, singer, director, general manager, or other professional. Take a private guided Theater District walking tour to explore the history and anecdotes of the Mid-Theatre District (from 44th Street to 47th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue).
We hope to offer (though cannot yet guarantee) a private in-theater meeting – another interesting peek into theater life. In addition, enjoy delicious lunches & dinners at some of the Theater District’s best restaurants. During Free Time, take in museums, stroll through Central Park, go shopping, explore fascinating neighborhoods, or join in some of our special Optional Activities!
This year’s interesting and fun Optional Activities include a private guided walking tour Hamilton: The Man & The Musical – perfect for history buffs and/or for anyone who loved the show! Foodies and history buffs won’t want to miss our delightful and delicious Nolita Cultural & Culinary Stroll. And, of course, No-Host Pre-Show Meals are perfect for those wanting to join others for a bite before or after a performance.
May 2018 Trip guests will enjoy a 6-night trip, including 7 shows.
Come for the delightful musicals! Leave with memories of great shows, interesting “behind the curtain” discussions, delicious meals, and more!
To see highlights of a past Broadway trip, please click here.
Cultural Arts Trips offered by the Osher Marin JCC are open to all. JCC Members and non-members; people of all backgrounds and faiths are invited to join in these enriching cultural programs.
For information on this and other upcoming Cultural Arts Trips please contact James Sokol at 415.444.8017 or firstname.lastname@example.org